Monday, March 5, 2012

Easy french braid tutorial!

Hey Everyone! Today I will be showing a quick hairstyle. All you need to know is how to braid.
First part your hair whatever way you want it. I parted it to the side, but the middle works too. The section off the hair at the crown.
Next french braid each section down to the side. I used a normal french braid, but a dutch french braid works as well.
After, secure both braids at the bottom of your head with an elastic band.
Finally let your hair down to cover the elastic. You have a cute style that works great for school!

Hope you enjoyed it!

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Easy school tutorial!

Hey guys im back! This new year will be an amazing hair year I promise. So this tutorial is a nice and easy one this is great for school or going out. Hope you enjoy!
So first start with clean brushed out hair.
Next split the hair at the crown into two sections.
Next take a rubber band and secure the upper section.
Next take a section of hair for the ponytail and wrap it around the hair tie.
Secure with a boby pin on the bottom
 Next braid the hair of the ponytail until you reach the bottom. I did a four strand braid but a regular braid works just as well. Sorry for the blurry picture.
Then secure the braid into a low ponytail this time including all of the hair.
Then do the same thing you did with the first ponytail and wrap hair around the hair tie to disguise the band.
Then you have the finished look. You can curl the bottom to make it more elegant, but we left it straight because we weren't going anywhere.
Hope you enjoyed!
Happy New Year!
-The Hair designer <3

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Criss Cross Braids!

Today I will show you how to do crisscross french braids as shown above. Please excuse the cornrows "the doll" refuses to take them out. You can do this style the same way without them.
First Part the hair down the middle.
Next separate half the hair in two again with the part ending at the ear as shown below.
Secure the top section in a temporary bun, then part the other side.
Now put the bottom section in a temporary bun.
Next take the top section and start french braid normally.
When you run out of hair braid normally for a few inches until you reach the other side of the head. As shown below.
Next take a piece of hair next to the ear and start french braiding again.
French braid that section normally and finish the braid normally.

Next take out the buns. Then start french braiding the top section like before. when you run out of hair, do the same thing as before, braid a few pieces and cross it to the other side.
Then take a section of hair by the ear and add it to the braid then french braid and finish normally.
I finished the style with little poofs on the ends but you could tie them normally too. When your all done, you have a cute style that a lot of people will notice, and all you did was french braid.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

French braid from cornrows!

This hairstyle was made with cornrows from the Bahamas, but i will do a post about how to o cornrows at home when she takes hers off. So in this style I am only using the hair coming out of the cornrows.
So start with the middle pieces and just start braiding like a french braid. But then when you add the next piece of hair for the french braid take from the next cornrow, as shown below.
Now just keep braiding own taking the hair from each cornrow.
When you run out of hair from the cornrows just simply braid the rest like normal.

Then you have cute cornrows in the front with a cute french braid in the back!

Monday, September 12, 2011

Bahama Braids!

Hey everyone sorry I haven't posted in a while but, I just got back from a cruise. The doll and I both got our hair done in a bunch of cornrows. I got 15 and the doll got 17! They looked amazing. But unfournetly I had to take mine out because I got a major headache from them. The doll still has them in and I will upload pictures to show you how they look. But keep in mind that she will have these in for a while and I will have to hairstyles with them in. If I van I will show you how to make these cornrows but really they are just mini Dutch braids the the crown of the head. Very simple. The ladies doing the hair were so fast. Their fingers moved like crazy when braid they did all of them in like 15 min. Thats like a minute per Dutch braid they were crazy fast! I wish I have a video of them doing it.
So check out the pics below! =]

The doll                                                               ME

Friday, August 5, 2011


Hi my first post is on curlformers! Curlformers are a great tool to curl hair. No heat is required so it does not damage your hair at all. They are kind of pricey. I bought a pack of 40 in extra long a wide and they were 66.90 not includding shipping. but they are so worth it. *USE ON WET HAIR*
So in the package I bought there are two colors pink and orange. The difference is that they turn opposite ways. So start with the pink one on the left side and the orange on the right. Alternate colors after that be cause they will clump together if two colors are together. The gray stick is the applicator. So take the first curlformer and thread the hook through it as below.
Then put a small piece of hair in the top hook as shown below.

Then pull the hair through. And it should look like this.

Then repeat through the whole hair. It should end up like this below.

For best results leave in all night then remove in the morning. Your hair should look like this below.


My First Blog!!!!

Hi everyone i just started my first hair blog! I am so excited to get started on it. I am 13 years old and all my hairstyles are on my little sister "The Doll" who is 10. I hope you enjoy my posts and I hope you join my site! Thanks so much!
-The Hair Designer