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Simple styles

BekkaPooBekkaPoo Posts: 3,861Registered Users
Cutesy name: Wavy Pompadour, 17 Hairstyles That Take Less Than 10 Minutes

Just was checking things online and ran into this gallery of quick hair styles.. this one is simple and yay, they used an actual curly model.

The next few styles are on curlies too.
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  • subbrocksubbrock Posts: 8,212Registered Users
    the ones i really like i can't seem to figure out how to do. :sad1:
  • teejayteejay Posts: 537Registered Users
    I like the curly styles. I do the bun o'curls from time to time. Like Subrock, I can't figure the others out. I need some practice.
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  • BekkaPooBekkaPoo Posts: 3,861Registered Users
    I know, the "bun o curls" just looks like a regular old ponytail to me..lol

    Which ones did you think you couldn't figure out Subbrock?
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  • subbrocksubbrock Posts: 8,212Registered Users
    wavy pompadour--i know how to do the style (i'm wearing it today actually) but based off of their instructions i have no clue how to do it

    pin up curves--is it kind of like the southern tease/no stress bun + wavy pompadour?

    knotty and nice--say what???
  • SuburbanbushbabeSuburbanbushbabe Posts: 15,402Registered Users
    Love the Mile high curls and Pin-up curves and I think I could do this with a bantu knot out rather than a curling iron.
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  • BekkaPooBekkaPoo Posts: 3,861Registered Users
    subbrock wrote: »
    wavy pompadour--i know how to do the style (i'm wearing it today actually) but based off of their instructions i have no clue how to do it

    pin up curves--is it kind of like the southern tease/no stress bun + wavy pompadour?

    knotty and nice--say what???
    Love the Mile high curls and Pin-up curves and I think I could do this with a bantu knot out rather than a curling iron.

    Mile high curls: That looks like they just bobby pinned the front towards the crown, the sides are pinned, and the nape too. Then just add the headband. Seems easy enough.

    Wavy pompadour: Just a pomp up front and pinned up sides..easy peasy.

    Pin-up curves: Another easy peasy..just pinned up sides.

    Knotty and nice: That one took me a minute to figure out, but I got it. You part hair down the middle, and put a little elastic near the tips of each half of the hair. Then, twist starting at the sides of the head, towards the back, pin the sides, and then loosely tuck in and pin the ends that have the elastics on them. This seems to be the most complicated style, but it's actually easy to do. Hope that helped..
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  • BekkaPooBekkaPoo Posts: 3,861Registered Users
    *bump*
    "The challenge is to be yourself in a world that is trying to make you like everybody else."
    "...rationality is not necessary to sell things.."
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  • CraftyKellCraftyKell Posts: 78Registered Users
    Ha! The model has more 3b hair. Trying to do that with my hair would be a no-go.
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  • BekkaPooBekkaPoo Posts: 3,861Registered Users
    CraftyKell wrote: »
    Ha! The model has more 3b hair. Trying to do that with my hair would be a no-go.

    You can still do the style, but it will be with hair that looks like yours not the model's. Not sure if I'm saying this right, but you don't have to try to make your hair look like someone elses to do a certain style.
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    "...rationality is not necessary to sell things.."
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