Happy Wednesday, and thanks so much for stopping by! I’m so excited to share my very first HAIR TUTORIAL with you all today! First up is the “Braided Ponytail” which is one of my favorites! Big and voluminous braids are HUGE this season, and as far as hairstyles go, it doesn’t get much easier than this tutorial. If you can tie a ponytail than you can create this braid in just minutes, too. Continue reading to learn how…
Happy Monday, and thanks so much for stopping by! I hope all of you had a blessed Holiday Season! I spent Christmas with my family and loved ones despite the fact I was sick during the Holidays. My son and I made chocolate covered candy canes, my husband cooked a fantastic Christmas meal, and my son dared his grandpa to eat a sour warhead candy during Christmas dinner which resulted in much laughter! You see, I love creating memories like these. To me, this is what Christmas is all about: Creating loving memories together.
But let’s talk about my hair tutorial, shall we?
I am excited to finally share my hair secrets with you after receiving so many questions on how I curl my hear to what products I use. First of, I love curls. There is something very untamed and sexy about them, and they are actually quite easy to create. While getting ready to go shoot today (outfit post for Wednesday), I decided to do a quick tutorial on how to create pretty, loose curls in 10 minutes flat.
I prep my hair by applying argon oil to the tips of my hair. I swear on argon oil – it’s not only beneficial by providing fatty acids and vitamin E to your hair but it also softens it beautifully.
I section my hair, and start curling away from my face. I use a 5-in-1 curling iron from Bombay Hair. NOTE: I only curl my ends since I prefer a loose curl/wave vs. thick curls.
After curling I brush through my hair with my fingers to loosen up my curls.
And that’s it. It’s super easy. I hope you found this tutorial helpful! Please, let me know if you have any questions, and let me know if you are interested in future tutorials. As always, I would love to hear your feedback!