A short tutorial on my twist on a standard updo. Hope you enjoy!

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Bobbly Updo Hairstyle Instructions
Hello and welcome to another hair tutorial!
This look is a different take on a standard updo.
I do this style mostly when I haven’t washed my hair in a while and want to hide oily roots.
So the first step is to use a dry shampoo.
Pull the hair up into a high ponytail.
I like this style because once it’s in place and pinned it takes a lot to ruin, great for windy days.
On the final pull through the elastic, don’t pull the ends completely through.
It should look something like this with ends at the front.
Push the ends to the side for now.
Take a section of the loop and pull it to the side.
Pinch it in half so it forms two loops and then pin back to your head.
Keep going taking section by section, pinch them in half and pin down.
Pin some to the front and some to the back so they eventually hide the hairband.
It should start to look like a bunch of random bobby loops, hence the name of the tutorial.
Keep going until you run out of hair.
Now let’s deal with the front bits.
Grab your straightener and use it to curl them slightly.
If you don’t like the way they sit you can pin them up higher.
This probably works better if you have shorter hair than me.
If you’re like me, you’ll probably get distracted talking to your friend while you do it.
Pin, curl and straighten until you’re happy.
Finally add a pretty hair clip to finish it off.
I’m using a headband but worn horizontally so it looks into the updo.
Hairspray and you’re good.
Done and ready for a yummy dinner with friends.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching.
Bye!

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