Pinch Twist Jarman likes this funky, quasi-retro style, which works for almost any hair length. "Start at the front right side of the hairline and pinch twist inward," says Jarman. "Move along the hairline and bobby pin flat across on the sections that the hair falls out of." Jarman likes to use colorful bobby pins that contrast with the color of the hair; we think Ban.Do Model Bobbi Sets,$10, are adorbs. Repeat the steps on the left side of your head. You can leave the back half of your hair down and hide the bobbies underneath a layer of hair or end the twists at the nape of your neck and pin there. Twist the two tails into a single bun, pinning with bobbies again.
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