Boho Lace Tieback Bohemian Chic Hairstyles

Boho Lace Tieback Hey guys! I’m Abby from LA, and today we are going to mix it up a little bit, and I’m going to do a DIY, which means I’m going to film on myself! I’m going to show you guys how to do a Boho Lace Tieback, which is really fun, and I LOVE the way it starts, because it, kind of, comes in a little bit differently than a normal tieback, so it is really different and unique, which I think is really fun and its going to get you guys a lot of comments as you wear it throughout your day! So lets get going! Ok guys, what I have done is parted my hair in the center, and I’m going to go back maybe inches on my part line, and I’m going to pick up just a little tiny piece of hair, and that’s going to be the very beginnings of my braid, and it is just really, really tiny. This first piece. I’m going to split it into sections, and go ahead and begin your braid. Do one stitch. And then what you are going to do, is come over to this side that is closest to the part line, and grab a little piece of hair, and add it in to the left most piece, my left-most piece, and continue the braid. So we are doing a Lace Braid, right here. Basically, we are just adding in hair only from this side closest to the part line. And I’m trying right now to keep the braid pretty close. I’m going to run it really close along that part line. You’ll see in just a minute as we get a little farther down. This is really fun, because it is a really different way to start a braid. Most the time you do not go starting, you know, kind of, like inches back on your head, and then forward, so it is really different and unique, but it makes it look really fun when your all done!

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You can see I’m just still staying pretty close to that part line, still only picking up hair from one side. When I get to the front, I’m just going to start picking up little pieces of hair along the front, of my face as well. Always only on that one side of the braid, still. I’m just continuing to add it in, running right along my hairline now. And I’m going to go down. maybe one more stitch, maybe one more. And, I like to leave a couple inches above my ear, right around my temple, just because I like the softness that it leaves on your face. So I’m going to finish off the braid, when I get to that point, and just do a regular braid. I’m going to stop adding in hair, and just finish it off with a regular braid. And I’m going to secure that out of the way. Secure it with an elastic, and then I’m just going to pin it out of the way. And, just to hold it in place, pin it right there. And then I’m going to go back and do the same thing on this side of my head. This took minutes to do. Now, when you get the second braid done, what you do is, un-clip that first one, then just take them around to the back of your head, and, using that same elastic, just go ahead and secure them. Now, to finish it all off, I’m just going to add a tiny little bit of hairspray to refresh my curls. This is, you know, my Day or Day hair, so my curls are a little bit softer than Day. There we go. And let’s do the final spin! What I like about this hairstyle is that you, kind of, do not see the little fun start to the braid, until you, kind of, turn your head, or tip down or something, but then, it is like. Whoa! Because it is so different, and it’s, like, this little accent braid on the front of your face, It’s just very subtle, but very fun. Which is what I like about it! And we will see you guys next Sunday. Bye you guys! Click here to comment! Click above to watch our Laced Fishtail Tieback tutorial! Thank you, from LA! You do not what? “I do not do webs!” Where were they? There’s a spider on your shoulder! EWWWW! Liar, liar, liar, liar, do not lie! Ew, ew, ewwwww!.

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