Headband Tuck Tutorial
Most girls love wearing headbands. Be it a thick headband, a thin one, still it looks great on your head. A headband is an additional accessory that complements one’s hairstyle by making her look gorgeous. Sometimes it can be the only accentuated part on your hair, in other cases it can just serve as basis to create another hairstyle in the back.
It is known to all lovely hairstyle addicted girls, that a headband can be an ideal choice to keep the front part of the hair neat and elegant, while you progress in doing the hair at the back. Whenever you have a very interesting hairstyle to create and you do not know how to style the crown part, then a headband will come to your rescue.
However, a headband can be a magic tool for styling a super-trendy updo. Below, you can learn the headband tuck tutorial, which is really extremely easy and doesn’t require any professional hair styling skills. It is a very popular trend nowadays and really works well for those lazy days when you want to complete your final look just within seconds.
Volume is the mandatory factor for creating this hairstyle. If you have thin hair you will first of all have to tease your hair for a better result. In case your hair is way too straight, then first of all make some curls. And please note that whenever your hair is freshly washed, you will not likely have the chance to grip it easily. So either use some hairspray prior to starting the styling or style the tuck when your hair is not clean.
The first step, as has already been mentioned is teasing the hair. Once you tease the hair in the back take a headband and put it on top of your head, letting your hair remain underneath. Make sure to have your hair parted in the middle, so that the crown part looks well under the headband. Next steps are so easy that you will not even notice how soon you get to the finish. Start tucking your hair into your headband from the top, tucking down inside. Keep on tucking the hair on a line reaching your ears next. Once you finish tucking near the ear, start the same procedure on the opposite side, by bringing the tuck till the ear again. At the end of procedure you have to tuck the back part of the hair. To make a tight bun at the nape of the neck you should divide the hair into several thin sections and tuck them gently inside tightly. You can feel free to tuck the hair in a messy way, so that the bun looks more natural. To make this gorgeous headband tuck last long, apply hairstyling spray for a firm grip.
With these simple and quick steps you created a lovely look. You can now boast that you are an author of a real hairstyling masterpiece. Share these tips with your friends and keep on following our posts to learn new trendy hairstyle techniques.
How to Style a Headband Tuck Updo
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