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    Miniature messy bun

    Tease the hair on your crown and back of head. Part hair, and twist bangs on both sides of your head back, adding more pieces as you go, until you reach the back of your head. Secure with bobby pins in an X shape. Pull the rest of your hair back as if into a ponytail, but do not pull ponytail all the way through, leaving it in a loop instead.

     

    Image from Pinterest user Katlovesjon, originally pinned from justjaredjr.com

    Image from Pinterest user AllisonS98519, originally pinned from refinery29.com

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    Braided ballerina

    Pull your hair into a pony, leaving your bangs, or first few inches of hair, out around the edges of your head. Once the pony is secured, choose a part for your bangs, and French braid both sides back to your ponytail. Secure ends of braids with bobby pins, then twist your ponytail until it curls around itself. Secure this with a hair elastic.

     

    Image from Pinterest user sydneylane97, original photo

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    Easy doubles

    Separate out your bangs into two sections. Start by French braiding each section for a few inches, and then regularly braid both sections until each braid reaches the back of your head. Keep one braid higher than the other, so it’s obvious that there are two braids! You can either pin it up into a messy bun, or leave down and wavy.

     

    Image via Pinterest user soullovelyfash, originally pinned from source

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    French fishtail

    Separate hair into two sections. Take a piece from the right side of your face, and cross it over the rest of the right section, and then under a section of hair on the left side of your face. Repeat with a small section of hair on the left side of your face, crossing it over the left section and underneath the right section, joining the piece with the already braided section. Repeat this until all hair is braided, then switch to either regular fishtailing, or slip hair into a pony.

    Image via Pinterest user Blaine9, image uploaded to Pinterest

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