Elven Tieback and Info on My School Life

Hello, mellons! It’s Kiki! Long time no see, eh? I get so much homework that “free time” is a foreign concept. This school is college prep so that’s why I have so much work and why it’s set up like one. I have a plaza and at least an hour (sometimes more) a day of “free time” which is the time you get any homework done. Adjusting is the hardest part. I have to get up early and figure out my classes and what they want me to answer for my assignments. Also the kids, they are just trashy here. Saying at least two curse words inΒ  every sentence, talking about inappropriate things, and the boys in my grade especially, make fun of literally everyone (even me). My teachers are pretty nice though, especially my English teacher, Mr. C.

I had a algebra presentation yesterday and I got 95! I was super nervous and it was just me not with a group or anything. I would’ve got 100 if I had more eye contact but 95 is still pretty good. I also have a Spanish presentation Monday. I made a power-point about Antoni Gaudi.

Anyway, I squeezed in hairstyle tutorial pics to my schedule so without further ado!

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Here are the supplies you’re going to need: wire-wigged brush, baby elastics, spray bottle, and a device so you can read this tutorial post πŸ˜€

img_9790Mist hair and brush.

img_9791Take out a little section of hair in the front on both sides (and these sections will stay out the entire time.)

img_9792Now, take on the top and start an intricate French braid.

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Stop adding hair on the bottom a little past the ear. The correct terminology is a ‘lace braid’.

img_9793Stop adding hair on the top when you hit the middle of the head and just continue a regular three strand braid and then secure with an elastic.

img_9795Repeat on the other side.

img_9796Take a little section and split it into two pieces and then twist.

img_9797It should look like this and then repeat on the other side.

img_9798Clip the two twisted sections onto the top of the head and unravel the braids, but not all the way.

img_9799Take the two unraveled braids and start a fishtail.

img_9800Once you a fishtailed a little, include the twisted sections.

img_9801Finish off the fishtail till you run out of hair and secure with an elastic. Now, here’s a little photo-shoot so you can see her face and to give more of an “elven” feel.

img_9868img_9872img_9869img_9873img_9871img_9870Well, I hope you’ve enjoyed this post! Comment down below if you’re going to try this and if you think it’s beautiful! Also, tell me how you’re school year is going so far?

Novaer mellonanins,

Ps: How do you like my new blog theme and design? And what’s your favorite hairstyle I’ve done so far?

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21 thoughts on “Elven Tieback and Info on My School Life

  1. Sorry to hear about your bad experiences with your peers. Cursing REALLY bugs me too! There are so many words in the English language. You don’t need curse words, people. Maybe you can bring some uplifting music with you and drown out their inappropriate weirdness with awesomeness.
    Nice tutorial – how did you keep the camera still?

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    1. Thank you πŸ™‚ Same! Yes!
      Thanks- Well, I actually take them with my phone (I really want a camera though) and I hold the doll between my legs and try not to move😜

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