Easy half up style for the Easter holidays
Spring is here and the Easter holidays are just around the corner. Like all holidays we want to look and feel our best but with minimal effort. This can be a fine balance between wanting to look great in your holiday pictures and wanting to sleep in a relax. The trick is to find a few styles that allow you to do both. This is one of those styles. It is easy and low key, meaning it is easy to create and goes with everything. This does not mean that it is boring though. It has a few pieces that make it look fab and comment worthy. Keep reading this step-by-step tutorial to get gorgeous holiday hair and don’t forget to #wearcliphair.
Step number 1: preparation
Your preparation is actually the most important part of this style. Once you have this part done the rest of your look will be incredibly quick and easy. Because this is half up style the placement of your extensions is more important than normal. Using a fishtail comb, create a division behind your ears, at the widest part of your head. Clip the top half out of the way for now. Add your 4-clip Cliphair clip in extension weft in. this will keep your base looking full. So it loos even clip a 2-clip weft in near your temples. Now you have your extensions in and they are blended add heat protecting serum to your hair. Divide all your hair into 2-inch sections and lightly curl it to create waves. If the curls are too tight run your fingers through the curls before you add hairspray.
Once your hair has cooled, separate some face-framing strands. Now you are going to gather the top half of hair you divided earlier. Twist the hair at the bottom of your crown so you have one thick twist, and secure with a clear hair tie. If you have thick hair you may also need to use a few hairpins to help you hold it in place.
Step number 3: create your twists
Now it is time for you to create a bit more detail for this look by making some twists. Take a section of hair from your left temple and twist it towards your face. It is better if the twist it a little on the lighter side for now. Drape it around the back of your crown and secure it around the back with some bobby pins. Pinch the twist gently so that it becomes fluffy and full. Repeat with a section of hair on your right side. You don’t have to do much to finish this style off as it is beautiful all by itself. If you want it to look less manicured try adding some texture to the lower half of your style and finish with some hairspray.