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...

How To: Detangle Afro Kinky Hair

This video will show you how to detangle African American hair. There are a lot of different ways to detangle kinky texture hair. The main thing is to make sure you start from the end and then go to the root.

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: 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: 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: 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: Create a peek-a-boo highlight when dying hair

Need some help figuring out how to do peek-a-boo highlights 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: 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: Do a saber (fate/stay night) hairstyle

To complete this hair style, you need two elastic ties. The hair stylist first creates a ponytail high on the back of the head and secures it with one of the ties. Then, she take a section of the hair and makes a braid securing the braid at the end with the other tie. With the remainder of the ponytail, she makes a bun by twisting the hair and wrapping it around. She then pins it to the head with bobby pins. The last step is to take the braid and twist it around the bun and pin it to the head.

How To: Highlight with bleach using a cap

Why spend so much money at the salon when you can highlight your own hair at home? In this two-part video tutorial, learn how to highlight your own hair using a cap to apply streaks and section highlights. Brighten up your look with help from this guide.

How To: Spike a mohawk & put it into a fan

Getting a professional looking mohawk can be done quicker and cheaper than you probably thought. All that is needed is Neutrogena, Aqua Net, a comb, and a blow dryer. Use the comb to gather and pull the front section of your hair straight up and hold in that position with the comb. With your other hand apply the hair spray and then the hair dryer repeatedly until the hair stands on its own. Do the same thing with the next sections of hair until all the hair is spiked. Then give the whole moha...

How To: Create a rockabilly slick back hairstyle for men

In this how to video, you will learn how to make a rockabilly slick back hair style. You will need the di fi extreme cream with maximum hold in order to do this hairstyle. First, take some of the cream and place it on your hands. Rub your hands and run them through your hair. Make sure that you slick your hair back when applying the cream. Make any fine adjustments once this is done. If it is not sticking back, apply more until it does. Use a hair dryer to hold better once the cream has been ...

How To: Cut & style side swept bangs

Learn to style your bangs like Nicole Richie! First, pull the rest of your hair into a pony tail to keep it out of the way. Now take a straightener and straighten your bangs and sides. Choose where to part them, from the corner of the eyebrow is a good choice. Pull your bangs to the side. To cut them, take some scissors and run them down the side of the bangs in small snips, making the parted side shorter than the other side. To style them, straighten the bangs with a straightener and spray w...

How To: Style a pixie cut

This is a video tutorial on how to style a pixie hair cut. First, apply an even amount of hair wax to your hands. Apply it roughly all over your hair, except for your bangs. Beware of using too much hair wax because it will make your hair look greasy. Using just enough will give your hair texture. The girl in the video uses hair wax all over her head. Next, add hairspray wherever you applied the hair wax. The video warns to not use as much hairspray as she does. Finally, add softener to your ...

How To: Fake a bob haircut by tucking your hair under

Have you ever wondered how you would look with shorter hair? What about how you would look with a bob, or a lob (long bob) that's recently been worn by A-list starlets like Gwyneth Paltrow and Eva Longoria? Well, thankfully you don't need to chop your precious long locks off to get a taste for this hot hairstyle.

How To: Make a cute twist hair style

Liz Muller guides us how to make a cute twist hair style with little effort. First, put a small amount of hair gel in the front of your hair. Then, grab the front of one side of your hair and start to twist it. Twist the front into the back until you reach the area behind your ears. Now, clip the twist and then repeat this on the other side of your head. Using bobby pins to clip it will work the best. With the rest of your hair, you can either curl it or leave it straight, whichever you prefe...

How To: Create a hair quiff

To create a quick hair quiff, start with a triangle section from the crown to the edge of the eyebrows on both sides. Take the section at the crown and back comb with a fine comb, but pushing down through the hair and gathering hair to the root about three times. Pull the hair that is left over it and repeat with another section. Finish with all sections until only one is left at the front. For the final section, back comb one time, and smooth over the other previous sections. Use a small bri...

How To: Insert hair extensions, style them, and store them

When it comes to beauty, we try as much as possible to avoid looking fake. By this we mean adding fake pieces of hair to our bodies, like false eyelashes or hair extensions. But let's face it: If your hair is naturally thin like ours, sometimes a well inserted hair extension makes the difference between a dramatic, beautiful hairstyle and a bland, limp one.

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: 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: 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.

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