For the final hair tutorial from our current series, we have a beautifully soft and feminine half-up twist style to share with you.
Once again, we have used our curly 3 piece clip in extension set in the 18 inch length, which is part of our heat resistant range.
Part off the top section of your hair and clip it up to keep out of the way.
With the hair that’s down, first attach the larger piece from your extension set in the middle of your head. Then take your two smaller extensions and attach them on either side. Once all three have been clipped in, you will have a line of extensions all the way around your head.
Let down the hair you had clipped up at the start and gently brush to help blend the extensions with your own hair.
Roughly at eye level, gather some of your hair at the front and twist it backwards. Use a hair grip to clip this in place at the back of your head. Repeat this on the other side.
Where the hair has been clipped from each side, take those two ends, combine together and twist until you create a twisted bun style. Using hair grips, pin the end down to secure, with additional grips through the bun if necessary.
And you’re done! This simple, twisted style is so easy to achieve and will have you looking great in no time.
You can find the full video for this tutorial on our Instagram and Facebook. If you haven’t already, make sure you have a look at the other hairstyles in this series for plenty more inspiration.
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