Tutorial | Any Occasion | Hair Up Do

Hey Guys,

Loved this look and wanted to share with you. You can achieve this look for a wedding, dinner or any outfit that requires an up-do. I started on stretched hair. This hair style can be achieved my natural or relaxed hair. Make sure you use matching texture extensions.

Here is what you need:

  • Hair gel
  • Ndanaka ‘So Shea’ Hair Butter
  • Hair extensions that match your hair
  • Hair pins
  • Hair bands

How to:

  1. Split hair into 3 sections
  2. Moisturize using ‘So Shea’
  3. Apply gel to each section as shown while working on each section
  4. Style the front
  5. Twist the bottom two part as shown
  6. Feed the braid into the hair as shown
  7. Twist at the bottom or roll into a bun as shown.

This is a very easy hairstyle to achieve.

Try it and let me know!

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By | 2017-04-25T00:24:11+00:00 February 6th, 2016|Hair|0 Comments

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