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The unstructured messy-styled chignon has lots of appeal thanks to its romantic look. Other advantages are that it adds a touch of sophistication, is really simple to create and is quick to hold. Here are four steps to mastering the technique.
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To create a Bohemian hairstyle, select a few fine strands from around your face and leave them loose until the last step. If you do not wish to create a Boho look, skip this step and follow the tutorial.
Using a comb, divide your hair into three sections (which do not need to be equal). The one with the most hair, in the centre or at the side, will be used as a base and will determine where the chignon is placed. Divide it into two strands of a similar thickness and tie up each one into a loose ponytail using a transparent hairband.
Get your two ponytails and loop them around each other as many times as your hair length will allow. Make sure you tighten them each time so that the hairstyle doesn't get undone. The resulting "braid" should then be rolled up into a chignon and clipped against your head using flat hairpins.
To finish off the hairstyle, go back to the two remaining strands from step 1. Loop them around each other like in the previous step to make a fine braid which you will fasten around the initial chignon with as many hairpins as you require to secure the hairstyle .
If you have left a few strands loose at the beginning to frame your face, gather them around the chignon to hide any visible accessories. For a sophisticated look, apply hairspray to smooth down any wispy bits of hair around the forehead. For a Bohemian look, lift your roots with your fingers.
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