|Please ignore the weird squiggly-ness going on about the first knot, I fixed that before I left the house!|
This works well with damp hair. Start by sectioning off a bit of hair on either side of your part (notice I don't use all the hair in the top half of the head, I find when I do I cannot get the knot to lay flat)
Now take the section of hair from each side of the head to the back and tie it in a simple knot, just like when you start tying your shoes
|I don't really know what is going on here, but hopefully you get the basic idea...|
Use a small rubber band to tie off the two sections of hair, underneath your second knot, like so:
I don't know what was up with my hair the day I took these photos, but it was abnormally thick, so the second knot looks way weird...The first knot is also sitting a lot lower on my head than normal... I don't know what was going on. I promise this normally looks better. Try it and see!
Pretty Hair is Fun, I don't know what you would like to be called anymore... :) ). Check out her video for the Daisy Chain Braid to see the process I used here.
I hope you like this quick and easy style to produce a unique look! Thanks for stopping by.