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Combination Crown

Crown style is my favorite kind of hairstyle. So today I’ll be showing you the combination crown hairstyle. I have braided regular 3 strand braid & fishtail to achieve this hairstyle. It’s the rainy season already so it would be the best hairstyle for the wet days. So don’t worry about the hair this season bcoz this updo is gonna make you look hot! You’ll Need: Brush, rat-tail comb, elastic, bobby pins, spray bottle, hairspray {if required} Time Taken:7-8 mins Skill Level: easy Hair Length: Medium to Long hair length Steps of Instructions: Start off with side parting the hair; divide the hair into 2 sections. Take one of the sections & start with regular 3 strand braid, braid till the end of hair & secure the hair with elastic. With another section start braiding the fishtail till the end of hair, secure the braid with elastic. Now that you have 2 braids, cross them across the head one next to the other & secure the braids with bobby pins. Hide the ends under the braid. Add hairspray & accessories if you want. Happy Braiding..  
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4 Strand ribbon braid updo

Hi Guys! Have you ever thought about the updo with ribbon!? It would be interesting for you to know that I tried to put so many things in one hairstyle. Ribbon,flower, updo, what could be much better! My client wanted an updo, something very unique yet something on it which would match her saree color as well! So 4 strand ribbon braided updo would be the best possible option! It was the summer time so it’s most comfortable to carry updo with sarees and lehengas! She wore this at her brother’s wedding function! It’s perfect for the reception, wedding, sangeet, anniversaries & birthday parties, festivals. You’ll Need: Brush, rat-tail comb, bobby pins, ribbon, spray bottle,hair elastics, hairspray {if desired}. Time Taken: 15 mins Skill Level: Hard Hair Length: Medium to Long Hair Steps of Instructions: Begin by side parting your hair,now tie a knot at one end of the ribbon(so that it stuck in a place while braiding) and secure it with bobby pins. Now pick a section of hair & divide it into 3 equal strands, then take the 1st strand (just next to forehead) and cross it under 2nd strand over 3rd strand (i.e ribbon), 4th strand over 1st strand and under 3rd strand. (First stitch of 4 Strand braid is complete now). Then […]
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Lace Bubble Ponytail

This hairstyle looks gorgeous when done on someone else! This hairstyle needs patience! The only reason is that the attempt to make it look like bubble a little tedious task. Here the hair is tied into half ponytail, which is split into half. Then starting with lace braid with half portion and the same is done on other side as well. Both the lace braid is merged together into a ponytail again. The braid looks like shell. Isn’t it?? You’ll Need: Brush, rat-tail comb, spray bottle, bobby pins, hair elastic, hairspray {if desired}. Time Taken: 15-20 mins Skill Level: Hard Hair Length: Medium to long hair Steps of Instructions: Start by brushing your hair away from the face, tie the hair into half ponytail. Split the ponytail hair into half, now begin with lace braid by taking the left portion. Add the tiny strand of hair to the right side of braid from the right section. Try to braid in a ‘c’ shape. Do the exact same thing on other side as well. Merge both the braid and make a ponytail. Wrap a piece of hair around elastic. Again split the ponytail into half and repeat the steps 2-6. Do as many as you […]
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Wedding Hairstyle for medium long hair

Hello! Today’s hairstyle can be done on medium long hair and short hair as well. The updo goes in a circular pattern starting from the crown area. The stitch is a lace braid incorporating the hair pieces from outside edge. This can be a little tedious task but worth the attempt. You’ll Need: Brush, rat-tail comb, spray bottle, hair elastics, bobby pins, hairspray {if desired}. Time Taken: 10-12 mins Skill Level: Medium Hair Length: Any hair length
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Circular Fishtail

Today is an exclusive ponytail hairstyle. I’m calling it a circular fishtail ponytail. This is a high braided ponytail. As the name suggests the braid actually goes in a circular pattern. The ponytail is twisted after taking few stitches. You’ll Need: Brush, rat-tail comb, elastic, spray bottle, hairspray {if required} Time Taken:5-7 mins Skill Level: Medium Hair Length: Medium to long hair. Steps of Instructions: Start of by grabbing all the hair into high ponytail with elastic. Now divide the ponytail hair into 2 large sections Take a tiny piece of hair from left section, cross it over that section & add it to the right section. Then take a piece of hair from right section, cross it over that section & add it to the left section ( The first stitch of the fishtail is complete now). Repeat the steps 3-4 until 5 stitches. At this point, rotate the sections to clockwise direction (right section comes to left side & vice versa). Again start braiding by repeating the steps 3-4 till 5-6 stitches. Continue till you reach end of hair. Secure the braid with an elastic. Happy Braiding..
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Bubble Fishtail with no band

