Written by Rupa Das
Start by letting your hair down. Before you begin to give it a more full look, add some huge, loose curls.
Part your hair and bind it with a hairbands. Try teasing the top of your head if your hair is naturally thin or flat. This will not only give your hair more body, but it will also assist the hairstyle to stay in place for a longer period of time.
Make a loose braid if you want the “rose” to be larger. Make a tighter braid if you want a smaller, more detailed rose. Secure the braids with tiny, elastic hair bands.
Begin winding the braids in a coil after it is finished. Continue to wrap the braids until it begins to resemble a bun.
Secure the braids with hairpins once you reach the top of them at your scalp. I used 12 pins, but the amount you need depends depend on your hair’s length and thickness. Take a tiny comb and softly pluck at small parts across the rose to make it look larger. This will loosen your hair and give it a more textured, disheveled look.