近期，多重身份已经是个成功博主的必须要求。Chriselle Lim, The Chriselle Factor的创始者就是其中之一。她精通时尚搭配，是时尚前沿领导者，现在又是位母亲，生活方式的引领者，美丽风尚的权威（你或许已经看过最近她和雅诗兰黛的影片）。每月她都会分享她的美丽最爱－从她的旅行和她最近心仪的新产品中选出最好的美丽产品小提示 。她的第二个栏目是和901 Too 沙龙一起带给你三种别致的短发辫发教程。假日派对，一起来加入吧 。
These days, being a multihyphenate is practically a requirement for running a successful blog—but Chriselle Lim, creator of The Chriselle Factor, was one of the first. Stylist, trendsetter, outfit-inspirer… and now a new mom, lifestyle icon, and beauty authority (you may have seen her recent videos with Estée Lauder), Lim is an influencer in the ultimate sense of the word—which is exactly why we’re thrilled to have her on board as a Byrdie contributor. Each month, she’ll be sharing all of her beauty favorites—from the best beauty tips she picked up on her travels (and trust us, there’s a lot) to the new products she’s currently coveting. For her second column, she teamed up with 901Too salon to bring you three chic braid tutorials for short hair. Holiday party, anyone?
Keep scrolling to see the three looks and how to re-create them!
辫发发髻 Braided Topknot
第一种我想分享的是现在最前沿的发髻－The man bun。这种发髻会让你看起来更运动，更男性化。我喜欢901 Too 沙龙的Denise把这种男人包子头变得柔软和女性化。
Photo: Karen Rosalie
The first style I want to share is the trending topknot—aka the man bun. This topknot hairstyle is a hairstyle that can make your look sportier and more masculine. I love how Denise from salon 901too added the braid to make this man bun softer and more feminine!Photo: Karen Rosalie
Step 1: We started with my hair curled to give it more volume, but you guys can start with straight hair also! First, start by taking a section of hair from the top of your head and do an inverted French braid, also known as the Dutch braid.Photo: Karen Rosalie
Step 2: After braiding the hair midway, you want to secure the braid with an elastic band. Tip: To give an illusion of a fuller bun, you want to tease the pony part of the braid!Photo: Karen Rosalie
(The reason I love Dutch braid is because it pops out more, and you can make the braid look thicker and fluffier by gently pulling the sides of the braid outward.)Photo: Karen RosalieStep 3: Loosely twist the ponytail into a bun and secure it with bobby pins. It’s okay if your bun looks a little messy, because it adds to the more effortless look.
Photo: Karen RosalieThe finished look!
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