This DIY twisted updo hairstyle for a fairy doll is one of the most requested fairy doll tutorials that I’ve ever received. Once you’ve mastered this hairdo you can confidently climb mount everest.

Welcome back, today on the Untidy Artist were making a DIY twisted up do hairstyle for a fairy doll. If you are new to my fairy doll tutorials welcome. If you’ve already subscribed and are familiar with my fairies, welcome back. We will be doing a DIY twisted updo hairstyle for a fairy doll . I’ve already done a braided version of this, I personally feel that the twisted version is a little bit harder. I wanted to give you both options so that you can decide for yourself. I feel that the hair for the fairy dolls is actually one of the most difficult parts. I you just practice and you’re patient you’ll learn some great hairstyles for your fairy dolls.

Let’s grab a few simple supplies and get started. The first thing that you’ll need is a basic fairy doll body. You’ll notice that I haven’t used the thread to twist on the color her skin yet. I just have the twisted wire that I have formed into the shape of her body and her hair. You can learn how to do this by clicking on the link in the corner that will take you to the basic fairy doll tutorial. Then you’ll need a glue gun. I have mine set on low. I would recommend that you leave your glue gun on low. It makes it much easier to use when you keep the setting on low.

The first step in to find the middle of her hair. There is a little wire in the middle of her hair. Once you find that you want to pull the bead down a bit. You’ll want to decide which part of the bead is going to be her face.

 

 

 

 

DIY Twisted Updo Hairstyle For A Fairy Doll

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I am "The" untidy artist.

I was born in Highland Utah. I’m married with 4 crazy kids. My husband is always on my case about cleaning my craft room (blah blah blah). Both of my parents were artists and I think I got some of their artistry bug in me.
A few years ago I started messing around with hair accessroies and had so many people ask to purchase them that I decided to start teaching others how to make them. That turned into my Youtube channel and this website.
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