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When the weather warms up, it’s not only time to change your clothes, makeup, and perfume, but also the way you wear your hair! Here are three new original and easy-to-do hairstyles for this spring!
Brush your hair back, then tease it so as to give it enough volume to create a bouffant at the front.
Next, gather your hair at the nape of your neck and twist it upwards, turning it in on itself against your head, to create a French twist.
Next, pin any flyaways into the French twist with bobby pins. Apply hairspray with a long-lasting hold.
Bad hair day? Don’t fret! Start by tying your hair back into a ponytail. Next, poke your fingers up through the hair, between the back of your head and the elastic band, to make a hole. Keeping the hole open with your fingers, flip the ponytail up and through it. Pull the ponytail down to tighten it.
Next, twist the hair and wrap it around the elastic band, so as to make a bun at the nape of your neck. Hold your hair in place with bobby pins. For a stronger hold, use hairspray.
Work volumizing mousse through your hair, then part your hair, preferably to the side. Separate the back of your hair from the front by sectioning it, ear to ear. You should have three sections now: one at the back and one on each side.
Tie the back section into a high ponytail. Separate it into two sections, and braid each section. Next, twist each braid and wrap them around the elastic band, to make a bun.
Next, French-braid each side section, working from the front to the back, then pin them under your bun with bobby pins.
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