3 Prom Hairstyles Updo Hairstyles

Hey everyone! I’m Jordan from Braids by Jordan. Today I’m going to be showing you how to do three pretty spring hairstyles that I think would look really pretty at prom or grad or any formal event you might be going to. If you have not already comment to Hairstyles make sure to hit the comment button and give this post a big thumbs up. So, let’s get started. So the first style I’m going to be showing you how to do is this cute little fishtail half updo. Divide off a section a hair on kind of a diagonal from the front of the part towards the back of the head. Then secure that section at the back of the head with a clear baby elastic. Then repeat on the other side making sure that both ponytails are in line with each other. Then take one of the ponytails and divide it into two. Now, we are going to start a fishtail braid so take a small piece of hair from the outside of the left piece and cross it over and add it into the inside of the right piece. Then take a small section of hair from the outside of the right piece and cross it over and into the inside of the left piece. Then just repeat those steps all the way down until you have ran out of hair to braid.

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Every so often I like to go back and pancake the braid by pulling gently on the edges to give it a little more volume. (more music) Once you have reached the end of the hair secure the braid with a clear baby elastic. And then repeat with the other ponytail. And now onto the bun. So take both fishtails and tie them together like a knot and then secure it together with bobby pins. If your hair is not quite long enough you can easily skip that first step. And then take one of the fishtails and tie it into another knot around itself and then pin it in place. When doing this you want to make sure that you have tucked the ends of the braids underneath the knot. And then repeat with the other fishtail. And then that’s it. The second style is the Dutch braided updo. Section off the hair from in front of the ears and then pull the remaining hair into a temporary ponytail to keep it out of the way. Take a section from the front of the part and divide it into three equal pieces. Take the back piece and cross it underneath and into the middle. And then take the front piece and cross it underneath into the middle. And repeat that again with the back piece. This time we are gonna add in a small new section of hair. So add in that section and then cross them both underneath into the middle and repeat with the front piece. So take a new section, add it in and then cross them both underneath into the middle. Then repeat that one more time with the back piece. So add in small section and cross them under and repeat again with the front piece. So add in another small section before crossing it under and into the middle. And then I decide to stop adding in hair to the back piece and only add in hair to the front piece to create a Dutch lace braid. And just repeat those steps until you run out of new hair to add in angling the braid towards the back of the head. Every so often I like to go back and pancake the braid by pulling gently on the edges to give the braid a little more volume.

Once you have ran out of hair to add in continue to braid all the way down to the end of the hair. Once you have reached the end of the hair secure the braid with a clear baby elastic. Then repeat on the other side. Once both braids are finished release the remaining hair and pull the top half of the hair into a new ponytail with a clear baby elastic. Divide the loose hair into three and then start a regular three strand braid. At the end of the hair secure the braid with a clear baby elastic. Wrap the braid around itself to make a bun in the center of the head. Tuck in the ends of the braid and then secure the bun with bobby pins. Once the bun is secure go back and pull on the edges of the braid to give the bun more volume. Once you are happy with how the bun looks take one of the braids and drap it across the top of the bun. Pin the braid in place and then repeat with the other braid. Take the ends of the braids and tuck them underneath the bottom of the bun with bobby pins. And that’s it. The last style I’m going to be showing you how to do is the side faux braid. Part your hair to one side and then take a section of hair from the front of the head and a section of hair from the back of the part and secure them together with a clear baby elastic. Then pull the hair out to the side to give it some extra volume and texture. Take new sections from beside the first ones and then secure them together just slightly further back. And then again pull on the edges slightly to give them some more volume. Then continue securing sections from each side together until you reach the end of the hair. As you get further along you will have to start taking hair from the opposite side as well when you go back. To avoid any weird pieces, just make sure that you are pulling the section gently with your fingers before you secure it with the elastic. After about the fourth elastic, start angling them back towards the side. Once you reach the nape of the neck you can continue that same process until you reach the end of the hair. So just take a small section from each side of the elastic and then secure them together underneath. And that’s it. And then to tie all these hairstyles together and give them a springy look I decided to add some pretty flowers to them all. This, of course, is optional, but it is just a fun way to add any sort of little jewels or flowers that might match your dress or outfit. I hope you guys liked these hairstyles. And if you did make sure to give this post a thumbs up and comment below which one was your favorite. If you want to see my last tutorial you can click the link here. And if you want to see more CGH posts you can click the link here. To comment to Hairstyles make sure to click this link. And if you want to see more from me you can head on over to Braids by Jordan or there will be a link to my YouTube blog under the description box below. I hope you guys have a great week and I will see you soon with another hair tutorial. Bye!.

3 Prom Hairstyles Updo Hairstyles

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