All Wrapped Up

Good Morning!

I’ve recently become fascinated with the world of headwraping. I have no idea why I was never drawn to this style before but lately I have been adoring the difference a standard scarf can make!

I’ve mainly been embracing this look on wash days. I will wash my hair, moisturizer it, twist it, put on a satan scarf or bonnet and get wrapped up! I’m able to look really chic for the day just by taking a simple scarf from my wardrobe and wrapping it around my hair. 

As for how I do the wraps, honestly, I make it up as I go along, lol. Here are a few different looks I’ve come up with. Not bad huh?

 
  
 
  

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Twisted Faux Bangs – DIY Tutorial

Hi Beauties,

I wanted to share a DIY tutorial for a style that I did a couple of weeks back that I really loved.  You guys know that I enjoy doing different faux styles, from my faux bob and faux knot to this new faux twisted bangs!

  

I was surprised at how pretty simple it was to achieve this look.  It got a lot of attention and so I wanted to show you all the step by step tutorial on how you can achieve the same look.  Click here to check it out.

XOXO,

~TJ

3 Undercut Styles For A Corporate Job

Hi beauties!

Today I wanted to talk about 3 easy undercut styles that you can rock in a corporate environment. Now, I’ve personally worn a lot more out of the box styles to my corporate job but if you’re afraid to rock the boat or just aren’t ready to go too creative, here are a few styles you can add to your go to hairstyle arsenal.

1. Side Front flat twist – this style is very chic and conservative. It highlights just one side of the undercut and is a fairly easy  and fit for a corporate workplace. Here are two different versions 

 Click here for a tutorial for this look.  
 

2. Side Swept Mega French Roll/Twists – This is another chic and look that is more conservative for a undercut style.  It also focuses on just one side of the undercut and is very sleek. Here are a couple different looks.
 Click here for a tutorial for this look.  
 

3. High Bun – Although this style does boast the entire undercut it is incredibly sleek and clean. 

  

That’s it! Three easy go to undercut styles you can use if you work in corporate. I hope this was helpful!

XOXO

~TJ