How to make casual pickups

How to make casual pickups

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Maybe you have a marriage, a party, or just an outing with friends. You want to look different and that’s why you prefer to change your hairstyle. Or maybe it’s very hot and you want to lift it but not make it look tight and stiff.

The ideal for these cases is a casual collection. We call this those hairstyles in which the hair is collected but that give a light, informal appearance, in which some strands go at their own pace. No hair or tight buns or ponytails in which there is not a hair out of place.

Here are some examples:

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1 Low bun

1 Low bun

Comb your hair and divide it into three parts, the two sides that are smaller than the central one. The sides will roll them on themselves, but not very tight.

Put something to secure them on the tips so it doesn’t fall apart.

Then you will take the central part and join it with the two sides, so that it forms a low bun. The effect of the other two side parts will make it look thicker but not tight.

When it’s all there, put something on it to hold it and pull out some strands.

2 Side bun

2 Side bun

For this collection it is necessary that your hair is quite long. Brush your hair and put it to the right or left side.

Now divide it into six strands.

The odd strands you will roll on themselves, the pairs you will leave them smooth. Now take all the strands and form one, which in turn you will roll on yourself.

Fold the bottom so that the elastic with which you will join it is disguised.

Now he puts together small strands so that it looks picked up but a little disheveled.

3 Braid

3 Braid

This braid can be made from above or below. Ideally, you should set it aside, not backwards. Divide your hair into three thick strands and go braiding it, but never tighten.

Once the braid is made and adjusted at the bottom, go making like holes with your fingers in the braid to make it even more open.

With a comb with a tip, go squeezing some small strands to make it look good.

4 Low ponytail

4 Low ponytail

Brush your hair well. Now put your head forward, so that the hair falls out and then raise it, so that your hair acquires volume.

With your hands, straighten your hair and grab it on a tail of low hair.

Adjust it with a garter and then put a very thick grip on it (either a ribbon, a leather that measures about five centimeters wide).

With this a beautiful contrast between the casual hair and the thick strip will be achieved.

5 High ponytail

5 High ponytail

Just like before, brush your hair.

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Put your head down and while you are in that position, grab the ponytail at the height of your crown, but without adjusting.

When you raise your head the tail will fall a little. Pull a few strands of hair from the temples.

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