About My Hair: Color, Cut, & Extensions

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Learn all about how I color and cut my hair! As well as my extensions and how I use them for my tutorials. I receive so many questions about the colors I use to dye my hair, how my hair is cut and whether or not I use/wear extensions. This video will help clarify all these questions and hopefully answer everything you have been wondering about. If not, leave a comment below letting me know what I missed or what you’d hope to see in a future video!

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About My Hair: Color, Cut, & Extensions

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My hair in this video: Waterfall Braid
Lipstick: MAC ‘Please Me’
Lipliner: MAC ‘In Anticipation’
Shirt: J.Crew Tippi Sweater

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Waterfall Braid and Flower Bun

Waterfall Braid and Flower Bun

Summer is right around the corner and I have had braids on the brain. This waterfall style is so perfect for the warmer summer months and definitely a staple braid now. I wanted to change it up a little bit though so I threw in one on each side of the head for a boho feel and then wrapped the ends up into a cute little flower bun. I hope you love it, try it out, and tag me so I can see your recreations! Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook at @MissySueBlog!Waterfall Braid and Flower BunWaterfall Braid and Flower Bun

Waterfall Braid and Flower Bun

Supplies: Paddle brush, 2 clear elastic bands, 3-4 bobby pins

  • Step 1 / Brush through the hair to remove any tangles. Begin a waterfall braid by picking up a small 1″ section of hair on the left side of the part and dividing it into three strands. Create a regular stitch of a braid by crossing the side strands over the middle.
  • Step 2 / Incorporate hair into the back strand then cross it over the middle strand.
  • Step 3 / Drop down the front strand and pick up a new section of hair, crossing it over the middle strand in place of the dropped strand.
  • Step 4 / Repeat steps 2 and 3 creating a waterfall braid until it reaches the back of the head. If you prefer a video, check out this tutorial for How to do a Waterfall Braid.
  • Step 5 / Now repeat the previous steps on the right side of the head, creating a second waterfall braid.
  • Step 6 / Tie the two braids together at the back of the head with a clear elastic band.
  • Step 7 / Braid the end of the tied section into a regular braid and tie off the end with another clear elastic band.
  • Step 8 / Pick up the braid and carefully roll it upwards, towards the back of the head, creating a spiral or “flower.”
  • Step 9 / Pin the flower in place with a few bobby pins.
  • Step 10 / Mist the style with a firm hold hairspray to set it and throw some curls into the rest of the hair.
    Waterfall Braid and Flower Bun
    Waterfall Braid and Flower BunWaterfall Braid and Flower Bun
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