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Hair tutorial #4



 Sorry about the lack of pictures,  I didn't realize how cute this one would be until I was already finished. Luckily though it is a pretty straight forward hairdo. that doesn't really require much explanation. :)

Step 1: First you part the hair down the middle.  put one side into a ponytail or a clip to keep it out of the way.
Step 2: split the other side in half  then section off two little sections. Braid each section.
Step 3: Cross a braid to the other side and gather another section of hair and put it into a ponytail.
do the same with the other braid , repeat 2 more times. then pull all the hair into a ponytail.
repeat these steps on other side of head.


 Curl each ponytail towards face in one big curl.( if hair is thick curl in sections in the same direction, then comb into one big curl.) Finish with some cute bows.




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