The popular and trendy half “top knot” is a cute and easy hairstyle for school, work, casual activities, dates, or even more formal occasions. For today’s video tutorial we show 4 fun variations. All of these half up hairstyles are “mix and match” meaning the pulled back front section can be matched up with any type of bun.  (Braided,

Today we are sharing 3 of our favorite half up bun or top knot hairstyles.  Add 4 more cute half ups from last week, and you have an entire week of styles! These particular 3 styles are some of my daughter’s favorites at the moment.  We love that these braids are intricate looking, yet still fairly simple to create.  Half up bun styles in general are very popular

Hey guys! Today we are sharing a fun and colorful way to accent the top of your braids. This rainbow ribbon design would be a great hairstyle for St. Patrick’s Day or year round.  Of course, you can use any colors or type of ribbons you would like to create your own “sunrise” design.  You could use red and green ribbons at Christmas time. Pastel

Looking for a hairstyle for Prom?  You’ll love this beautiful bohemian half up hairstyle! This gorgeous twisted crown hairstyle may be easy enough to do on yourself as a DIY prom hairstyle!  No difficult braiding skills are required, just a simple twisting technique (that anyone can do) will create this glamorous princess hairstyle. Our neighbor asked if I would

Summer is around the corner and I’ve been rounding up some great heatless hairstyles! I am planning to give up hot tools when the weather really heats up and this would be a great hairstyle to try. I love braiding my hair on day two or three because the texture is easier to work with after a little dusting of dry shampoo. This style takes less than 10 minutes to

Today’s hair tutorial is a fun variation of the popular waterfall twist braid! One of our all time favorite braids is the classic waterfall twist.   We love how simple, quick and gorgeous it is.  Waterfall braids in general are so beautiful with the cascading strands flowing through the braid! We have an older video (dating back to 2011) showing how to make