Hi everyone! Welcome back to Catholic Homeschool Australia! Today I’m going to share with you my DIY FAIL PROOF no-heat curls! I’ve struggled for a long time in getting no-heat curls to work for me, but I’ve finally found a technique that works the same every time and is super quick and easy! If you’d like to see how I got these curls, … Continue reading Fail Proof no-heat curls!
This is a really cute style that could be dressed up to be an almost formal hairstyle, or, I actually think if you had the bun secured with a hair tie and some extra bobby pins it could be a great sports hairstyle… <<Read post>>: Double Dutch Braided Updo Want to comment on this hairstyles? I’d love it if you could comment on the original … Continue reading Double Dutch Braided Updo
Here’s how to do some basic wand curls, the wand I used for these curls was a conical curling wand, size 32mm-19mm. Items needed: curling wand, hair sectioning clips, hairspray…. Begin by sectioning of your hair into 3 even sections (one bottom, one middle and one top) depending on the thickness of your hair you may not need to have as many sections. Once your … Continue reading Diy Basic Wand Curls
Items you will need: hair brush, 2-3 hair elastics, 1 hair tie and a handful of bobby pins. to start of with you will need to part your hair off to one side…. separate a small section of hair from the front and french braid it until you get to just in front of your ear… then finish it off with a plait, and secure … Continue reading How to create a Braided updo-Diy
So today I wanted to show you 2 different ways that you can wear a fishtail braid, I really like how with a fishtail braid you make it look so different by just adding bigger/smaller sections into the braid. It is also very easy to do, in fact if you know how to do a normal 3 strand plait you can definitely do this one. … Continue reading How to create a Fishtail braid (diy video)
UPDATED VERSION 2017 Today I will show you how to create the waterfall braid. It is a braid that can look very complicated but, in fact, its fairly simple once you know how to do a French braid. Here is one of the pictures from the original post I did on my sister: And here are the new pictures on myself: Items Needed: Brush or … Continue reading Waterfall Braid/Updated Version