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5 minute curly updo- Galway milkmaid

Here’s a pretty one fer ye. It’s a loose braid that starts at the front with a side part and works it’s way around the head.

The tail of the braid then tucks into the top and is pinned to secure it.

On curls, it’s better not to pull anything too tight, because you want to work with the natural texture and body so don’t worry about being too precise.

This look would also look great with the garnish of flowers, some sort of crown, a necklace, or a milk maids cap and a metal pail.

Want to perfect your french and dutch braiding technique? Check out this post.

If you are a DIY bride, make sure to check out my 5 steps to fab wedding day hair guest post to get you ready for your big day.

 

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