Wednesday, September 20, 2017

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Sultry Hair How-To: The Snake Braid Tutorial

Looking for a braided hairstyle that stands out from the crowd, but isn’t a killer to recreate? This is Jennie from TheBeautyPin.com and I’ve got just the braid for you! May I present the ever-so-sultry snake braid.

The snake braid is a great way to change up your braided look this season and it’s ridiculously easy (and fast!) to do. If you can do a basic three-strand braid, you can master this chic braid in no time. Here’s how!

The Snake Braid Tutorial:

1. Create a large diagonal forward section of hair behind your ear.

2. Split the section into three equal subsections. Apply a bit of pomade to your hand (about half the size of a dime) and smooth out each section. This will help make a smooth, clean braid. Begin braiding (a basic, three-strand braid) this section, keeping medium tension on the braid. You do not want this braid too tight or too loose.

3. Braid almost all the way down to the ends of your hair, leaving one to two inches left below where you stop the braid.

4. Take two of the sections and combine them to make one larger section (you will now only have two sections, one small and one large).

5. Take the smaller section and carefully slide it up the braid.

6. Keep sliding the smaller section up to the top of the braid.

7. Now slide the section back down to create a looser “s” pattern braid.

8. Wrap the snake braid around the back of your head and pin in place. Spray with a medium hold hairspray to add extra hold and tame any flyaways.

*TIP* Lift a small section of hair up and pin your snake braid below it. Drop the hair down so that it conceals where you pinned the braid in place.

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If you loved my snake braid tutorial, then you’ll really love learning how to recreate this double braided ponytail. Be sure to visit me over at TheBeautyPin.com for even more hair and beauty inspiration.

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My Miku Gallery Wall http://ift.tt/2xlLv1q

Everyone knows I’m obsessed with my dog Miku. So much, in fact, that I have an entire gallery wall of her portraits. Some are portraits I commissioned, some were given to me as gifts from friends and readers alike, and two (one is on another wall) were lucky flea market finds. I’ve been adding them little by little, but at some point the to-hang pile started to stack up. And I’m embarrassed to admit that I somehow lost my hammer. Yep, I used to build sets, but don’t have a hammer on hand (for shame). So when High & Mighty sent me some of their wall hanging products to use at Brooklyn Brigade with the promise of not needing any tools — their saying is “designed to be stuck up” —  I knew exactly what I would use them for. Not for Brooklyn Brigade — yet, although some studio changes are coming soon –but for adding some portraits to my Miku wall at home!

wall hanging hacks, DIY gallery wall, high & mighty wall hangers, high & mightly wall hanging kit review
wall hanging hacks, DIY gallery wall, high & mighty wall hangers, high & mightly wall hanging kit review

wall hanging hacks, DIY gallery wall, high & mighty wall hangers, high & mightly wall hanging kit review
wall hanging hacks, DIY gallery wall, high & mighty wall hangers, high & mightly wall hanging kit review
wall hanging hacks, DIY gallery wall, high & mighty wall hangers, high & mightly wall hanging kit review
wall hanging hacks, DIY gallery wall, high & mighty wall hangers, high & mightly wall hanging kit review

Here’s how it works: you place it, push it, and then hang whatever you choose. It has to be on drywall, of course (I don’t have superhuman strength to push anything through my brick walls, thanks), but that’s literally all you need to do. Place, push, hang. When I use a hammer and nail, I have to remove everything for fear of it crashing down on me from the vibration. But with these hangers, you just place them where you want them, push them in, and get to hanging. Its hooks anchor it in place — no wiggly nails in the drywall — and you can hang up to 20 lbs on the ones I used. They also come in 40 lb and 60 lb capacities (or even heavy duty kits up to 125 lbs), so you don’t have to stop at artwork. You can hang mirrors, clocks, or whatever your little heart desires. But why would I, when I have a wall full of precious Miku’s smiling face?

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p.s. In my mind, it will always be a work in progress…so friends, family, and readers…keep those Miku portraits coming:)

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