Braided Wavy Boho Hair TutorialMay 12, 2017 / byElsie Larson / Categories : Feeds
Hi, friends! Lately, I have been working on adding more variety to my hair routine. I typically wear my go-to style, but I have been trying to mix it up a bit by adding braids and playing around with different variations.
Here’s a quick style that I love wearing that is super simple to style myself in just a few minutes before rushing out the door!
Step One: Tease the top using a teasing brush. Tease 2-3 layers of hair just an inch or two from your scalp to add volume, but not create a full-on nest.
Step Two: Add braids starting from the front, near the bangs or front, center part.
Step Three: Pull braids out piece by piece, so they look fuller.
Step Four: Pin braids in the back.
Step Five: Keep adding more small and large braids to create a messy, boho look.
Step Six: If you want, add a few more braids to the bottom of your hair.
I am having so much fun playing with different looks. If you try this one, tag us on Instagram so we can see! xx -Elsie
Credits//Author: Elsie Larson. Photography: Amber Ulmer. Styling Assistant: Alexa Montgomery. Photos edited with A Beautiful Mess actions.
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