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In this hair tutorial learn how to create a braided headband with your hair inspired by Lauren Conrad.
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Hey guys! Okay, I am going to show you real quick how to do a fun, little braid accent in your air with your own hair or with an extension. If you have one, it’s super easy and simple and really cute, just a fun, little accent. So, I’ll just show you that real quick. As you can tell, I’m in my house today. I’m not at my mom, so welcome and enjoy. See you guys.
All you’ll need is really either a bobby pin or this is like a bobby pin flower. So, if you don’t one of these, you can just sue body pin making like a decorative bobby pins, kind of cute but you can always just see the bobby pins. And then, if you don’t have long hair and it doesn’t seem to work out for you, then I would recommend an extension. And honestly, I made this extension myself, super cheap. And it’s real hair and I just got this little clippie, stamp clippie at Sally’s for super cheap and then the yarn where the Sally’s for super cheap. Not too big of a paint to do.
So, what we’re going to start. I curled my hair. You don’t have to curl it if you don’t want to. And then what you’re going to do is take, come behind your ear and take a good chunk of hair, so probably like that or else, use your extension and clip the clip back there. And then use this as your hair. I am not going to because I’ve got massive amount of hair.
So, you take that piece I told you and braid. If you don’t know how to braid, follow along. Make three strands of hair. Why am I struggling here? Okay, there we go. Take this end, bring it into the middle. Take this and bring it into the middle. This and bring it into the middle. This and into the middle, just braid all the way down.
So now, I’ve got my braid. It hides behind my ear like I told you about. And then I am going to take some pieces forward. And then take that behind your ear and over. Put it kind of behind the hair on this side and then either take your bobby pin or your little pretty bobby pin and just pin it. You see we have that. It’s cute. I got CHI Organics Olive Nutrient Spritz. That’s it. It’s so simple you guys. And it’s just a cute little accent. You can pull your hair up with it, half up, down. Okay.
Thanks for watching you guys. Have a good day. See you!