By Christina Butcher

Most sensible knots, Heidi braids, French twists, oh my! stylish hair is all of the rage from the runways to the blogs to the town streets. This booklet pulls jointly eighty vintage and modern kinds and gives step by step tutorials for every one. Trendsetters from youngsters to execs will love blending up the appearance for events, the workplace, an off-the-cuff seashore day, or a chic evening out. easy how-to illustrations take the guesswork out of styling, whereas sleek style images exhibit how you can tailor and decorate each one 'do. With recommendation for various hair kinds and lengths plus product guidance and enjoyable adaptations, Braids, Buns, and Twists! is the must-have good looks source for showstopping hair.

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Take a small piece of hair from the left side of the left ponytail and cross it over to the right ponytail. 3. Repeat on the right. Take a small piece of hair from the right side of the right ponytail and cross it over to the left ponytail. 4. Repeat this process all the way down your hair. Each time, cross a small piece of hair from one side to the other. As you move down your hair, the pieces will cross over to form the fishtail braid. 5. Secure the end of your fishtail braid with a small clear elastic.

DIFFICULTY LEVEL Easy IDEAL HAIR LENGTH Medium to long HAIR EXTENSIONS NEEDED? No ASSISTANCE NEEDED? No ACCESSORIES Finish with a pretty bow or weave a ribbon through your braid for a nice touch. TRY THIS Two reverse braids are the basis for the mermaid braid (see pages 62–63), or you could twist your braid up into a bun. SEE ALSO Dutch braid, pages 44–45 Crowning braid, pages 80–81 40 Top: Hairstyling by Christina Butcher, photography by Xiaohan Shen, modeling by Deauvanné. Bottom left: Hairstyling by Christina Butcher, photography by Xiaohan Shen, modeling by Dorothy Jean Joly.

2. Gather all your hair into a low ponytail and secure with a hair elastic. Don’t pull the hair too tightly, as you want to keep as much volume as possible in the crown area. Gently pull at the top of your ponytail to loosen the hair and create a 1960s silhouette. 3. Using the bristle brush or comb, smooth over the top section of hair to create a rounder shape. 4. Take a small piece of hair from the base of your ponytail and wrap it around your hair elastic to cover it. 5. Secure the ends of the wrapped hair underneath with a bobby pin.

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