Don’t you love Styles that are super easy to transition from day to night? Well, tonight I want to share a style like that with you guys. The day time look are some super cute double twisted buns and four Bantu knots.
I love how this style is so adorable but you can still slay wearing it. I think this is great for a casual family day out, or maybe just running errands. Whatever your day time plans are, you can easily transition this style into a more sexy nighttime style by simply unraveling the Bantu knots up front to reveals some gorgeous curls.
Give this easy daytime to nighttime style a try. Well, that’s all for now!
Yesterday I decided to stick with my double flat twists but styles them completely different! I love the way they turned out.
For this look I sectioned the hair into two parts. One in the front and one in the back. I flat twisted both sections from right to left and secured them with bobby pins. That’s it! Super easy and super cute.
That’s it for now!
Good morning luvs!
Today I’ve got a quick tutorial for a twisted updo. I did this style on slightly pressed hair, but it can be done on any type of textured hair. Slightly pressing my hair allows me to achieve some detailed looks that are really nice. Check out this one.
This style is nothing more than two flat twists. I love how intricate it appears though. If you’re interested in the step by step click here.
Good Morning beauties!
Today I’ve got a DIY tutorial for an updo using my twist, pull & pin technique. This style was voted the #2 top two style from last week
I love how intricate but easy this style is. Want the step by step on how I did it? Click here.
As a part of my Come Through Holiday Hair Series I wanted to talk about a super simple style with tons of versatility and opportunity to customize to your personal style, top knots! This look is commonly used as a go to style for lazy hair days but can totally work for your holiday event hair.
Here are 3 tips and top knots to inspire you in creating your own Tip Top Holiday Hair look
1. Don’t be afraid if your top knot is off center. I chose this look today and am in love with its character!
2. My twist, pull & pin technique works perfectly for a top knot! Just twist 2 or more sections of the ponytail, pull them in various directions and secure with bobby pins.
3. A twist out can be easily transformed into a chic top knot style. Just pull it up heigh, tuck and secure with bobby pins.
That’s it! Three easy styles for your upcoming holiday events.
I wanted to share the video tutorial to my absolute favorite twist, pull & pin style variation that’s also one of my top 5 TJluvsbeingnatural styles ever!
Last week I was playing with twisted updos and created this!
Do you see this shape?! I absolutely adore this look. It’s so unique but eye catching. Well, it was voted the #1 style last week and so I’m happy to share just how easy it was for me to get this look. Check it out here
Today I’ve got a video tutorial for a unique updo from last week.
The circular shape and funnel feel of this look reminded me a lot of a twister. I just love the way it came out. This style was voted the #1 look of the week on Instagram last week.
You can get the deets on how you can create this look here
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.
Today I’ve got a video tutorial for the #2 voted style from a couple of weeks ago. It’s this super easy and chic criss cross pompadour & double bun.
To get all the deets on how I got this look click here.
Today I’ve got a video tutorial of the #1 voted style from last week. It’s this super sophisticated but still a lot of fun double twisted pompadour.
If you want the deets on how I got this look, check out the video tutorial here