I had the opportunity to guest post over at my friend Melani’s blog, Reflections of the Heart! Go check it out, leave a comment and follow her blog! Blessings, VictoriaHi everyone! My name is Victoria and I blog over at Ruffles and Grace. I have a huge passion for modest, feminine fashion, and I am a seamstress with a love for my trade and an enjoyment in creati…
Source: Fall Guest Posts~ Day 3
Here is installment number two of what is inspiring me fashion wise this fall. I am so in love with all of these clothes, but I have a strict budget and I try to be purposeful, thrifty, and frugal about my clothes. I also want to be adventuress in the sewing department, so there is a list of projects I am excited to dig into!Read More »
It is that time of year! WOOHOO! I love fall ya’ll! Really, though. I really do and I am so ready for it. The leaves are already starting to change colors up here! We had our first few days of cool, fallish weather just this weekend. (never mind the fact that it is supposed to be 80 tomorrow, we won’t discuss that) Here is a bunch of inspiration for my fall wardrobe and clothes this year!
I Love this hairstyle. It is really easy and has a very natural, look and it appears that you spent hours on it, when really it just took a few min. I like to start with Curled hair. Even a little. I would really recommend it because it really helps with hold and overall finishedness.
1 Take one side of your hair from in front of your ear and twist it back and around your head. Pin in place.
2 Do the same to the other side and place this roll under the other. Pin in Place
3 Adjust as needed.
4 Split the remaining hair in half
5 Take one of the sections and twist it sideways. Place and pin this under the previous rolls.
6 Then, take the other half and do the same. Depending on how long your hair is, you may still have a short tail at the end.
7 If you have a small amount of hair left over, Twist that around your fingers continuing the roll, and pin in place. There really is no better way of describing this than rolling and tucking.
8 Pin anything that feels loose. Ta Da! It will look different every time, but that is the cool part about this hairstyle. It is a very loose and Romantic looking updo.
This Hairstyle is super easy and really interesting! I love the four strand braid, it makes it look so much cooler! I also started with curly hair on this one too. Curls half up always looks awesome. Plus, I love to curl my hair for the holidays.
1 Separate a section of hair from in front of your ear on one side.
2 Separate that into 4 strands. Here is a quick tutorial on how to fourstrand braid
It really is easy once you get the hang of it.
3 Tie this off with a clear elastic, or just put a bobby pin at the bottom of the braid to hold it until you are ready to place it.
4 Do the same on the other side. Separate the hair in front of your ear, braid in a four strand braid, then tie off.
5 Wrap the first braid around the back of your head, and pin it down about a few inches from the back of the opposite ear.
6 Now wrap the other braid around and just under the other one. You want to make sure you don’t hide the previous braid so put them side by side. Pin in place.
Ta Da! All done! I love the way this one looks. That one extra strand in the braid sure adds some detail.
I really like this hairstyle a lot as well! It is very sophisticated and chic and dressy looking! You don’t have to have curled hair for this style. Straight works just as well.
1 Using your thumbs or fingers, draw a section of hair on each side of your head about 2 inches above your ears and bring them to the back of your head. Using your index finger, loop the right side over the left and pin in place.
2 About an inch below the last sections, do the same thing as above. But instead of looping right over left, loop left over right. Pin in place.
3 Do this one more time and loop right over left. Pin in place.
4 Now we are going to French Braid the rest of your hair.
5 Tie off the french braid with an elastic.
6 Wrap the braid around in the shape of a bun at the back of your head and tuck the tail under the circle you just made. Hold with one hand while you pin with the other. Use as many pins as are necessary.
7 Pin anything that feels loose.
8 (optional) I like to loosen up the style around my face and pull a few hairs out over my ears to give it a more lived in look.
Ta Da! There you go!
What did you think of these styles? Would you do them?
Should I do more tutorials like this?
By His Grace,