I finally found a friend who would let me play around with her short hair! Everyone say thank you to Stef for letting me experiment on her 😀

Today we tried out a retro style which was messy and girly.

We’ve got plenty of styles to try so if you have any requests let me know in the comments!

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Short Hair Retro Curly Updo Instruction.
Meet Stef, she has short hair and it totally awesome.
Today we’re trying out a curly style with a retro flare to it.
Start by loosely curling the hair all over.
This is really a look in itself.
You can add a cute alice band and you’re good to go!
Grab a small section of hair at the top of the head.
Twist it once and the base and flick the ends forward.
Pin it in place and it becomes a small pouf.
The curls are really important to this because they give it so much more volume.
Repeat with another section right behind the first.
And then one more behind that.
From the side you can see that it makes a soft messy updo style.
Make sure to leave some longer drapey bits down to soften the look.
To complete the look tie a chiffon scarf around the base.
The key to keeping it on is to not tie it too tightly.
Pin it if you need to and that’s done!
Special thanks to Stef for being my awesome model/victim for the day.
Don’t forget to check out Stef’s health and lifestyle blog Read Shop Cook.
Her link is in the description below.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the bog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching!

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