The Life Cycle of My Wet Set ~ Day Two

DAY TWO

It’s still pretty chilly here in Germany right now, so I will try and wear my hair mostly down for as long as I can. Once my curl starts to drop I will wear it up more.

For my second day, I chose to wear my fringe in a front pin curl and bring the sides up using a twist method and secure with hair combs. This is really a very simple vintage style and one that I wear a lot in many variations. I lightly brushed my hair with my Denman brush prior to styling and added a little bit of Precious Oil for shine and taming fly-aways.

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HOW-TO GUIDE

Here’s a little pictorial guidance on how to twist and secure the sides. You’ll want to grab the sides of your hair and hold it up towards the ceiling and twist inward toward the center of your head. Push the twist forward just a smidgen to give it some volume and secure with a hair comb.

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Now the other side

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Day 2 - 3

 

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8 thoughts on “The Life Cycle of My Wet Set ~ Day Two

  1. Natalie says:

    Lovely! If you twist your hair in the opposite direction you’ll get a little pomp when you pin it back. (For when you want to add additional variety).

    • Thank you! Twisting it in the opposite direction actually wouldn’t work for this look. Twisting it down will create a little pomp, however the bulk of the volume would be on the underside. I want the pomp and volume going upward, which is why I twist it up and in towards the ceiling.

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