Your malaysian hair if you don’t have the volume you’d like

You wouldn’t believe how simple this look is. Make a bun with the center section, going back into the back section, of your malaysian hair, and then use the two side sections to spin around, hide any pins or bands, and finish the look. Simple, easy, and ready-to-go in five minutes flat. We love that.

One way to liven up a pony is to add plenty of volumes, and that’s one thing this look has most definitely got. Don’t be afraid to add extensions or hairpieces to your malaysian hair if you don’t have the volume you’d like. We do it. Celebrities do it. We won’t tell anyone if you don’t …

Going Dutch generally means taking things from top to bottom, or front to back, in terms of braiding. A Dutch-French braid is one that is folded under, rather than older, and that’s the same for fishtails too. Just one simple change to a very regular and everyday braid gives you an entirely new finishing look. Clever, right?

Double the braids up for a look so cool, even the malaysian hair were rocking it. This is perfect for a busy gal who needs a look that’ll stay in for the day, and maybe the next too …

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