Hello everyone! So! Here I am, 15 days after my last blog post. #life
I am so excited to be back in school, after a great summer. I feel so ready for my last year of homeschool, but it is definitely bitter sweet. (insert emoji here) I can’t wait to get into the school year! There are going to be some awesome posts this year, and I REALLY hope to be more serious about school and blogging. As some of you know, I already started blogging for 3 years now, this is my third. My blog was on Blogger, had a different name, and was totally different. I love WordPress…I find it better and more professional, so here I am!
Catch ya later!
Comment below what you are looking forward to this fall. 🙂
Hello, everyone! Today we have a hair post for ya!
I decided to try a new style yesterday, a crown braid! Well, the tutorial I used showed an inverted braid which I had no idea how to do! So, I googled it. 🙂 ❤
So how you do an inverted braid! Grab three strands of hair! You should have LEFT, MIDDLE, and RIGHT. Now. Place the RIGHT piece of hair underneath the MIDDLE. Good. Now place the LEFT under the MIDDLE. This is how the inverted braid works. For a normal braid, you place hair over the middle, not under. Continue placing the RIGHT under MIDDLE, LEFT under MIDDLE. When you feel ready, begin doing the same, but french braiding it. Am I confusing you? 😛 Check out this link, it’s how I learned. http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Dutch-Braid
OK! Now! Here’s how we are going to braid and crown! The model had medium length hair, so the tutorial I had was not going to work (it was meant for long hair). So I used some improv for hair. I simply did 2 french inverted braids for step 1.
Now comes the tricky-ish part. We need to cross the braids creating a crown..
Take the right braid and place it next to the top of the left braid. Using bobby pins, pin it next to/underneath the left braid (top of braid). Remove the ponytail from the right braid. Repeat on the left braid. It should look like this picture below.
Finished! you are done! Add a bow for some snazz if you like, but if not, you’re done!