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Twist and Loop Updo by ericalea
This only look harder than it really is. Pretty much all you must do is grab small sections of hair and twist them. Then create small loops and pin them . The goal is to form a bun. She has even posted a video about this tutorial for the visual learners.

Twist and Loop Updo by ericalea
This only look harder than it really is. Pretty much all you must do is grab small sections of hair and twist them. Then create small loops and pin them . The goal is to form a bun. She has even posted a video about this tutorial for the visual learners.

Braided Updo by Kristin on the daily hair blog on latest-hairstyles.comCheck out this hair tutorial that’s perfect for the holidays or photography !

Steps 
1.Brush your hair to remove all knots.
2.Take a section at the top left and divide into three parts.
3. Dutch braid (also called inside out braid) – bring the left under the middle, then the right under the middle, and keep repeating.
4. Add in sections of hair from each side as you braid.
5. Angle your braid diagonally across your head.
6. Keep braiding to the end and secure with a hair band.
7.Loosen the braid by pulling gently to make it look bigger.
8.Twist the end of the braid around to create a flat bun and pin in place
Don’t forget finish the look with flexible hairspray to keep everything in place!!

Braided Updo by Kristin on the daily hair blog on latest-hairstyles.com
Check out this hair tutorial that’s perfect for the holidays or photography !
Steps
1.Brush your hair to remove all knots.
2.Take a section at the top left and divide into three parts.
3. Dutch braid (also called inside out braid) – bring the left under the middle, then the right under the middle, and keep repeating.
4. Add in sections of hair from each side as you braid.
5. Angle your braid diagonally across your head.
6. Keep braiding to the end and secure with a hair band.
7.Loosen the braid by pulling gently to make it look bigger.
8.Twist the end of the braid around to create a flat bun and pin in place
Don’t forget finish the look with flexible hairspray to keep everything in place!!

Braided updo by Moiz Alladina on bhldn
Perfect for the holidays. This look has an earthy and boho feel to it when you add feathered or flowered hair pieces and softens the face for a romanitc look.
Directions: 
1. From a side part he began braiding around the face, starting with hair closest to the hairline and adding to the braid with hair further back on the head. He continued this until finally coming full circle.
2. After securing the tail of the braid into its beginning with a bobby, he began pulling at the braid gently with his fingers, concentrating at the nape of the neck to anchor the style.

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Braided updo by Moiz Alladina on bhldn
Perfect for the holidays. This look has an earthy and boho feel to it when you add feathered or flowered hair pieces and softens the face for a romanitc look.
Directions:
1. From a side part he began braiding around the face, starting with hair closest to the hairline and adding to the braid with hair further back on the head. He continued this until finally coming full circle.
2. After securing the tail of the braid into its beginning with a bobby, he began pulling at the braid gently with his fingers, concentrating at the nape of the neck to anchor the style.

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Messy Double Knot Updo by fashionising
One of most seen hair in the Spring 2012 fashion show were messy knot updo. This one seen at Michael Kors can be recreate easily with this instructions:
1.Spritz the hair all over with a sea-salt spray .(You can use mousse to create texture too!)
 2.Next, scrunch the hair into bunches while drying to add waves and texture .
3.Pull a thick section of hair out at the front, sweeping it into a deep side part.
 4.Finally, take back two sections of hair and tie into a knot – then again into a double knot
You’re done!

Messy Double Knot Updo by fashionising
One of most seen hair in the Spring 2012 fashion show were messy knot updo. This one seen at Michael Kors can be recreate easily with this instructions:
1.Spritz the hair all over with a sea-salt spray .(You can use mousse to create texture too!)
2.Next, scrunch the hair into bunches while drying to add waves and texture .
3.Pull a thick section of hair out at the front, sweeping it into a deep side part.
4.Finally, take back two sections of hair and tie into a knot – then again into a double knot
You’re done!

Messy Bun by See Creatures


Check out this hair tutorial by Catherine! This perfect for the holidays and formal events. I been trying to recreate the glamour seen on the red carpet and Catherine’s tutorial completely masters this look! For the complete details click here ! She is also a fellow tumblr click here for her tumblr !

Messy Bun by See Creatures


Check out this hair tutorial by Catherine! This perfect for the holidays and formal events. I been tryin to recreate the glamour seen on the red carpet and Catherine’s tutorial completely masters this look! For the complete details click here ! She is also a fellow tumblr click here for her tumblr !

1960s hair tutorial

1960s hair tutorial featured on the glitter guide

Jessie from the sweet thing show the easy steps to achieving this half up - half down hairstyle.

(Source: theglitterguide.com)

Sweet twist and pin variation updo by hair romance
As you all know I have a love for all things sweet therefore this tutorial had to be  shared.

Sweet twist and pin variation updo by hair romance
As you all know I have a love for all things sweet therefore this tutorial had to be shared.

Volumious Braid Updo



Recreate this retro updo easily with these steps by Keiko Lynn.

Supplies:
dry shampoo or volumizing product
bobby pins
brush

Step 1.Add texture using the dry shampoo. Spray at your roots, lifting as you go. Wait a minute or two and comb it through, or else you’ll be left with a powdery mess. Then, divide your hair into two sections, like you’re doing a half-updo. Back comb underneath the top half and smooth over the top. This will give you lift in the front.

Step 2.Pin the newly teased section (make sure the top layer is smooth, to cover the mess) with a couple (or more, if you need them) of bobby pins. You can give the bump a little boost if you want - you don’t have to just rely on the teasing.

Step 3. You should now have what is known as the Snookie. Stop at this step and fist pump the night away, or continue to the next steps for the original hairdo we set out to do. It’s your choice!

Step 4.Divide the lower section into two parts and braid. Secure with small elastics or just be lazypants and leave them loose, like me.


Step 5.Pull each braid to the opposite side of your head. Secure with bobby pins. You can tuck the ends underneath each braid.

Step 6.Pin some flowers behind your ear or leave as is. You might want to finish with a little bit of hair spray, but otherwise - that’s it!
Source: Keiko Lynn

(Source: keikolynn.com)