Category: DIY

BeautyLuLu*s How-To: Three Tiered High Ponytail Tutorial

Three is better than one, especially when it comes to our new three tiered high ponytail tutorial! Add some major oomph to your updo with three perfectly puffed sections. In just a few minutes you can take your hair from blasé to beautiful with a little bouffant and a touch of teasing!

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Step 1. Pick 3 of the same colored hair-ties and start by pulling hair up into a high ponytail.
Step 2. Grab a small section from the pony and fully wrap around to cover the top hair-tie.
Step 3. Lift half the ponytail up and thoroughly backcomb from top to bottom.
Step 4. Using the same comb, lightly smooth down any wispy hairs on top.
Step 5. Use your 2nd hair-tie to fasten the ponytail about 1/3 of the way down.
Step 6. Finish by fastening the last hair-tie on the bottom 3rd and now you have a fabulous update to your basic ponytail!

BeautyLuLu*s How-To: The New Weave Low Ponytail Tutorial

Ponytail looking a little lackluster? Our New Weave Low Ponytail Tutorial is the perfect way to pump up a passé pony. With a few twists and a little teasing, this look is as easy as it is exciting! Follow the steps below to weave your way to a darling new hairdo!
Step 1.) Part hair down the middle and divide into 3 sections along the crown of your head, as shown above.
Step 2.) Secure the back section into a low ponytail with a hair-tie.
Step 3.) Using the front half of one side, twist hair and pull back towards the pony.
Step 4.) Cross the twisted section along the top of the ponytail.
Step 5.) Pin the section to cover the hair-tie.
Step 6.) Repeat steps 3-5 for the other side. Then twist back and secure the remaining twisted sections. To complete the look, backcomb the ponytail to create fullness.

BeautyLuLu*s How-To: Hollywood Glam Makeup Tutorial

We may be living in a modern age, but that’s no reason to abandon the classics! This Hollywood glam makeup tutorial is the perfect way to achieve a retro-chic look that Marilyn Monroe would be proud of! It’s the perfect blend of vampy, vintage and va-va-voom! Follow the steps below and you’ll be a femme fatale at your next holiday fête!


1. Create an even skin tone by applying liquid foundation to cover any dark circles or blemishes.
2. Lightly powder your entire face to set the foundation. Depending upon your preference, you can use either translucent or mineral powder. We chose a mineral powder for a little more coverage.
3. Apply a neutral tone blush to accent your cheek bones.
4. Sweep a nude brown eye-shadow across the lid and concentrate in the crease.
5. Blend a slightly darker brown shadow using a smaller brush and focus from outer corner to center of the crease to define the lid.
6. Use an ivory or white eye-shadow from the inner corner to the center of the lash line to create a pop of brightness and add to the wide-eyed effect.
7. Chose a narrow angle brush and apply cream black liner to the lash line to further define the look. Direct the liner upwards as you near the outer corner.
8. Complete the eyes by adding a few coats of mascara to the upper and lower lashes.
9. Last but not least, apply a candy apple red lipstick.

There! Now you have a simple and fabulous Hollywood Glam makeup look for the holiday season.

BeautyLuLu*s How-To: Game of Thrones Braid Tutorial!


Nobody wears braids quite like the lovely ladies of Game of Thrones. If you’re planning on celebrating Halloween as the daring Daenerys this year, we’ve got the perfect braided GOT hairdo for you! And the best part? You don’t have to stop at just one braid! Play with the look by adding as many as you’d like! Follow the steps below and this Khaleesi-coif will be yours!


1.) Grab a section of hair just behind the hairline from the crown of your head and part into 3 even pieces.
2.) Simply braid all the way down and fasten with a hair-tie similar to the color of your hair to blend in.
3.) Repeat steps 1&2 for the other side.
4.) Thoroughly back comb the section of hair behind the braids to create lift and fullness.
5.) Pick 1 braid at a time, wrap around the back and fasten with bobby pins into the teased section of hair.
6.) Repeat on the other side and slightly crisscross the 2nd braid under the 1st to hide the hair-ties.

DIYDIY Glitter Pumpkins with Christine of Hello Fashion!


Today we have Christine from Hello Fashion sharing a sophisticatedly-spooky Halloween decor DIY: Glitter Pumpkins! This easy tutorial is the perfect way to get your home fall festive without the hassle and mess of carving! So pick out some pumpkins and grab the glitter, it’s time to make something boo-tiful!


Hi everyone! I am Christine from Hello Fashion. I typically blog about fashion and share my street style, but once in awhile I like to share a DIY when I’m feeling crafty. Fall is one of my favorite seasons, not only because of all the beautiful scenery, but I love decorating for the holidays. Today I am so excited to share with you my DIY Glitter Pumpkin. This is a super easy craft, just be ready for a glitter party :)

Mod Podge
Foam Brush
Paper Plates

Clean and dry the pumpkins.

Tape design on pumpkins.
I chose to do a dip dye look for this set. I have also done a chevron print which is cute, but the dips are my favorite. For the dip dye look, just wrap tape around the pumpkin so you have a clean, crisp line.

Paint a thick layer of mod podge on the sections you want to be glittery. I have found foam brushes work the best and they are the least expensive, but any brush works.

Generously sprinkle the glitter onto the mod podge. I like to put a paper plate under the pumpkin as I’m sprinkling so it’s easier to pour the excess glitter back in the container after (it also helps with the mess). You want to dump the glitter on pretty thick; a lot of it sprinkles off at first.

Shake off any excess glitter and touch up any spots you missed.

Let your pumpkin completely dry.

Paint a top coat of mod podge on your dry pumpkin to help seal the glitter. This will help keep the excess glitter from falling everywhere. They also have a spray mod podge that works to seal it and is a little less messy, but I just used the same one I applied to the pumpkin.

TADA! You’re done!
Hope you all have a great Halloween!