Primp Powder Pout - a Make-Up Artist's Life: Holiday and New Years Party Hair 2010 Episode 5 - Party Updo

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Sunday, 14 November 2010

Holiday and New Years Party Hair 2010 Episode 5 - Party Updo

This is a quick and easy updo which consists of one 'snag-proof' hair tie, a few hair grips and some hair accessories.

STEPS:
1. Section hair horizontally around the head, just above the ears. Pin up top section to get out of the way. 
2. Take bottom section and put into loose ponytail, pulling hair tie half way down the length of hair (This will give grip for the french twist)
3. Twist ponytail up into a french twist, tucking away any loose ends and securing into place with hair grips. 
4. Take top half of hair, back comb to give lots of volume and use hairspray if needed. 
5. Taking one section at a time, secure hair at the back of head, ensuring hair at front stays bouffant and smooth. 
6. Once each piece is secured at the back of the head, take the loose strands at back, twist into a neat little bun or knot and secure at the top of the french twist. This doesn't have to be perfect...it can be as loose or as tight as you'd like
7. Spray hair into place, add accessories. 


HERE'S HOW I DID IT:





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