There are always lazy morning that you dont even want to get out of your bed, let alone get ready for work, put on some make up and style your Vietnamese hair. You know who you are. You’re mad because you left too late to even stop and have breakfast. But you’ve gotta show up looking put together because even though you’re never on time, you’re still professional AF. You are my tribe.
Don’t worry, today we will show you a list of several looks you could do in 5 minutes and get to work earlier.
TEXTURED WRAP PONY
What you will need: small elastic, bobby pins, texturizing hair spray.
Spray your hair with texture spray then put your hair in a ponytail. Take a small thin section of hair from the ponytail and wrap it around the base. Pin it. Spray a little more and scrunch the pony to mess it up a little. As you can see– messy is the point! Throw on a lip pop and a tiny bit of mascara to make it all look cohesive. And here you go, a fancy wrap pony in less than 5 minutes. If you want the pony looks thicker and more volummious then use clip-in Vietnamese hair extenisions as an assistant.
THE FAT CROWN BRAID
What you will need: elastics, bobby pins, texture powder/
Spray a bit of water on your fresh hair or style your hair when it is still wet. Seperate your hair into 2 parts from the middle, create two dutch/inside-out braids, one on each side. Tie those off with small elastics. Tuck the tails of the braids into each other, then pin them in place.
Use the texture powder on the damp braids. Start pulling them apart. Head into the office or school and pull them just a little more an hour later. You get this gorgeous texture from the hair air drying in the braid. It’s like a glowing halo of romantic frizz. Guess frizz canbe good when controlled by a braid!
Or the easier way is to choose colored-match real hair extensions and you can braid these Vietnamese hair extensions into a braid the day before, the for the next day, all you have to do is to wear that prepared virgin hair extensions as a crown on your head.
EASY ACCESSORY-VIETNAM HAIR
What you will need: hair spray
Ponytail that gorgeous mane of yours and slap on an accessory. To make it look extra polished, part in the middle and use some shine enhancing hairspray to smooth it down. Add a little spray to the ponytail as well and jooj it!
What you will need: coconut oil, elastics, bobby pins and a brush
This is an easy way to pull off this look. But remember the trick: get it right, get it tight. Apply coconut oil gel all over and smooth through with a smoothing brush.
Gather your hair and put it in a tight ponytail, secure with an elastic. Twist the entirety of your Vietnamese hair all the way to the ends. Tie it off with the other small elastic without letting go. Once the elastic is on, coil the bun. Use large bobby pins to secure. The elastics you added will create an anchor for the pins.