My favorite hair tutorial videos
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I’ve noticed a shift in what people say when they run into me in public and recognize me. A few years ago, perhaps only 1 year ago, people would say that they follow my blog and know me from my blog or pinterest.
“Hey, I follow you on instagram” is the most common phrase I hear when meeting new readers.
Blogging has changed so, so much in the nearly 7 years since I started. Some of it is really great, exciting change, and some things have taken a bit of a downturn in my opinion.
But, despite all of that, one of the biggest challenges that bloggers face is repurposing older content. There is an incredible pressure to produce high quality, engaging, interesting, applicable content on a daily basis. Whenever I think about that I always think about how magazines have entire TEAMS of talented people to create content for their publication. While there isn’t a personal connection to a magazine like their is to a blogger, it’s still incredible to think about what bloggers have done thus far, and what they have yet to do.
Anyway, my blog’s popularity was mainly based on my video hair tutorials several years ago. I was doing hair at the time and loved filming weekly hair tutorials to publish on the site on Mondays. I love that they have helped so many of you learn the basics or learn more complicated updo’s!
While I’m not filming new hair tutorials nearly as much these days (for a few reasons, one of them being there are only SO many ways to style one’s hair, you know?) , I thought I’d link to a few of my favorites for you to check out below!
the 2 step bun — SO easy and great for days you don’t feel like doing your hair!
little french knots — also simple and good for pulling hair away from your face, ESPECIALLY when growing out bangs!
loose waves — how I style my hair most days.
bobby pin basics — this is really helpful to watch if you like to use them or don’t know HOW to use them!
Thank you, as always, for reading and following along! Do you have any specific hair tutorials you’d like to see? If so, leave them in the comments below!