The unique thing about the braid is that there aren’t any rubber bands to form a bubble. It looks like a natural form which keeps people wondering how to do it.! You’ll Need: Brush, elastic, rat-tail comb, spray bottle, hairspray {if required} Time Taken: 7-8 mins Skill Level: Medium Hair Length: Medium to Long hair Steps of Instructions: Start by sectioning the hair just 1 inch above the ears, gathering at the back of head with your hand. Now begin a regular fishtail by taking a tiny piece from the outer edge, cross it over the top & add it to the other side. Then take a strand from the opposite from the outside edge, cross it over the top & add to the other side. Repeat this over & over…. After you have braided about 4 inches, go back & pancake about 3-4 inches of the fishtail. Now continue with regular fishtail again for about 4 inches or so.. Repeat the steps 4-5 until you run out of hair. Secure the braid with elastic. Then go back to the braid to make it look perfect, giving lots of volume. Happy Braiding..  
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Dutch braids with twisted edge fishtail

Today hairstyle is edgy & chic. I did the twin dutch braid from top of the head till down to the nape of neck. Then with the rest of the hair I did fishtail with twisted edges. This hairstyle looks so cool! If you want all your hair tied this style is for you! Also you can wear it in any season like summer, winter or in rainy days as well. You can wear this hairstyle for photoshoots, day out, meeting, date, parties, vacations. You’ll Need: Brush, rat-tail comb, spray bottle, hair elastics, hairspray {if desired}. Time Taken: 10-12 mins Skill Level: Hard Hair Length: Medium to long hair Steps of Instructions: Start off with parting your hair from the centre of forehead down till the nape of neck. Tie one section to keep of out of way. Now grab the piece of hair from front & divide the hair into 3 equal strands. Cross the left strand under the middle strand, right strand under the middle strand. Add new hair to the left strand & cross it under the middle strand, again add new hair to the right strand & cross it under the middle strand. Repeat this till you reach the nape […]
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Pinned Wheel Updo

I still remember that this hair is given to me as challenge! Like you can see the style goes in circle which pretty much difficult to do on self. It requires lots of patience and practice. After several tries I could actually be able to do it in a proper circle. Worth the effort! You’ll Need: Brush, rat-tail comb, spray bottle, bobby pins, hair elastic, hairspray {if desired}. Time Taken: 10-12 mins Skill Level: Hard Hair Length: medium to long hair Steps of Instructions: Starting by parting your hair deep till 3-4 inches, then continue with horizontal parting till ear and keep that section aside for a while. Grab the rest of the hair into a high ponytail. Now take the hair from the front section and divide it into half Then grab a strand of hair from ponytail parallel to those two strands. Now you have 3 strands in hands, two from front portion and one from ponytail. Take the first stitch as you do in 3 strand braid by crossing the outside strands over the middle one. Now grab new hair from front section and cross it over middle strand, then grab a strand from ponytail and cross it over middle strand. […]
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Fishtail Braid

If you are looking for simple & easy hairstyle, it’s right here! Who doesn’t love fishtail! I did side fishtail braid. You can do on your second or third day hair! This would be perfect style for parties, festivals, marriages. I wore this hairstyle on rakhi festival with salwar suit. You’ll Need: Brush, rat-tail comb, spray bottle, hair elastics, hairspray {if desired}. Time Taken: 5-7 mins Skill Level: Easy Hair Length: Medium to long hair Steps of Instructions: Begin with side parting your hair, grab all the hair to any one side. Divide the hair into 2 sections, then grab the tiny piece of hair from left section, cross it over that section & add it to right section. Again grab the tiny piece of hair from right section, cross it over that section & add it to left section. Keep repeating the above steps till you reach the end of hair. Pancake the braiding by pulling the edges gently, secure the braid with elastic. Happy Braiding..
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twisted waterfall with fishtail

It’s been a while I did twisted waterfall. Twisted waterfall is the easiest in waterfall. Here I did twisted waterfall at front followed by fishtail taking the waterfall pieces in each stitch. I love this braid because it hides my baby hairs.  This hairstyle can be little time consuming but I’m sure you’ll do it. You’ll Need: Brush, rat-tail comb, spray bottle, hair elastic, hairspray {if desired}. Time Taken: 7-9 mins Skill Level: Medium Hair Length: Medium to long hair Steps of Instructions: Begin with deep side parting your hair, make two sections horizontally, front section about 2 inches. Pick a section of hair from the front section and divide it into 2 strands. Now cross first strand over the other, then pick new strand from front and pass in between those strands. (The new strand is the waterfall piece which is dropped with every stitch). Again twist the two strands by crossing the upper one over the other. Once again pick new strand from front and pass in between those strands. Twist the two strands by crossing the upper one over the other. Repeat the above steps till you reach ear. Now make a few twists and secure the braid with elastic. At […]
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