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    Default Style needed for interpretive dance this weekend!

    We are doing an "interpretive worship dance" this Sunday at church to a really pretty praise and worship song. I have never done this before and have been practicing really hard. I need a style that will be good for this, not fussy or elaborate but pretty. Any ideas? Oh I can't wear it down or a half up but anything else is okay.

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    Default Re: Style needed for interpretive dance this weekend!

    how about a braided sock bun that has accent braids from the sides of your head back to the bun?
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    Default Re: Style needed for interpretive dance this weekend!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fencai View Post
    how about a braided sock bun that has accent braids from the sides of your head back to the bun?
    Hmmmmm. Sounds pretty! Directions?

    Any more suggestions?

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    Default Re: Style needed for interpretive dance this weekend!

    Oh, what about CinnamonCurls' "Lollypop bun"? It's really pretty, and she used it as a bun for ballet, so it's been road-tested for serious dancing!

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    Default Re: Style needed for interpretive dance this weekend!

    Or a french braided bun or a double french braids into a bun. Both work well for dancing and are very secure.

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    Default Re: Style needed for interpretive dance this weekend!

    Buns don't hold all that well for me, when I'm dancing, so I'd suggest a Dutch/French braid. I love the look of them, to most people they look deadly complicated and they're very secure so you wouldn't need to worry about tangles later.
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