This is a tutorial for a regency hairstyle that was inspired by Emma Woodhouse’s hair in the 2009 BBC Emma mini series. Enjoy!
Step one ~ Part the front section of your hair beginning from behind your ears to the top of your head on both sides, then tie them out of the way for now.
Step two ~ Leaving a section of hair at the nape of your neck, tie the back section of your hair in a high pony tail then braid the remaining section of hair.
Step three ~ Grab a small section of hair at the top of your pony tail and make a victory roll then pin it.
Step four ~ Do the same thing on two sides of your pony tail.
This is what you should have.
Step five ~ From the remaining hair grab a smaller section (try and grab a section that’s underneath and between the two rolls) tie it into a half knot (making sure you don’t pull it all the way) now you will have a loop to pin.
Step six ~ Pin the loop near the top of the two victory rolls.
Do the same on the other side.
Step seven ~ Pin one more knot in the middle (sort of on the first victory roll you had made before).
Step eight ~ With the remaining hair roll it underneath its self and pin it.
Step nine ~ With the front sections of your hair twist them a little then pin them to the side of your bun. With the ends roll them into little curls then pin them to your bun.
This is what you should have 😉
Step ten ~ Wrap your braid around your bun and pin it (make sure you pin the sides too).
If your hair isn’t long enough (like mine) to wrap your braid all around your bun, cover the little hair tie with a flower or any thing you fancy. Your hair’s gotta look glamorous on both sides 😉
Now time for some harmless matchmaking