I’ve found that my hair grows best when I leave it alone! Therefore I’ve been wearing updos, twists and braids about 90% of the time. Because I protective style most of the time, I have to find styles that are work-friendly, elegant and relatively easy to complete. This updo is one of my go-to protective styles because it is so simple, but still looks very elegant and intricate. Keep reading below to see I how I complete my very simple knotted roll and tuck updo!
Work on stretched hair. Part hair down the side and separate front two sections with hair clips.
Start with the back of the hair. Separate two sections on both sides.
Tie the two sections together as if you were tying a knot.
Take the left-over hair from the first knot, gather more hair from below and tie another knot.
Repeat Step 4 until you reach the end of your hair (I had 3 knots).
Bobby pin the left-over hair around both sides of the last knot.
Now move to the front two sections you separated in the beginning and make 3-4 loose, chunky twists.
Take the single chunky twist on the side and bobby down to the opposite side.
Take one twist on the other side and bobby pin down to the other side (in a criss-coss motion)
Bobby pin the last 1-2 loose twists around the same side they are on. Keep the twists fluffy so that they create a voluminous look.
Take the last section of hair in the front and loosen the twist even more. Sweep back and pin to the side.
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