No Heat Sleep Braid Waves, From Day to Night | DIY Hair and Beauty Tutorial | Mr. Kate



There’s only one way to go for easy, exciting summer hair: waves! Promotional and other consideration provided by Target.

I’ve received a lot of requests to share my signature no heat sleep braid routine, but to help you get ready for all the events coming up in the next few months, I decided to do you one better — three sleep braid hairstyles! From the plaits themselves to two gorgeous ways to wear the waves throughout the day, this tutorial will take you from day to night and back again with beautiful, event-ready hair!

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Nexxus Volumizing Mousse:
Nyx Liquid Suede Lipstick in Sway:

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Nexxus Frizz-Defying Mist:
W3LL People Highlighter:

Look 3:

Nexxus Finishing Mist:
Pixi MatteLustre Lipstick in Plum Berry:
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Mr. Kate is a do it yourself expert specializing in: home decorations, DIY projects, Home Decor, DIY Crafts, DIY Room Decor, Room DIY, Room Ideas, DIY Clothes, DIY Beauty, makeup, DIY style, styling & DIY Home Decor! She loves putting her own fun, unique twist on everything she does. Brand new videos are uploaded every single Sunday (and sometimes more), so subscribe to the Mr. Kate channel ( and get ready for a whole lot of fun!
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Creative Credit:

Audio Tracks: ES_Smile (Instrumental Version) – Joachim Nilsson.mp3, ES_Acoustic Dreams 13 – Örjan Karlsson.mp3, ES_Afterglow (Instrumental Version) – Joachim Nilsson.mp3, ES_Sweet Soul Woman 1 – Martin Land.mp3

A Mr. Kate Production
Executive Producers: Kate Albrecht and Joey Zehr
Shot by: Brad Etter and Tiro Rose
Edited by: Brad Etter
Sound: Alfonso Cano