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Mohawk Braid With A Twist

Mohawk Braid With A Twist Happy day Cashmere babes! For this mohawk braid with a twist tutorial you’ll need your Cashmere Hair® extensions, bobby pins, and a clear elastic! I used my 3 wider wefts (6″, 7″ and 8″), and left out the side pieces so they didn’t show when I twisted the hair back. […]

by Makenna Ashley

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Video: Princess Braid Tutorial

Today’s tutorial is such a beautiful and elegant style, which is why I named this look the princess braid! It’s very soft, and feminine, and would be perfect for a night out with someone special. This would also be paired beautifully with a flowy dress, and a cute pair of heels or pretty flats. I’m […]

by Makenna Ashley

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Braided Ponytail

Follow this easy tutorial to create this braided ponytail style. Step 1: Put your hair into a ponytail, leaving out a 3-4 inch section in the front.  Step 2: Do a dutch braid down the section of hair that you left out. Leave out any pieces of hair you want framing your face. Step 3: […]

by Makenna Ashley

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Double Dutch Braided Pony

Hi Gorgeous! You can get really creative with ponytails these days, making a hybrid ponytail/braid, which can look like it took hours to do, but really only took minutes. With a little practice, and following these steps you can also create this look. Of course you can clip in your Cashmere Hair Extensions before starting […]

by Makenna Ashley

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Double Dutch Braided Bun Tutorial

This double dutch braided bun is truly a great hairstyle for any occasion! Pair it with a flowy dress and strappy sandals for an effortless, feminine look… or with your best pair of heels for date night/girls night out! You can’t go wrong dressing this look up or down. Naturally, I have normal-thin hair, so […]

by Makenna Ashley

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No Pins Bohemian Braid

Effortless hairstyles are on trend these days & you can get this look by adding Cashmere Hair and styling with a half up style with a loose braid. First curl hair and extensions and clip them in. Create a loose braid starting from each side and coming together into one fishtail braid. As the day goes on, […]

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