The City Sage: Romantic Twist Braid Hair Tutorial

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January 21, 2014


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This is the bestest hair tutorial. Yay for beautiful simplicity. Thank you so much for sharing it!


So it's actually bobby pinned all the way down to get that 'wrapped' kinda look after you've moved down past the head?? Does it actually hold up throughout the day (ie is it actually a wearable style)? It looks too delicate for a 'normal' day! Haha

robin pulsifer

that looks so gorgeous! i have super fine hair too. for fun...which kind of extensions did she use? would be fun to try myself! thanks for sharing. ;)

Connie @ Simply Sweet Hair

I just love this hairstyle. I've never seen anything like it before and I think it's beautiful! I just had to share it on my hair blog. You can see it here:
Can't wait to try this one!


This is beautiful! I've been looking for something a bit different and this would be perfect if it stays. I bet those corkscrew pins from Goody would work really well here - love those things.


What a creative hairstyle! You certainly made it look easy. But it is still fun to look at, hopefully I can recreate it myself. Ha!


Beautiful hair style. Easy to make. Simple steps. Very creative. Helpful tutorial.


I'm thinking about having this hairstyle for prom!<3


So pretty! Going to attempt this by myself on my crazy curls // timidlioness

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