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Snow White Hair

by ysoldateague January 10, 2007

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I hope this is clear, taking photos of the back of my head was certainly an interesting challenge. Click on the photos to view them bigger, with the comments on flickr.
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I started with slightly damp, brushed hair. My hair at the moment is this long, and as I said yesterday thin and fine. This style is very simple though and works in my hair when it’s shorter. It might work well on lots of hair lengths and types. I left my hair a little damp because it makes this easier with freshly washed hair and also when you take it out leaves nice loose curls – a bit like the Disney Snow White’s hair.

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start twisting the hair inwards along the hairline

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continue twisting the hair inwards, working along the hairline and incorporating hair into the twist

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when you get to the centre back twist the remaining tail like this

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lift up the loose half of hair and pin the twisted tail along the nape underneath it

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do exactly the same for the other side and then add some more pins to make sure it won’t fall out
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this is how it looks from the front it’s a lot easier to do this neatly while you aren’t trying to photograph it

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