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It is getting hot (well hotter) out there. I don’t know about all of you but when the heat goes up so does my hair. Updos don’t just have to be from necessity, they can also be really stylish too. I have a few favourites that look great from day to night and, of course, great in pictures. These are easy looks which work really well with your Cliphair extensions and are easy to create, keep reading this step-by-step tutorial to get these awesome looks. #wearcliphair
Look number 1: Dutch braid bun
This is a great look to feel casually elegant. To begin to take your hair at your crown and add a few pieces of clip in extensions for extra body. Now divide your section into three parts, you are going to create a dutch braid with them. To create this braid bring your sections of hair under each other rather than over, adding more strands to the sections as you go down. Once you have reached the nape of your neck, secure with a clear elastic and wind it around to be a bun. It doesn’t need to be too neat for a day look. Wrap the ends around your hair tie and pin in place at the back to finish.
Look number 2: the French twist
Why it is french I don’t know but I do know it looks fabulous. To start to add your extensions and add your heat protecting serum. Lightly curl your hair so it has a bit of texture and body. Then, gather the top half of your hair and pin it out of the way for now. Gently gather the lower half of your hair and start to lightly twist it, make sure you don’t lose the volume as you do so. This will look messy but that is what you want, just make sure the ends are tucked under and start to pin your twist in place. Gather your top section and do the same thing twisting in the other direction for added texture. Take out any strands you want to frame your face to finish.
Look number 3: Amazing messy bun
This is great for a casual look or when you are exercising and if you are planning on going swimming but don’t want to wet your hair, this will save you. Gather your hair into a low ponytail start to secure with a hair tie but don’t pull it all the way through. Loosen your hair at your roots a little so you have more volume it is also a great time to take out any face-framing strands you want out. Loosen a section from the bottom and wrap it around the hair tie, pinning it in place to finish.