Summer Braids Class at Parlor Blow Dry Bar

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I had the pleasure of meeting about 40 local women for the Summer Braids class I taught at Parlor Blow Dry Bar on Monday evening. Oh my gosh it was so fun, and the only thing I would have changed was to add more time! I demo’d about 4 different styles and then told everyone to get up and practice on themselves while I wandered around and helped.

The class was really casual and my goal was to have everyone in there leaving with some kind of braid in their hair. And while I didn’t get to stand at the door and check, I’m pretty sure most people left feeling at least a little bit more comfortable with braiding their own hair!

It was so fun to be behind the chair again, and I hope to host another one of these classes soon. Big thanks to everyone who came out, and ENORMOUS thanks to Parlor for creating the perfect environment for the evening!

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Falyn says · 07.24.15

That looked like a fun class and WOW your hair has gotten really long. I am from Nova Scotia, Canada and wish people would have classes like this! Great job! I enjoy your blog so very much!

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Susan Schnitzler says · 07.24.15

What a fun class! I’m going to suggest this to my hair stylist.
Your pictures are so great! Your hair is fabulous and you look amazing, Kate!

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Sarai Hansen says · 07.24.15

What a fun girls night idea! I bet little girls would love to learn how to do an ‘Elsa’ style braid in their hair! I love the braid that you have in your hair, in your photos. Do you have a tutorial for that braid that I’m missing?

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Marcia says · 07.24.15

Please come to Chicago and host one!

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Elise says · 07.24.15

Oh my goodness! Yes, please come teach a class in Chicago/Milwaukee!!! Your hair looked fabulous, as always. 😉 Truly love reading and viewing your photos and posts!
~Elise~

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Hannah says · 07.24.15

Kate, you look so in your element in these pictures! You can really see how much you love doing hair. By the way, I love your hair this length. It’s looks great on you!

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Missy says · 07.24.15

Kate, any advice for a girl with thin hair? Whenever I try a braid it is so thin and sad!

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Hannah Dawson says · 07.24.15

I was out of town and didn’t get to come, but I hope to make it if you have another one. I need all the hair help I can get!

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Sheena Clifton says · 07.24.15

So, if I wanted to totes still your hair cut, how would I explain it to my hair stylist? My hair is equally as long, pretty thick but just needs a new cut and some life without sacrificing the length.

Also, you’re fantastic and I love, love, love the blog.

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Erin @ Her Heartland Soul says · 07.24.15

Beautiful braids! I wish I had your hair talent!

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Holly Housewife says · 07.25.15

Beautiful braids!
You should do a few videos on how to braid on others. Would love to learn some braid tricks to use on my sisters and future daughter 😉

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Evelina says · 07.25.15

I so wish I could have been there. Looks like you had a great turn out!

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Mandy says · 07.27.15

Your hair style here is my favorite!!! Can you do a tutorial including the style of braid and how you go the waves? LOVE!!!!

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Tracy John says · 07.28.15

This was such a fun class! My daughter and I had a great time! Thank you for being such a gracious host and for taking the time to talk to us.

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Adeline says · 07.29.15

This looks like so much fun! I wish I had more hair! Mine is so thin and dark that braids make it look really flat and sparse and you can see my part shining bright white haha! Any tips???

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[email protected] better way to homeschool says · 08.03.15

I am the mom of five boys with hair down to my waist. I would LOVE to find or start a class like this near me. I have been growing my hair out for a couple of years in honor of a little girl fighting cancer. I hope to donate it soon. BUT, I have fallen in love with long hair again… I could really use help learning new braids:).

By the way, I found you on #MOB and I am so glad!!

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