Obviously, those aren’t the only qualities that make us love Arya; unlike all of the other maidens in the show (except Cersei in the current season) Arya’s been spotting short hair for the last few seasons. Of course this means that she doesn’t get to flaunt a pretty braid hairstyle or a twisted ‘do, but hairstylists on the show have, nonetheless, experimented with her locks. Here are some of her Game of Thrones hairstyles decoded…
The double Dutch braid
Begin by cleansing and conditioning your hair with the TIGI Bed Head Recovery Shampoo and conditioner.
Once your hair is damp, run the TIGI Bed Head Small Talk through it in order to achieve thick, defined tresses.
Proceed to blow-dry your hair until it is completely dry.
Hold your head up straight and begin separating your hair into 2 sections in order to create Dutch braids.
Before you can begin, take a little of the TIGI Bed Head Hard To Get Texturizing Paste on your fingers. Use your nape as a starting point and begin braiding the Dutch braids on either side on your head. Once completed, twist and wrap the end of the braids and secure it with U-pins.
Finish off the look by spraying the TIGI Bed Head Masterpiece Hairspray over your hair for a gorgeous shine!
The parted twist
Give yourself shiny, strengthened hair as a base with the TIGI Bed Head Recovery Shampoo and Conditioner.
Spread the TIGI Bed Head Dumb Blonde Smoothing Stuff evenly through your hair in order to add smoothness.
Create a side parting and blow-dry your hair until it is 80% dried. While drying, use a round brush to create a slight wave at the ends of your hair.
Take a section of hair from the front hairline and twist it towards the back and secure it with a bobby pin.
Spray the TIGI Bed Head Masterpiece Hairspray to give your finished hairdo a shiny finish.
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