The coiled updo is a unique alternative to traditional and stuffy buns. For a head of bouncing coils, begin by dividing the hair into 4-5 sections. Tightly
wrap each section around itself until it becomes shorter and tighter. Then begin to
coil the rolled up section of hair, to create a snail-like coil. Leave some tendrils of
hair loose and secure the coiled hair with a bobby pin. Do the same thing to all the sections of the hair and create several coils of hair around the head. Watch this video hair styling tutorial and learn how to create a coiled updo hair look.
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