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: Spike your hair like Sum 41

If you want to spike you hair like Sum 41. You should get some Got 2 B hair gel. First, you need to make sure your hair is dry before you sure you use the gel. Next, put a handful of the gel in your hands and slick the gel through your hair. Make sure you spread the gel around. Move your hands up through the back so it gives it a spike from the back. It does not take much to spike it. Just take your finger tips and pick at your hair into spikes. If you want big individual spikes, take a secti...

How To: Make a messy bun

This video here is about making a messy hair bun. First the hair is drawn into a ponytail. Then, using a thick rubber-band, insert the the middle of the ponytail partially into the rubber-band so as to make a loop. Then spread the hair strands of this loop to make it look messy. Now from this spread loop, take bunches of strands and lift it slightly upwards and fix it using a hairpin. Fix the hairpins firmly so that they stay in the place. Spread out this bun from the middle. Curl up or tuck ...

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 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: Spike and style your emo/scene hair dramatically

Yume from Ji Style demonstrates an emo hairstyle. Start from the back of the head and move forward. Rub gel in your hands and scrunch it using an upward motion so that it stands up all around the head. Once hair is sufficiently spiked, coat it with hairspray. For the sides and top, back comb hair with gel to tease it and add a lot of volume. Make sure you work from the back and the sides to crete a three dimensional look. Focus the back combing at the roots. Continue coating with hairspray as...

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: 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: Spike a Mohawk

Hey guys. A mohawk is usually for punk rockers or maybe just for people who stand out, but many people dont know how easy it really is to spike a mohawk! There are a variety of ways and many of them can be done with products bought at a store. None of the products include "Elmers glue" or "eggs and sugar" but you will need a hair dryer!

How To: Shave your beard into an "X-Men" Wolverine look

Wolverine (AKA Hugh Jackman) looks so deliciously perfect in his spiked out hair and scruff that women all over want to be with him and guys want to look like him. While his rock-hard abs, perky derriere, and sculpted biceps take months of hard work to achieve, you can get his beard look in just a few minutes by checking out this hairstyling tutorial for guys.

How To: Care for your hair after a Brazilian blowout

If you're a gal and you don't know what a Brazilian is, then you've clearly been living under a rock for the past year. A recent development in hair straightening and, er, fluffing, the Brazilian blowout makes coarse, tumbleweed strands as smooth as silk while creating envious volume that lasts not for one day but a few months.

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.

How To: Fake side swept bangs

In this tutorial, we learn how to fake side swept bangs. First, straighten and brush your hair. After this, you will take the hair from one side of the head and use a comb and brush it to the opposite side. After this, grab hair spray and spray it onto the bangs. After this, comb the hair again and then work the bangs with your fingers. Next, use more hair spray to make the bangs more firm and stay in place. Continue to do this process until your bangs are completely to the side and they are ...

How To: Use a clipless curling iron to curl hair

So you're probably wondering what the hell a clipless curling iron is, given that approximately 99.99% of the curling irons out there come equipped with a handy clip that helps keep hair in place when you're making a curl. But there is a clipless species of curling iron out there, dangerous and difficult to use for many but a masterful tool if you weild it with skill.

How To: Create long lasting curls for straight hair

If you have very fine, straight hair and have always had a hard trying to keep your strands curled, this video will give you a look into steps you can follow to solve that problem. Before starting on your hair, collect all the necessary tools which include: flat iron, hair clips, Velcro rollers, hair tie, and comb with pointed tip. To start, prepare your hair by adding mousse. Don’t forget to also add a heat resistant chemical to avoid damage and breakage in hair. Then work with the upper t...

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: 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: 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: 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: Do a basic Japanese bun hairstyle

Learn how to do a simple Japanese hairstyle from Cheryl Bianca! This is the most basic hairdo that Japanese girls wear. This basic Japanese bun style takes less than 5 minutes to complete. It can match a lot of different clothing, which makes it a completely versatile hairstyle!

How To: Do a 70s feathered and curled hair look

Create the look of feathered hair without having to actually cut it. This how-to video shows the steps of styling hair into a super 70s, disco, Charlie's Angels style hairdo. You'll need hot rollers and a lot of styling products. Watch this video hairstyling tutorial and learn how to style hair into a 70s inspired feathered and curled look.

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.

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