How To Do A Retro Inspired Hair Roll by Phoebe Walker - Musely
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How To Do A Retro Inspired Hair Roll

posted in Beauty > Hair
12/16/2014
  • Divide the hair into two even sections. Tie one into a pigtail.
    Divide the hair into two even sections. Tie one into a pigtail.
  • Gather a handful of hair from the forehead of the free side of hair and twist it back.
    Gather a handful of hair from the forehead of the free side of hair and twist it back.
  • Hold the twist gently away from the scalp, and gather another handful of hair. Add the new handful to the first twist and give the whole thing a few more small twists.
    Hold the twist gently away from the scalp, and gather another handful of hair. Add the new handful to the first twist and give the whole thing a few more small twists.
  • Continue adding small handfuls of hair and twisting until all the hair on this side has been gathered into one big twist.
    Continue adding small handfuls of hair and twisting until all the hair on this side has been gathered into one big twist.
  • Ask someone to hold it out of the way or use a barrette/clip. Do the same thing on the other side
    Ask someone to hold it out of the way or use a barrette/clip. Do the same thing on the other side
  • Gather the two twists into a ponytail. Secure with a hair band.
    Gather the two twists into a ponytail. Secure with a hair band.
  • Use a comb to smooth any "messy spots" down into the roll. Use bobby pins to clip fine hair in place. You can leave this style as a ponytail, or go on to turn it into a bun.
    Use a comb to smooth any "messy spots" down into the roll. Use bobby pins to clip fine hair in place. You can leave this style as a ponytail, or go on to turn it into a bun.

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