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Soft, Curly Updo

Soft, Curly Updo #updo #bun #curlyhair

With soft, loose tendrils framing your face, this stylish updo is both unique and requires little time and effort. Start with a good curl defining product and scrunch your hair to create as many curls as you can. Then, using a diffuser, dry your curls into luscious, thick curls. Leave enough curls to gently frame your face and twist the remaining hair delicately into the back. Secure it with bobby pins or a clip.

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Cascading Curls

Cascading Curls #updo #curlyhair

If you are looking for classy updos for medium length hair sporting your luscious locks, try cascading curls. This style works great for formal occasions. The straight and sleek style of the back is a great contrast for the gorgeous cascading curls on the top of your head.

This style works best for those with naturally curly hair. To achieve this look, blow dry your curls with a diffuser, after applying a curling and styling mousse or gel. Then section out the topmost portion of your curls, gently, and pin them out of the way temporarily.

Next, brush your hair up and over to one side, above the ear, brushing as tightly and flatly as you can. Twist into a tight bun and secure with pins and a hair tie. Use pins to create any style you wish with the curls in the bun, allowing a few strands to fall out if desired. Next, remove the section you secured previously and let those curls fall gracefully on top of your head creating a flirty, sexy look.

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Elegant Twisted Bun

Elegant Twisted Bun #updo #braids #mediumhair

This sleek bun works great for an evening out or special event as it is extremely stylish and sophisticated. First, apply a texture product to your hair, and make a side part. From both sides, take a section of hair from near the temple and secure with a hair clip. Then, where it is parted, twist a section of hair.

Then pick up another section from the same spot, near your hairline and twist it once with the first. Do the same with the remaining hair working toward the back, leaving the hair on the temple out. Once all of your hair is twisted back (with the exception of the section remaining near the temple), secure it tightly with elastic.

Repeat with the other side until the two sections meet. Then remove the twist from the first, secure both twists together and then tie with the hair tie, rolling the twists into a bun and securing with bobby pins. Curl any remaining sections with a medium-barreled curling iron and spray the entire head with a good finishing spray.

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