MESSY BRAID HAIRSTYLES YOU WILL LOVE
Half up, half down hairstyles are a great option for formal and casual events. They look like you’ve spent hours on them, but actually are super-easy to create
1.CURLY & MESSY STYLE
To achieve this look first curl your hair in softy curls and lightly tease your crown to get volume. Pick up few sections of the hair and loosely twist them upward. Secure with bobby pins.
2.TEASED CROWN & SOFT CURLS
Curl your hair with a curling iron and wait until the curls cool down. Brush through them with a natural brush.The best way to tease your hair and create a bump is with a tail comb. Smooth the tease with a bigger brush, and secure with a few bobby pins.
3.CURLY HALF UPDO WITH A HAIRPIECE
This gorgeous hairpiece reminds us of Great Gatsby style. After curling your hair, take a front section of the hair and loosely twist it toward the back. Repeat on the other side so they both meet and secure with a bobby pin.
4.FISHTAil HALF UPDO
You have to know how to to do a fishtail braid.To make the braids look messier and thicker, gently tug the outside pieces of the braids out.
5.HALF UPDO FOR SHORT HAIR
Whether you have short, medium, or long hair, you can rock a half up, half down hairstyle. This half up braided crown is the perfect hairstyle.
6.FRENCH + FISHTAIL BRAID HALF UPDO
The braid starts as an inverted side French braid (also known as a Dutch braid), and ends as a fishtail braid.
7.TOUSLED LOW PONYTAIL
Separate a few pieces of the hair in the front and twist them around to the back. Pull the twists into a low ponytail.
8.SIDE SWEPT DUTCH BRAID + CURLS
If you have long hair and are always looking for something to do with it braids and curls are our favorite combo.
9.BRAIDED TOP KNOT HALF UPDO
Pull the hair in a half up, half down ponytail and secure with an elastic hairband. Braid it into a fishtail braid and twist the braid into a bun.
10.MESSY AND TWISTED FISHTAIL BRAIDS
Two fishtail braids, one twist, pull out outer sections of the braid to make it fuller and thicker. Twist the braids around each other to create a €œbraided twist”