Simple hair style tutorial for a braid that goes around the back and into a big side bun. You will need basic braiding knowledge for this one. .
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Spring Sidebun Braid – Hairstyle Instructions
Today I’ll be showing you how I do a fun braided style perfect for Spring.
Basic braiding knowledge is required for this one.
Start by brushing your hair over to one side.
Pull the top half into a section on the side and side it off for the moment.
Begin braiding towards the back from just above one ear.
Continue braiding taking small sections of hair from above and below the braid as you go.
Use only the loose hair and be careful not to get tangled in the top half.
Once you get to the back, it can get a bit tangly if you have very long hair.
If you need to, take a break every few goes and brush out the ends.
I’ll link to some basic braiding videos in the description in case you need to learn.
Continue braiding right around to the other ear and make sure to stay very low on the head.
When you reach the ear, plait the rest of the way down to the end.
Tie the remaining hair up in a ponytail just above your ear.
Scrunch the ponytail up to get a bun and pin it in place.
You might find this easier if you curl the hair first.
Hairspray is also helpful
Lastly, wrap the plait around the bun and pin it in place.
Hairspray in place if needed.
I really like this style for Spring and Summer.
I hope this was a useful video, please checkout the blog post linked in the description for more information and photo tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching!