How To: Scrunch & style short hair for a sexy effortless look

In this video, we learn how to scrunch & style short hair for a sexy effortless look. Start off by spraying hairspray throughout your hair, around five sprays. After this, you will massage your scalp, bringing the hair into a curl and scrunch style. After this, repeat again with more hair spray and scrunching spray. Turn your hair upside down and then start to scrunch with your hands. Once you have finished your hair and have the desired curl that you wanted, then you will be finished! You ca...

How To: Use a crochet hook to maintain dread locks

Hold crochet hook with dominate hand, needle facing toward you, hold dreadlock with left hand. In a spot with numerous loose hairs poke needle through dreadlock to other side. Grab loose hairs with needle and pull them through the dreadlock (use hands to keep loose hairs on hook if necessary and to hook more hairs). Be sure to curve crochet hook out of dreadlock so it will not pull loose hairs out the other side. Do not pull crochet needle straight out, this will rip the hair and strip it.

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: Curl your hair with a CHI flat iron

This tutorial shows you how to curl your hair with a CHI flat iron. Comb your hair to remove tangles. Section your hair using clips to make it easier to curl individual strands. Take an inch-wide strand of hair and place it between the CHI flat iron about an inch or two down from the root of your hair. Press down firmly on the hair with the flat iron. Slowly slide the CHI flat iron down until you reach halfway down the strand. Twist the flat iron upwards and all the way around in a circular m...

How To: Curl your hair using a flat iron with Kandee Johnson

We all love primping products, but what girl doesn't want to save a few bucks when she can? While lots of beauty companies will advertise that they have the best curling iron for you to achieve those Kate Hudson beachy waves, the truth is that you really don't need a curling iron at all. In fact, to get your hair bouncy and curly, all you really need is a flat iron.

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: Style a slipknot (aka tie-knot) on micro braids

In this how-to video, you will learn how to tie a slipknot on micro braids. First, braid the hair to the desired length. It is good to braid it close to the end, unless the hair is permed. Now, hold the braid and fix it so that it can be nice and neat. Take a few strands of hair and tie it around the rest of the hair. Now loop it around the finger holding it and put your thumb inside. Make sure to tie it up. Do the same thing about three or four times. Once this is done, take part of the same...

How To: Put your hair in a ponytail using hair extensions

A long flowing ponytail is a classy, feminine look. If you don't have the locks to pull off this look, maybe you should get some temporary hair extensions. A lot of people don't think you can wear a ponytail with extensions, but this tutorial will show you how to do it right. Once you master this you won't see any tracks or clips; all you will see is a long beautiful new do.

How To: Add rhinestones to your hair for a special occasion

Prom and wedding seasons are fast approaching and there will soon be a ton of occasions where you will need to dress up. In this tutorial, learn how to take some normal craft rhinestones from Michaels or any craft store and velcro them into your hair. By using velcro, you will guarantee the stones stay put in your hair for the entire evening. Adding stones to your hair creates an ethereal, starry night hair look that is perfect for any formal event!

How To: Spike emo/scene hair for girls

If you are a girl and you want to make spiked emo or scene hair you should first start by putting root lifter into the back of your hair, or where you plan on making your hair big. Make sure your hair is extremely dry before you straighten it. Put a little hair spray in your hair. Now, grab a section of your hair, tease it a little, put hair spray in it and continue to tease it. Continue to do this wherever you want you hair to be spikey and big. This should be in the back of your hair and ar...

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 Your Own Dandruff Shampoo

Dandruff -- the embarrassing white flakes that end up like snowfall on your shoulders and clothing. There are plenty of dandruff shampoos on the market to choose from, unfortunately, they are all very expensive. If you have ever wondered what ingredients make them so expensive, the simple answer is there are no expensive ingredients that make them so effective. So, the next question might be, why are they so expensive? And the answer to that is dandruff shampoo companies know they can charge ...

How To: Get the Farrah Fawcett hairstyle look

The 70s will never die, and with your own Farrah Fawcett inspired hair style you can make sure! This how to video guides you through the steps necessary to get that great, feathery look. You're going to need some layers in your hair, so don't even attempt this if that's not the case. Also, you'll want the following products: hairspray, heat protectant, a brush, a straightening iron, a comb and a little bit of patience! Once you're done you'll have a hairstyle that Bosley would definitely appr...

How To: Get 360 waves quickly

In this video, we learn how to get 360 waves quickly. First, apply some activating moisturizer to your hair which will help curl it. Then, apply styling gel to your hair and brush it out. Use a brush that is a club brush with lots of bristles that are on it. use a wave cap on your hair after you have applied everything onto your hair. then use the brush to comb it out forward on your head towards your face. This will take a while to get this look,, but you will achieve it and then it will be ...

How To: Get 360 waves using olive oil

In this video, we learn how to get 360 waves using olive oil. First, buy some extra virgin olive oil and your brush. After this, get a rag and put hot water on it, then ring it out. From here, rub this all over your hair to get rid of any chemicals in your hair. Now, brush your hair as normal all over until it's fully combed. Then, put the olive oil into the palm of your hand and spread it around your head, pushing towards your forehead. Then, brush your hair again until the olive oil has bee...

How To: Tease your hair to achieve a smooth bump

With this video, we learn how to tease your hair to achieve a smooth bump. To do this, you will need a small brush to help tease your hair. First, pull your hair up and then pull it forward. After this, put the brush in the hair and start to brush the hair down. Do this easily, but pile the hair up so it's a good foundation for a bump. Then, spray hair spray in the hair and let the hair lay down. Make sure you don't tease the very front of your hair, you will brush this down lightly to create...

How To: Make single ended dreads

In this video, we learn how to make single ended dreads. First, you will need synthetic hair, a hanger, and a steamer. First, take the hair out of the package and then cut a section out of it and put the other hair aside. Next, place the hair on a clothes hanger hook, then pull on the hair with your hands. After this, pull the ends down and then take a comb and back comb the hair piece. You want it to be in a big poufy mess what you are finished with it. After this, you want to braid the hair...

How To: Crochet and latch hook hair

In this video, we learn how to crochet and latch hook hair. You will need a large crochet hook and synthetic hair. First, take your loose hair and make sure it's free of tangles. Form a small loop, then insert the hook underneath the corn row until it's all the way through the braid. Once the small latch goes through the hair, insert the loop to the hook, and pull the hook down, so the hair is threaded through. Pull the hair through the loop and pull to make a knot. Now, separate the hair and...

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