When I get creative with my hair, one of my favorite things to do is to incorporate a piece of fabric or a scarf into the style. Since the trend on our homepage this week is Girl Gone Grunge, I re-visited this technique, but this time using a piece of flannel fabric to add in a touch of grunge. Using the fabric to wrap around braids or tie in your hair is a different way to do something creative with your hair and it’s so simple to do!
All you need is:
…I found some cheap flannel shirts at a thrift store and cut long strips of fabric from the shirts. You could also pick up some flannel fabric at a nearby fabric store.
For this style, all you have to do is throw your hair into a low bun and find a good spot to tie in a piece of fabric. You can tie the fabric around the center of the bun, or at the base. It’s fun to get creative with it and try a few ways.
I love the way the fabric looks wrapped around two braids. It’s best to braid your hair first, then start at the top of the braid with your fabric and criss-cross your way down until you have reached the hair band. To secure the fabric at the top of the braids, you can add in a few bobby pins to hold it tight.
I used the same criss-cross wrap technique on this style, but tried it on a different look that incorporated two French braids.
Do you have any other style tips on incorporating fabric into hair? We would love to hear!
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