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Published on Jun 26, 2012
Hello bello my cheesylicous crispy wispy pizza eating teddy bear dollies! Here's a really easy - but magnifique looking - hairstyle which you can convert into different styles by adding different accessoires. Instead of a diadem, you could experiment by using, a ribbon, a scarf, a floral wreath or a katusha. Just a few examples! : D
----- TUTORIAL ----- Im gonna show you how to do a very cute and easy princess like hairstyle! The BEST thing about this hairstyle is that it looks super fancy but actually it's very easy and you could also use a ribbon instead of a crown or other accessoires so its a very convertible hairstyle you can wear to any outfit at any season! So...
For the easy way, use an instant beehive tool (of course you can do it without the beehive tool, too...)
1.- Part the your fringe from the rest of your hair. 2.- Take a quarter of your hair and hide the beehive below. 3.- Hold the beehive together by joining two sections of hair creating a ponytail.
I'm hiding the boring black band with a big pink ribbon.
Now let's get to the extensions! I'm using 20inch long human hair extensions with silicon clip ins! (When the clips contain silicon, then it's less likely that they damage hair...)
Just clip them in and keep them under your ear tip. (If you already have reallly long hair, this part is not necessary, of course.. ^^) See how much more princess like the hair appears now? ^^
Next step: Curls! To create shiny and bouncy curls I'm using a 32mm Hair Curling Tong. SPlit your hair, then part it into 3 sections for each half. Start wrapping your hair from the wider end to the thinner end and wait for 2 or 3 minutes. Hold the curls and fix them with hairspray so they hold their shape longer.
When you're done with all curls, straighten your fringe. A straight fringe with curls looks very noble and cute!
A tiara is typical princess style but you can experiment with accesoires too! I'll create two pigtails from the curls for a dollier look, using ribbons Also I decorate my fringe with adhesive rhinestones, pearl and a white rose clip. (For a dolly princess look, go for bling-bling, pastel colours, ribbons and flowers)
Annnd we're finished! Wasn't that easy? I wish you all a lot of fun looking like a dolly princess! See you in my next video!