Simple Knotted Updo Easy Hairstyles

Laid on the lawn to where the summer’s drawn Marshmallow clouds keep drifting by Three weeks at school already Hey guys, I’m Abby from LA and today I’m going to show you guys how to do this knotted up-do that I have in my hair. I’m going to show you on myself so it’s a DIY. Now if you’re like me when your running out the door and you’re supposed to look nice for a holiday party or a work event and you want your hair up you gotta do something quick because you’ve already been doing , mom things. Now if you guys haven’t checked us out over on Millenia Moms be sure to click here to see some posts or down in the description box, it’s our new blog and it’s fantastic and it’s not just for moms so if you think that you are wrong cause the content is so good and so funny. So, let’s get going.

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Now, to begin, just go from the top part laying down behind each ear which will leave a front section near your face that we’ll deal with later. Take the rest of the hair into the back, divide it into two sections and tie it in a knot. This is just like you’re tying a tennis shoe. Once you have the first knot in place then go ahead and tie another one and another one and continue this process until you run out of hair. Then I just sort of roll the hair down until it forms a lovely little knot at the nape of my neck and bobby pin it into place. For the front pieces I just loosely twist them back. I like to leave a few small hairs hanging forward to frame my face, I twist them back, tie them in a knot underneath the original knot and back up at the top. If your hair is not long enough to do that, just tie them twice underneath and bobby pin it into place and you’re finished. Now let’s do the final spin. Such a great holiday up-do. Now if you guys liked this tutorial, be sure to give us a thumbs up, be sure to comment below and don’t forget to check out our other tutorials by clicking on the I right here. And we’ll see you guys next Sunday. Bye guys.

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