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Pretty Simple :: Braided Headband

November 28th, 2012

braided headband tutorial | martha lynn kale for camille styles

Today’s tutorial is perfect for long-haired ladies who like to keep their hair down, but are looking for a super easy trick that adds interest and volume to your mane. Enter: the braided headband — a “do” that’s so doable, don’t be surprised if you catch me rocking it at more than one holiday party this year. All you’ll need are a couple of rubber bands, a few bobby pins and the handy instructions from Martha Lynn… and as always, Cory‘s step-by-step photos are here to help!

braided headband tutorial | martha lynn kale for camille styles

  1. Section hair and tease around the crown, spraying as you tease. Clip top of hair leaving a bottom section from mid-ear down.
  2. Split bottom section in half and braid each half, angling each braid forward.
  3. Grab a strand from the braid tail, and carefully bunch the rest of the braid upward so that its messy like a rope.
  4. Wrap braid across head and pin it to secure.
  5. Wrap second braid over first to cover rubber band, and remove rubber band of second braid before pinning.
  6. Let the rest of your hair down.

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7 Comments under :: Pretty Simple :: Braided Headband
  1. Christian says:

    Oh, I LOVE this!!!

  2. What a fantastic tutorial! I’m always struggling with styling my hair, and this looks so easy and fabulous!

    xx Ivana
    Macarons and Pearls

  3. [...] easy hair style I can’t wait to try at holiday [...]

  4. [...] I Wanted to Try. This Braided Headband via Camille Styles [...]

  5. sunshine says:

    enjoyed the presentation. great

  6. Tiffany says:

    I did this and it came out perfect! It’s my summer hairstyle now!

  7. […] » Braided Headband. Why go buy that new headband when you can have a new look for free? My recent obsession has been this braided headband. It looks beautiful with hair down and teased up a little, as well as thrown back into a ponytail or bun for that second-day hair. Taking a section of hair on both sides of your head, create two small regular braids. This works usually works better with long pieces of hair that are further back on your head. Once you have both braids, bring the braid on the right over to the left side, across the top of your head and pin it back behind your ear. Now do the same for the other side. And that’s all there is to it! See why I love this look? […]

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