Pin under the braided bun or, for a slightly fancier flourish, tuck their ends into the bun before securing.Watch this video for a refresher on how to braid hair. Gather your remaining hair at the nape of your neck. His weapon -- a cookie press with a plastic-cup-and-cone insert -- protects him from alien encounters. Next, create a fishtail braid: Separate the ponytail into two sections. This costume is best for a child with hair that's short but not too cropped. This mask is made from adorning a basic mask with inexpensive fabric roses. Straight hairstyle men. To turn your kid into a charismatic cowboy, just rustle up some brown-paper grocery and trash-compactor bags. Repeat on the opposite side, positioning the second braid behind the first. For this style, hair should be medium to long in length. Twist each braid until it curls into itself; bobby-pin in place. Her updo, wrapped in a potted-plant fence, is ideal for tucking in silk roses. Here, we created a pair of wings to turn any trick-or-treater into the perfect butterfly. Hairstyle red. Next, pull one braid up over your head and bobby-pin it an inch back from your hairline. Use one hand to hold this section up and the other to tease it at the roots with a fine-tooth comb, making a little pouf. Here, a headband serves as the base for a devilish pair of horns. For a more bohemian effect, gently pull the braid apart with your fingers. Gather your hair to one side in a low ponytail, securing it close to the base of your neck with a clear elastic.
Part it the way you like, then separate a one-inch section of hair at each temple and clip those sections out of the way.
Haircuts and Hairstyles Trends 2017 2018: The Top Ten For.Hold one section; with your other hand, take a narrow strip of hair from the outside of the other section and bring it over to the one in your hand. Finally, with a pair of scissors, carefully cut out the top elastic to give the braid a loose, casual look. Velour dresses and bright tights bring it all together without a single stitch. A boy's jacket, its collar turned up, is embellished with bright buttons and tacked-on rickrack at the cuffs. Form a fishtail braid, then twist the braid around itself to create a “flower.” Pin to hold. Which is why we used it to create beguiling accessories -- hats, wings, garlands, and skirts -- instead of entire outfits. These friends wear felt-petal collars and "pollen" headdresses topped with stickers. We made the bees with pipe cleaners; chenille bees are available at crafts stores. His hair, groomed with spray-on dye, has sprouted into lush grass, a stomping ground for plastic critters. Combine them with a plain black top and pants, and a headband with pipe-cleaner antennae. Then anchor the braids to the bottom of the pouf with bobby pins Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Halle Berry At a Tiffany And Co By Jenna Rosenstein You have successfully subscribed to our newsletter