My version:

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Analysis (whoo, scientific): This is Galadriel's main style, which she wears for the rest of the trilogy. The hair is parted in the middle, and the sides of the hair are pulled back over another front section of hair (the "sideburns"), which hangs down in front of the ear (pictures 2 and 4) and under the rest of the hair. Another section of hair is in front of the shoulders, but behind the ear (pictures 2 and 3). Her hair is wavy and quite a bit longer than that of any of the other women in the trilogy.

Directions: Part your hair for the first few inches. Take a strip of hair from each side along the first few inches the part and pull it back, tucking it under the hair in the back and pinning it to hold it. Now take a small piece of the hair closest to your face (minus the part you just pulled back) and bring it in front of your ear. Moving back an inch or two, take a second strip of hair and put it in front of your shoulder but behind your ear. Do the same on the other side. Braiding the hair wet then taking it out once it's dry will give you waves very similar to Galadriel's. That's it!