5 easy updos for Christmas

Christmas is just around the corner and once everything for the day is organised, why not turn your attention to
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Christmas is just around the corner and once everything for the day is organised, why not turn your attention to your look on the day?

Don’t leave looking for an easy hairstyle for Christmas Day to the last minute – here’s 5 updos that are so simple but elegant.

1. Elegant high bun

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Step 1: Brush all of your hair so it is sleek and knot-free

Step 2: Tie your hair in a neat high pony tail

Step 3-5: Take your hair donut and slide hair through the middle to the base of your pony tail

Step 6: Splay out all your hair around the donut.

Step 7: Twist hair around donut in one direction.

Step 8: Secure with bobby pin.

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2. Sweepy low bun

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Step 1: Clip up the crown section of your hair and tease.

Step 2: Tie the rest of your hair up into a ponytail

Step 3: Take the ponytail and twist tightly. Pull one piece of hair at the ends and hold on while you push the rest of it up to create a messy piece.

Step 4: Twist the messy ponytail around and secure.

Step 5: Twist your crown piece of hair around the bun in a clockwise direction.

Step 6 and 7: Secure the ends.

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3. Fancy two-step bun

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Step 1: Twist pieces of hair around each other on one side.

Step 2: Twist around like a normal bun and secure!

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4. Easy roll-up do

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Step 1: Brush all your hair so it is smooth and knot free.

Step 2: Gather hair into low ponytail.

Step 3: Put your finger through your ponytail to create a hole, then loop the hair through itself.

Step 4: Loop the hair through the hole again.

Step 5: Loop the ponytail through the hole and secure the end.

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5. Roll chignon

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Step 1: Brush all your hair so it is smooth and knot free.

Step 2: Gather hair into low ponytail.

Step 3: Put your finger through your ponytail to create a hole, then loop the hair through itself.

Step 4: Loop the hair through the hole again.

Step 5: Keep your finger there and keep rolling the hair around it. Secure with a pin.

via Bea’s Beauty Blog

How will you be wearing your hair this Christmas?

  1. Lovely. Now if I can grow my hair 20 cm between now and Christmas I will do one of them for the day.

  2. Don’t go to hairdresser…I went Friday …cut wrong…died from nice blonde to very dark brown…never ever going again …

  3. I have always admired anyone who can do anything with their hair! I am totally hamfisted and once,during a blow dry debacle,had to cut a tubular brush out of my tangled mares nest while trying to simply turn my hair under! So! I’ll be in usual wash and rush mode and no new styles for me!

    • i had that happen but thank goodness i finally got it out without having to cut it. I have grown my hair and let the natural curl take over but i can’t and never have been able to do much with it. would love to try these styles.

    • My daughter and grand daughters are fantastic! Two of the girls had hair down to their waists and they are able to do all these wonderful styles.

  4. Love the lead shot, ( mature woman) the rest are not so simple. Up do’s are just one reason I wear my hair long.

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