How To: Cut the hair of a man or boy, step by step

These days, everyone is looking to save a few dollars. In this 2 part tutorial, learn how to cut a man's hair, and save those extra bucks you would've spent at the barber shop. The process is quite easy, and its always fun to learn a new skill. So, grab your son, brother, nephew, boyfriend- anyone- and start snipping!

How To: Fake bangs or fringe without cutting your hair

Have you ever wondered what you would look like with bangs but don't want to cut your hair? Check out this tutorial, then! In this video, Judy will show you how to create fake fringe that looks totally real so you can try out a new look without a big commitment. Have fun and see how many compliments you get on your new bangin' bangs!

How To: Highlight your own hair using foils

"No more hot dryers at the salon or unhappy outcomes." Highlight your own hair at home and save the hundred or so bucks you'd spend at a salon! In this four-part tutorial, learn how to brighten up your hairstyle by highlighting your own hair in sections using foils.

How To: Create cute and flirty looped pigtails

It's some sort of unspoken rule that a girl can't wear pigtails over the age of seven. But with Pippi Longstocking as our muse, we beg to disagree! While pigtails may not be the most office appropriate hairstyle out there, they work well for humid and hot summer days to keep hair out of your face and off your neck.

How To: Curl your hair with rollers

How to use rollers to curl hair and get perfect curls. Richard Ashforth is the International Creative Director from top hairdressing company, Saco. His work has regularly featured in top magazines such as Vogue, American Vogue, and I.D. He tells us how to use rollers in this helpful video. Curl your hair with rollers.

How To: Use natural hair dye

Dyeing your hair is a great way to change your look. But if you don't do it right, the results can be pretty ghastly. If you seek a new do without the harsh chemicals, these steps will give you the locks you’ve been looking for.

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: Section your natural hair off when braiding & twisting

Getting ready to style some braids or twists in your hair? If so, you may be using extensions, and if so, you're going to need how to properly part your real hair into sections. This video will show you the steps to prepping your natural hair before the braiding process. Sectioning off the hair correctly is very important when trying to achieve the hairstyle that you want.

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: Blow dry hair with a diffuser

When using a diffuser to blow-dry hair, turn the blow-dryer on low to keep curls from breaking apart and frizzing. Find out more about using diffusers, including substituting tube socks as diffusers, in this free how to video on haircare from an experienced hairdresser.

How To: Wear a Bumpit in your hair

Curious about the Bumpit? Is it worth the money? How hard is it to style in your hair? Do you need a hair piece? In this tutorial, learn how to use the leave-in hair insert and how to style your hair while having your Bumpit in! A review of the product is given as well, answering the questions: Is it really "that easy"? How does it stay in your hair? Does it look unnatural and create a weird shape to your head? Is it difficut to remove? And would this work on someone with thin hair?

How To: Cut layers into your hair

In this tutorial, we learn how to cut layers into hair: the basics. Start out with dry hair and brush it out thoroughly. After this, grab the back of the hair and use a small comb to comb out from the head. Hold the hair at an angle, then cut it diagonally. Continue to do this for the hair on the back of the head so you create a bunch of layers in the back. This is a short look, so you may have to cut a lot of hair off in the beginning to get to the top of the head. Create a bob on the front ...

How To: Spike your hair in an Asian anime style

This video shows you to spike your hair. Many people cannot do this because you need to layer your hair and thin it out. Before you thin your hair dry it for best results. You also need to straighten your hair. You should use 'White Rain' as your hair spray. This is very effective in giving an Asian anime style. The hair wax to be used is L.A.Looks. Put your finger in the wax and take out the wax. Rub it on to your palm and then just rub all your hair with it. Spike the hair at the back. Take...

How To: Make long hair short without cutting it

Do you ever want you hair to appear short, but feel that cutting it is the only way? Well YouTips4U has found a unique and creative strategy to making your hair appear short without even having to cut it! It's a simple process and all you need is a ribbon of your choice. YouTips4U shows you a few different basic styles and tips you can use to make your hair look short and beautiful. So if you are looking for a short new look for your hair without the cut, this is the video for you.

How To: Use hair rollers properly to curl your hair

The hairdresser in the video explains how to use hair rollers properly. He tells about two types of rollers, velcro, and heated rollers. Velcro rollers are advised for dry hair, because if you put them in wet hair, and let them dry you wont be able to get them out. The man in the video explains when applying velcro rollers, the section of hair should not be bigger than the roller itself, in length, and width. He tells you of a trick of his, to put your thumb inside the roller, as you roll the...

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: 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: Do a French pleat or twist

Need help learning how to do a French twist or pleat? Learn from a makeup artist who will get you "twisting" in no time! To start you are going to make sure you have a few things: a smoothing/bristle brush, a comb/backcombing brush, and plenty of hair pins. Step by step, you will learn the tricks to a lovely French twist. Remember, that practice is the key to perfecting this style. Follow the tips in this video and you will be showing off a sexy up-do with a salon look!

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: 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: Curl short hair with a comb

Curling short hair is pretty easy. Its just a matter of technique. This useful and interesting video gives detailed information about curling short hair that women of all ages can use in their detailed lives with just a comb and a curling iron. The method of 'bumping the hair' for a smoother finish is also described. A handy hint is that the scalp can be protected by placing the comb between the scalp and curling iron. Make sure that there are no knots in the hair before curling to avoid mess...

How To: Create messy scorpion pleats/French braid

Scorpion pleats are not in fact fierce-looking hair braids that are out to sting you. Rather, when we're talking about hair, scorpion pleats are fun, upturned pleats that are slightly messy. When paired along with a traditional French braid, scorpion pleats add a dimension of carefree joie de vivre.

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