Here’s the makeup tutorial for the Galaxy Girl Glitter Buns that I recently posted.
I thought this makeup would be hard to recreate but it’s actually pretty simple if you take the time to blend it all out. The most difficult part was gluing the glitter to my skin because it kind of clumped up so I highly recommend using white paint or eyeliner to draw on the constellations.
Also, I wish I’d used some temporary pink or blue hair dye so consider that as an option if you decide to recreate this costume! Happy Haunting! Thank you so much for watching! xoxo, Missy
Happy October! It’s already sweater weather around here and it actually makes me really nervous for winter, lol. I’ve been stocking up on sweaters and love the texture detail of this one. I bought it one size up so it’d fit a little looser and it’s sooo cozy!
Over the weekend my younger brother got married. It was a beautiful celebration and a ton of work but it was so fun to catch up with the relatives that came. I’m always the most grateful for family during these types of get-togethers.
My brother’s fiancé (now wife) asked me to do her hair. She wanted a simple, beautiful low bun and I loved the way it turned out. I wasn’t able to get any good pictures of it so maybe once she gets the pictures from the photographer, I’ll be able to get a copy of it.
Halloween is coming up soon so I’m excited to be sharing my first Halloween tutorial. I am not a fan of wearing intricate, fussy costumes so today I’m sharing how to recreate these easy double messy buns for this galaxy/space/alien girl.
This is my “signature” bun so if you’ve been following me for a while then you’ve seen me do this style of bun hundreds of times! It’s forever a favorite!
Comment below what you’re planning to be for Halloween! Thank you so much for watching! xoxo, Missy
Today’s tutorial was inspired by the Half Wrapped Bun that I recently shared. I wanted to try the same type of style but with a more textured bun and love how this one turned out.
The key for this style is to make the twists big enough to cover the hair padding underneath. If you have thinner hair you can try using a smaller hair cushion or clip in some extensions for extra volume. I think this would be so pretty with a smaller bun and would even work with any type of braid – french braid, dutch braid, whichever type is your favorite!
Let me know what you think of this style in the comments below and whether or not you plan to try it out! Thanks so much for reading! xo, Missy
Step 1 / Begin by parting the hair on the right side.
Step 2 / Divide out a section of hair on the left side, from the part down to the left ear and clip away the forward hair.
Step 3 / Combine the remaining hair and tie it into a low ponytail above the nape of the neck.
Step 4 / Take two bobby pins and slide them over an elastic band so there’s one on each side of the elastic.
Step 5 / Flip the ponytail up towards the top of the head and slide one bobby pin underneath the ponytail on the right side about an inch above the base of the ponytail.
Step 6 / Wrap the elastic over the top of the ponytail hair, and then slide the other bobby pin underneath the ponytail on the left side.
Step 7 / Grab a hair cushion and place this over the two elastic bands, near the nape of the neck and slide some bobby pins around the edges to hold it in place.
Step 8 / Lay the ends of the ponytail over the hair cushion and divide it into four sections.
Step 9 / Take the left most section from the ponytail, twist it together towards the right side, and then lay it over the hair cushion on the left side.
Step 10 / Pin the twist against the cushion with a bobby pin at the center and then go back over the twist, pulling on the edges to make it really big and full.
Step 11 / Then pin the twist again at the base of the bun.
Step 12 / Pick up a new section of hair from the ponytail, next to the previous section. Twist this section together towards the left, pull on the edges to make it bigger and more full and then pin it next to the first twist, at the base of the bun.
Step 13 / Repeat those same steps with the two remaining sections of hair, creating two more twisted sections, pinning them over the hair cushion on the right side.
Tip: Make sure to pull the twists large enough that they hide any gaps between the twists. You want to hide as much of the hair cushion as you can with the hair.
Step 14 / Now take the hair that’s sticking out the bottom of the bun and divide this into two sections.
Step 15 / Taking the left section, twist this together, pull on the edges to make it bigger and lay it along the left side of the bun, pinning it in place at the top.
Step 16 / Then do the same thing with the hair on the right side, wrapping it up the right side of the bun and pinning it at the top.
Step 17 / Now let down the hair that was clipped away at the beginning and divide out a small section near the part for the twist braid.
Step 18 / Split this section into two pieces and cross the left strand over the right strand.
Step 19 / Add a new section of hair into bother sides and cross the left strand over the right strand again.
Step 20 / Repeat those steps adding new sections into each side, twisting each section towards the face and crossing the left strand over the right strand.
Step 21 / Once all of the hair is brought into the braid then continue the twist down to the ends.
Step 22 / Go back over the twist and pull on the edges to make it bigger and more full.
Step 23 / Lay the braid over the top of the bun and pin it in place with bobby pins.
Step 24 / Set everything in place with hairspray and smooth down any flyaways.
Today’s tutorial is this pretty half up hairstyle inspired by @svglamour on instagram. I love looking through pictures of hairstyles and always feel so inspired by the different hairstylists I follow on instagram and pinterest. It’s so amazing to see everyone’s unique styles and perspectives on hair. It has always been so fun for me to share my passion for hair and I love seeing it from so many other people as well.
On another note, Halloween is coming up soon and I’m planning a few tutorials. Let me know in the comments below if there’s a specific Halloween tutorial you’d love to see! Thanks so much for reading! xo, Missy