DIY Hairstyle: Styling the Lob (Cont.)

I hope everyone is having a great weekend! So the last diy hairstyle post was all about styling the “lob”, and today I’m going to show you two more styles that can be done with this haircut. The first one I’m going to show how to do is super easy. This style is great if you’re in a rush and don’t have much time, but still want your hair to look styled and put together.

Look 1

Step 1

Take a section of hair from both sides of your head and tie them together with a clear rubber band in the middle.

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Step 2

Then take another section of hair from underneath the previous section on both sides and intertwine it with the already tied hair. Use bobby pins if needed to make sure it is secured.

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Step 3 (Optional)

Leave out desired hair around the face.

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That’s it! Very quick and simple, but still trendy and finished. Easy enough right?

Look 2

This next style is a little dressier of a style and again incorporates braids, which are very in at the moment.

Step 1

Begin by sectioning your hair in the middle of your head, clipping the top separate from the bottom. diy 8.jpg

Step 2

Next create an inside out braid on the bottom section of the hair and tie with a rubberband.

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Step 3

Once the braid is finished tuck the tail of the braid underneath and secure it with a bobby pin. Once the bottom braid is done, do the same steps to the top section, braiding the hair, tie it with a rubberband, and tuck it under and pin. You can also tease the hair at the crown to give it the desired height you’d like.

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Final Look

As you can see the finished look appears as one combined braid, giving you a fun updo!

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I hope you guys enjoyed all of the styles you can achieve while having a shorter hair cut. And for any of you that were on the fence about cutting your hair,  that this gives you a little extra confidence to take the plunge!

Xoxo,

Alicia

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