Messy hair, don't care

Wednesday, October 01, 2014


I've long given up on the idea of neat, not-a-hair-out-of-place hair. I was forced to embrace messy hair years ago out of exasperation, it rarely looked anything but a bit of a mess! Normally, I wear my hair down but I fancied trying something a little different, so when I came across this super simple tutorial on Pinterest I was smitten and keen to try it out. I plaited, pinned, and popped in a pretty comb.

It's not easy to take a photo of the back of your own head when you can't find your tripod!

Despite being on the messy side, it felt really quite elegant. Inevitably I'm now on the hunt for more interesting, but easy, hair tutorials. This Braided Tuck tutorial has been added to the list of styles to try, it looks pretty easy and a nice one to just do-and-go, but more interesting than your average ponytail.

Do you have a go to up-do?

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7 comments

  1. Fellow messy haired girl right here! x

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  2. Ha. My hair is like a hay stack!!!! Always looks messy! I love this do!!! X

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    1. I love it too, especially because it is so easy!

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  3. One of my favourite things to do is pin hair tutorials on Pinterest and then utterly fail to actually be able to do them.

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    1. *chuckles* ah yes, that happens all to often!

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  4. I love naturally messy hair but mine always ends up frizzy.

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