Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Tutorial Tuesday: The Half Up Top Knot


Hello Lovelies and Happy Tuesday!  I am so excited to announce a new addition each week to the blog titled, Tutorial Tuesday.  Okay there is a solid chance I won't be able to get tutorials up every week so it could be every other, but none the less, tutorials are here to stay on Sandy Toes & Stilettos! Last week I posted my first ever tutorial on how I create my beauty waves seen here.  The response was pretty amazing if I can be honest with you all.  I was not expecting you to like it as much as you did.  Some of you mentioned buying the products and even trying this new technique and having some success.  It is those moments and those reasons that I created this little blog to begin with.  To connect with women, to share stories, tips and inspirations.  If I can help just one of you with each post then I feel that this is all so worth it. 

There are a few things I want to mention because I kind of left a few things out while trying to spare you from a 20 minute video.  

1) How I actually pull my hair up- I've noticed through photos that I initially used to use less hair and honestly I think I like that approach better.  I am not sure where along the way I started pulling more up so I suggest trying a few ways to see what works best for you!

2) My hair was 4 days unwashed in this video which is why some of the teasing went so well.  Make sure you watch the first part of my wavy hair tutorial if you haven't already.  It talks about some of the products I use to prep and prime my hair

3) I probably shouldn't really call this a top knot.  It is pretty bun like but lets just leave the wording out of it :)

4) Practice, Practice, Practice-  it really does make perfect!

As always, thank you for stopping by.  If you don't already, make sure you like my Facebook Page.  I always post there and will be using that more and more to talk about sales.  You can also go ahead and share my tutorials there.  Comments and Thumbs up on you tube are also welcome!



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