DIY Summer Hair

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DIY Summer Hair

I love summer. LOVE summer. I love warm weather, swimming pools, fresh air, picnics, vacations, fireflies….I could go on forever. I also LOVE summer hair. It is the perfect time to put away the hair dryer, put your hair up and stay cool. You don’t have to compromise fashion for comfort. I have some great DIY summer hair ideas using Goody Hair accessories. A simple hair accessory can make a big difference!

Milk Maid braids. (Avani Katdare)

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1-Part hair in the middle and make a ponytail on each side.
2-Braid to the end and band the ends with elastic.
3-Pin the braids to cross over using bobby pins.
4-Add a Goody Hair accessories to each side.

 

2) The “Frozen” Inspired Braid. (Gretchen Goldsmith)

 

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This braid was inspired by Disney’s popular movie “Frozen.” Instead of the twist, I used an inverted french braid. Using the braid seems to keep the hairdo more secure. Especially for younger girls.

1-Part hair on the side.
2-Start making an inverted french braid on the fuller side.
3-Continue to pull hair into the braid while keeping braid low to the nape of the neck.
4-When you come right below the ear, stop the braid and band hair into a pony tail.
5-Twist the remaining hair into a bun and pin with bobby pins.
6-Add a Goody Hair accessory.

 

 

3) Headbands (Carissa Stelter, Tonya Taylor)

 

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Goody has a wide variety of headbands. Stretchy bands for athletic hair, silky bands for a dressier look, lacy bands, classic bands…etc. You can easily add headbands to short hair to dress it up or long hair. With longer hair you can add a headband to braids, ponytails, french twists, etc.

 

 

4) The “donut” bun (Mindy Boitnott)

 

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I love the mesh donuts. They are the easiest way to create a full bun. This mesh bun is not from Goody, but the hair accessory and bobby pins are.

1-create a high pony tail with a goody hair band.
2-pull mesh bun to the base of the pony tail
3-find center of ponytail and then spread hair over the bun.
4-secure hair with Goody bobby pins

 

5) Double Bun (Michelle Hutchens)

 

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Super easy, and super pretty!

1-Create two ponytails. One on top of the other.
2-Twist bottom ponytail first into a bun and then secure it using Goody bobby pins.
3-Twist the top ponytail into a bun and again, secure it using bobby pins

4-Add Goody hair accessory.

 

6) Side bun using Goody “Spin Pin”

 

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I was a skeptic about this one because my daughter and I both have thick hair. It often takes quite a few hairpins to create a bun. This really works-and is much more comfortable then bobby pins.

1-Pull hair into a side ponytail and use a hair band to hold it in place.

2-wrap hair into bun

3- Twist the pins into hair on opposite sides. Avoid letting the pins touch each other

4) Add Goody hair accessory.

Thanks Goody for supplying the great hair supplies. Try these hairstyles at home and send us a picture! Summer is finally here and we are ready!!

Here is the clip from today’s “Living with Lindee” segment on “Daytime Blue Ridge.”

http://youtu.be/rnNaiWBsSDw

American wife to this Indian life. I am a right-brained, American woman married to a left-brained Indian man. I love art, design, up-cycling and multiple DIY projects at the same time. He loves simplicity and order. Follow us on this cultural collision as I combine our personalities and cultural differences through art, design, food, and raising kids. When I am not working on a craft or project, I co-host a lifestyle/entertainment show called "Daytime Blue Ridge," on our local NBC affiliate, WSLS 10. www.DaytimeBlueRidge.com

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