Kumud Henriksen

Kumud Henriksen

Kumud Henriksen
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We love the way this style keeps hair up and away during tough workouts. Here’s how to get the look: 1. Starting at the crown, begin French braiding along the hairline. 2. Switch to a regular braid at nape of the neck. 3. Flip up the end of the braid, loop into a bun. 4. Secure with hairpins, go! Product only available in the USA. While you're braiding, click through to complete the look!

Here’s how to get the look: Starting at the crown, begin French braiding along the hairline. Switch to a regular braid at nape of the neck. Flip up the end of the braid, loop into a bun. Secure with hairpins

headband braid long hairstyle tutorial / http://www.himisspuff.com/easy-diy-braided-hairstyles-tutorials/5/

Lace Headband Braid Separate hair into two parts: first two inches at forehead from ear to ear and put everything else in a ponytail. Basically braid across the crown, but only add hair from the front.

Half up braids! I LOVE this girl's blog. It's called "the small things blog." She gives great tutorials on different hair styles!

half-up braids tutorial, for curled or straight hair. Cute, and no french braiding required.