Pull back your hair on one side. While the most common type of half up styles involve pulling the top section of your hair back right at the back of your head, you can often get a more glamorous look if you pin the hair over to one side. Take a section of hair from one side of your head, and push it back to the side of your head.
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How do you style a half up half down hairstyle?
This article has been viewed 83,828 times. Half up half down hairstyles are easy to create and extremely versatile. Try a messy half bun or tousled half up braids for a laid-back, casual vibe. For more formal styles, try a twisted halo or half double French braids.
What can I do with half up hair?
Try to enliven your locks with a couple of fishtail braids. Plus, having your hair pulled back, as shown, acts like a headband, keeping flyaways out of your face on your busy days. Wear your half-up hairdo to the side with a bow (or a piece of cute fabric) for a quirky finish to your coif.
How do you style half up braids?
Try a messy half bun or tousled half up braids for a laid-back, casual vibe. For more formal styles, try a twisted halo or half double French braids. Be sure to have extra bobby pins, clear hair elastics, and hair spray within reach to easily complete your chosen look!
How to wear a half ponytail?
Secure the half ponytail at the base with a clear hair elastic. For a sleek look, pull the half ponytail up and secure it firmly. For a messy, natural vibe, gather and secure the top half of your hair loosely. Pull down a few face-framing tendrils to soften the look even more. You can accomplish this look with chin-length, medium, and long hair.