Browsing the "hairstyles" Tag

How To: No-Heat Beach Waves

July 30th, 2015 | by Mint Mag

If like us, you’re not great with a pair of curling tongs, then this easy tutorial from Song of Style if your answer to tousled locks. Leave it in for a ...


How To: Vintage Waves

February 12th, 2015 | by Mint Mag

We adore this oh-so-glamorous 1940’s hairstyle. It’s so feminine and elegant and would suit anyone with medium to long locks. Tools 1″ barrell curling iron Large setting clips Flat/paddle brush-light ...


7 Of Our Favourite Bridal Up Dos

January 31st, 2015 | by Mint Mag

Brides-to-be of 2015, we’ve rounded up our top favourite up dos to style on your big day. Whether you like perfect and pretty or a little loose and lovely, we’ve ...


How To: Side Swept Braid

January 28th, 2015 | by Mint Mag

Hairstyles, hairstyles, so many we want to try out! We came across this pretty take on a normal braid by starting from the top and sweeping it to the side. ...


Working The Wavy Bob

January 24th, 2015 | by Mint Mag

The bob is back with a bang but it’s all about the WOB for 2015 (wavy bob – get it?) We love this look and are jealous of you ladies with ...


How To: GHD Soft Curls

January 22nd, 2015 | by Mint Mag

GHD curls are hard to perfect, we think, so we went on the hunt for a handy tutorial to share with you (and use ourselves of course!). The main trick ...


How To: Vintage Glam Wave

December 2nd, 2014 | by Mint Mag

We came across this retro hair tutorial and simply had to share it with you. If you think you can only get this stunning look in the salon then think ...


How To: Romantic Side Braid

October 16th, 2014 | by Mint Mag

A hair tutorial today for those with longer locks –  this boho side braid is relaxed elegance. If you have thinner or shorter hair, add clip-in extensions to create more fullness and ...


How To: Hair Bow

October 5th, 2014 | by Mint Mag

Add a little cute touch to your half up half down hairstyle with this precious little hair bow! To get this look, you’ll need to start by taking two sections ...



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