When it comes to my hair, I’m a creature of habit. I rarely mix it up. But there’s something about the holiday season that seems to give us a nudge toward glamour and experimentation. Are you looking for new holiday hairstyles? Perhaps something party-ready? I just found the most amazing hair tool – a braided headband! [Video tutorial above]
I spotted it on another gal and assumed it was her natural hair. It was so beautiful. She must have spent significant time braiding and styling, right? Imagine my surprise when she confessed it was a headband and took just a minute or two to pull together. I couldn’t wait to try it myself. And… I’m hooked!
These headbands from Madison Braids allow you to achieve gorgeous updos in a snap. Best of all, you don’t need skill to do it! I never learned how to French braid, nor am I particularly skilled with hair. So trust me when I say these styles are super easy. I’ve already worn my headbands to our neighborhood Christmas party… and I do more casual braided styles several times a week.
The headbands come in a wide-range of shades and have an adjustable elastic strap at the bottom to fit your head size. I found the “brunette” was a perfect match for my hair color. The company sent me its Lulu Two Strand braid to style for you guys. I loved it so much, I bought the Halo Braid (a thicker, chunkier style). Now, let’s dig into the styling…
Want to try one yourself? Madison Braids is having a huge holiday sale. Use my promo code (anchoredinelegance15) for 15 percent off!
Don’t try to be too perfect! This is the key to making headband-based styles look natural. You want your style to be relaxed, loose, and flowing. Holiday hairstyles shouldn’t feel uptight. The goal is modern romance. My video tutorial is the easiest way to explain how to work with these headbands. It shares all the steps, plus 5 different styling options. But, basically…
Whether you’re staying in or going out, Valentine’s Day calls for…
Victoria Martin | 21st Dec 19
Maybe you could show me how to do that fish tail braid when you come to visit after Christmas
laveremis | 22nd Dec 19
Absolutely! It is WAY easier than I thought it would be. I do it all the time now.
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