How To: Do a bumped ponytail without a Bumpit or teasing

To make a bumped ponytail start with your hair down. Put your hair up like you are going to put it half up and spray the back with hair spray and pat dry. Next, take a smaller section of the top and spray that two while patting until dry. Next, separate your bangs from the rest of your hair and gently start to pull your hair back into a ponytail trying to make it look as natural as possible. Secure with a rubber band. Spray your bump with hair spray. Next tighten the bottom of your ponytail a...

How To: Braid hair extentions into your own hair

DaBartist teaches you how to braid hair extensions into your own hair. Start off with hair in the front of your head, as it's easier to control. Grab a strand of hair and then wrap the braid around it once. Your hair should be in the middle now. Twist all the strands once and start going to the left and on top, then to the right and on the bottom with the hair. You can do this until you reach the end of the fake braid hair. Then pull it back and tie it to other strands on your head.

How To: French braid your fringe or bangs like Lauren Conrad

Video shows how to use bobby pins to French braid your bangs to reflect a style used by Lauren Conrad. In order to begin this look bangs must come about down to your chin so it is long enough to braid. Starting out by brushing your hair straight you pull back your hair back with a clip leaving only your bangs free. Then you gather three small sections of hair and begin braiding starting with the back most length first. After finishing this braid you secure the braided hair back under the rest...

How To: Flip hair out with a flat iron like a professional

Salon Secrets, in this how-to video, teaches you how to successfully flip out or flip in your hair for that iconic look, and gives you some general pointers for styling with a hair straightener. The Salon Secrets video series walks you through different flat iron techniques, demonstrated by a licensed cosmetologist. Finally, learn the REAL way to get that salon finish at home. Watch this video hairstyling tutorial and learn how to flip hair out like a pro with a flat iron.

How To: Style face framing curls in your hair

You have such a pretty face, why not show it off? Check out this tutorial and learn how to curl your hair in a style that frames your best asset - that gorgeous mug! This style doesn't take long and works for almost all hair types and lengths. So get curling and start turning heads when you leave the house!

How To: Make a 8 Strand Round Braid

How to Make Round Braid with EIGHT strands. It's easy to make and suitable for kids and beginners projects. This plait can be used for making nice bracelet or shoelaces may also be useful for hairdo. I couldn't find a Video tutorial that was like this in the internet, so this is a exclusive/first one. Hope that you enjoy.

How To: Use a curling iron to add volume and body to your hair

Need some help figuring out how to use a curling iron when styling your hair at home? It's easy! And this clip will show you how it's done. So easy, in fact, that this home beauty video tutorial can presenta complete and thorough overview of the process in about a minute's time. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this handy hairstyling how-to.

How To: Create a messy bed hair for men

This video shows the method to create a messy bed hair for men. Straighten your hair with a GHD ministyler. The product to be used to style your hair is ID hair dusty Bronze "clay wax". This should be applied in dry hair. You can wash the wax out by shampooing your hair twice. The shampoo to be used is Crew or ID hair peppermint. Put the finger in the wax and take out the wax. Rub the wax in your palms and apply it on your hair. Apply it in the front, back and sides. Use the wax again if it i...

How To: Curl hair into loose curls with a straightening iron

Loose, sexy beach curls are the hair equivalent of our go-to LBD, universally flattering even on our worst, most sleep-deprived days. Whether you haven't learned how to do this simple yet gorgeous hairstyle yet or just need a refresher course because you're feeling lazy, you should watch this tutorial to learn how to curl your hair loosely using a GHD straightening iron.

How To: Get emo/scene straight hair style

One of the best things about having long hair is the fact that you can do almost anything with it. Cut it short, keep it long, put certain products in it, there's a lot of possibilities. So in this video tutorial, you'll learn about another one. This video shows you what it takes to get emo/scene straight hair easily. So sit back and enjoy!

How To: Do a reverse French braid like Lauren Conrad

This video shows how to make an inside-out French braid across the front of the head. First divide the hair into three pieces like a normal braid at the very front off to one side. Instead of braiding the normal way, make the middle piece go over the top alternately on the left and right. Keep picking up more hair and adding it in, like you would do for a normal French braid. Continue braiding across the top front of the hair. The braids can be done tightly or loosely however you like, and th...

How To: Tie your hair up in a scarf for sleeping

In this video, we are given instructions on how to tie up hair at night before going to sleep. You will nee a satin scarf to do this. First you will make your scarf into one large triangle. After this, clip your hair up in a large clip on the back of your head. Now, put the satin scarf over your forehead and over your entire hair. Now, tie the scarf around your neck and make sure it's secured in the back. you can now remove the clip and take the tie and tie it in the back. Now, take a satin b...

How To: Rat your hair

Who said the eighties were dead? Well, they might be, but that doesn't mean you can't still rock the hairstyles. Take your hair to new heights by ratting it, which is simply another way of saying backcombing.

How To: Sew in a Weave Yourself

Ready to try and sew-in your own weave? It's a big decision. As with everything that concerns our hair, we struggle with the pros and cons and often dwell on what could go wrong. Pixie cut. Perm or not? New shade (of pink, purple, or blue). These are all major decisions because ... well, it's our hair, and hair is such a big part of our style. To get a weave or not calls for careful consideration, and to sew one in yourself, that's an even bigger internal debate.

How To: Create a curly '20s flapper bob for long hair

Whipping your long hair into a short bob? It sounds incongruous, but it's actually doable using a few bobby pins. This way, whether you're dressing up as a flapper for Halloween or a murder mystery party, you won't have to chop off your Rapunzel locks just to get the flapper look right.

How To: Use hot sticks to curl your very straight hair

This video shows how to curl very straight hair using "hot sticks." Wash your hair and let it air dry partially. Apply some leave-in conditioner before drying with a blow dryer. Leave the hair slightly damp. Apply some heat control spray to your hair. For loose curls do not use anything else, for tighter curles you can use some hair spray before using the hot sticks. When the hot sticks are warm you are ready to start. Take chunks of hair and wrap around the hot sticks and fold the hot stick ...

How To: Apply blond highlights at home

This video shows you how to easily and properly highlight dark hair with blond highlights at home! First, you need to have your choice of store bought highlights (try Renew highlights!). First, put the gloves on that are provided in the highlighting kit. Get scissors and cut the powder and empty this in the tray. Now add this with the mix given. Stir these together with the applicator brush. Grab a towel, wrap it around yourself to protect your clothes. Select the hair that you wish to highli...

How To: Create a Snooki pouf (hair bump) hairstyle and carve a Halloween pumpkin

Why Did You Wear That? has a special Halloween treat for you— a 2-for-1 video tutorial celebrating Snooki from Jersey Shore and Mr. Jack-O'-Lantern. First, you'll see how to style your hair into the famous Snooki pouf, a bouffant hair bump, without the use of Bump-It. After you've got your Halloween Snookie hairstyle completed, continue on to the second portion of the how-to for pumpkin carving.

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