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: 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: Create a vampire look for Halloween with your hair

In this tutorial, we learn how to create a vampire look for Halloween with your hair. First, curl your entire head of hair, then put half your hair in a high pony tail. Now, add in more curls on the pony tail and pin your bangs off to the side, using gel to give it a sleek look. When curling the hair, leave some hair on the bottom and only curl the top and middle. When curling the bottom of the hair, only curl the bottom half of the strands, not the entire thing. Next, add some lace to the si...

How To: Go from brunette to blonde without bleach

The darker your hair is, the harder it is to lighten it. If you are not keen on stripping your hair with bleach but want to avoid that orange look of poorly dyed tresses, check out this tutorial. In it, you will learn how to take your dark brown hair to blonde without any bleach at all. This is a much healthier method for your hair and you will be thankful you chose it in the long run. Avoid the frizz and fry that come with bleaching and follow this step by step for lighter locks.

How To: Cut layers into your own hair

The video looks at how to trim your own hair to keep it looking stylish because you know exactly how much you would want to cut off. Your top hair should be pinned to the top of your head. Sections should be cut off by first wetting the comb and running the comb through the section of your hair you want to trim. A handy Hair Shaper Razor is used. Take a section of hair and jerk the razor slowly downwards at the preferred length. Do it on both sides - making sure that both sides are even. Take...

How To: Create a huge, voluminous '60s updo with a headband

Want to look like Jacie O? The famously fashionable first lady is only comparable to Michelle Obama in terms of good taste and pretty hairdos. As JFK's presidency was in the early sixties, Jackie O sported the most popular hairstyles of the time: Beehives, major volume with curls, updos with major volume. As you can see, big hair was in no matter what hairstyle you did.

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: Do hair transplant yourself

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do a hair transplant them self. Users will first need to let their beard grow 2 months or more, depending how fast their facial hair grows. The beard should be long and thick. The materials needed for this are glue and hair clippers. Begin by shaving off all the facial hair. Now evenly apply some glue on the bald spots and place on the pieces of facial hair. This video will benefit those viewers who are balding and would like to learn how to do a h...

How To: Create a faux punk rock mohawk

You needn't get rid of most of your hair to get that punk rock vibe going on. This hairstyling tutorial will show you how easy it is to get that faux mohawk in your hair, great for any misadventure. A mock hawk is the way to go if you want the cred, but not the dread of missing hair.

How To: Start a kinky or Senegalese twist

To start a kinky or Senegalese twist, create a one inch square section of hair and split it into two pieces. Drape a piece of weave over the strands. Twist the right piece of weave over the right strand with a clockwise motion. Twist the left piece of weave over the left strand also using a clockwise motion. Then twist the right strand over the left. Continue twisting each strand to the right before twisting the strands together as you go down the section. The twists can continue down to the ...

How To: Create "Sex and the City 2" bouncy Carrie curls

The only thing women have requested more than Carrie Bradshaw/Sarah Jessica Parker's wardrobe (and AH-mazing closet) is her lush, plump curls. The barrel-curled hairstyle is a look she's worn since day of of "Sex and the City," and it's lived on as an iconic style almost as popular as her character (and with as great a following).

How To: Hair Chalk

In this video, we show you how to add some green to your hair (or any colour for that matter) using chalk. It is simple and won't damage your hair or your clip-in extensions.

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