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How-To: Rolled and Tucked Updo

Elizabeth Jakaitis | January 12, 2015 | 9:58 AM
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“Who doesn't love a good up style that looks complicated, but literally takes a few minutes?” says Jenny Strebe, Confessions of a Hairstylist blogger. “The head band twist and tuck is just that. You don't even need bobby pins for this adorable style. You can go for a bohemian or classical feel depending on the type of headband you choose. The headband twist and tuck style is suitable for mid to long length hair and works well with all hair textures. Go a little boho with this look by simply creating loose waves in your hair beforehand and throwing in a head scarf. Alternately, you can look more sophisticated by using a headband with jewels. You can easily go from day to night with this hairstyle.”

Hair by: Jenny Strebe

Photography by: Sara Nevels

 

Difficulty level: easy

Best for: all hair textures and mid to long length hair. 

 

What you'll need:

  • Headband that goes all around
  • Medium hold hair spray

 

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