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How To: Install sisterlock extensions

This tutorial video will teach you how to put in sisterlock extensions. Sisterlock extensions are a hair styling technique that make your hair look fresh and new. Have fun with this great hair styling video. Install sisterlock extensions.

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: Make pipe cleaner rollers

In this tutorial, we learn how to make pipe cleaner rollers. First, secure 3 pipe cleaners together, then braid or twist them together. This is all you have to do to make the basic cleaner! Use wire cleaners to cut different sizes depending on what you need them for. Make sure you secure the ends with duct tape so you don't poke yourself with the sharp wire ends of the pipe cleaners. Simply roll the tape around the pipe cleaner and secure it so the tape doesn't fall out. You can store these i...

How To: Fix a loose dread using a crochet hook

Learn how to fix a loose dread using a crochet hook in simple steps. First you have to fix the loose ends by poking through and pulling back at the end of the solid dread rapidly. Fold the tail up, poke through, round it on the hook and pull the crochet back. Repeat the same if you have any spiky hair left. If any hair goes through repeat the first step again to clear it. Repeat these steps again and again until all the hair is stripped in. Finally palm roll it when you are satisfied.

How To: Create a Dragonball Z inspired hair style

In this how-to video, you will learn how to create Dragonball Z style hair. First, you need to apply Renati into your hair. Now, use the comb shown and brush your hair. Brush upward so you can achieve the basis of this look. Be careful as it may hurt. Use got2b glued hairspray on your hair to keep the hair up. Now, apply some wax to your to put the hair together. Apply this to the top of your hair. Keep applying the hairspray and wax to complete the look. Try and achieve a point at the top. T...

How To: Properly put in hair extensions

When putting in your hair extensions you will need to take into account that there are eight pieces four large ones and four small ones, you can use all of them or a couple depending on what you want. The first thing you will want to do is with your two index fingers is move them right above yours ears to the back of the head and grab the top potion of your hair in a part or ponytail. Use a clip or tie to keep this out of the way. The hair extensions have clips on them that open when you pres...

How To: Get side swept bangs

Your quick and easy guide to styling side swept bangs within 2 minutes. After blow drying your hair, take a round brush and roll your bangs up, under and to the side that you want your bangs to sit. Comb your bangs down over your forehead, then comb your bangs to the side. Using some styling product, such as molding gunk, paste or wax, take a small amount of product and rub between your hands to ensure even distribution. Using your fingers, work the product through your bangs, starting at the...

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: Use clip on hair extensions

In this video, we learn how to use clip in hair extensions. The hair extensions will come in strips that have snap on attachments. First, open up the back of the extensions and lift up an upper layer of hair. When you're done, place the real hair over the extension. You can cut and layer the extension to make it look like it's real hair. You can use as many or as little of these and they come in a variety of different colors. You can also tease your hair at roots to make the clips stick into ...

How To: Create flip, wave, or straighten hair with a flat iron

Using the Ed Hardy styling iron, this video demonstrates ways to make a flip, wave, or how to simply straighten your hair with this flat iron. This flat iron is perfect for making a flip style by taking your hair and curling it around the styling iron as you go. This flat iron is perfect not only for straightening hair, but also for making delicate curls and flips in your hair as well to create many different styles. This video is perfect for people who would like to have various different ha...

How To: French braid with or without extensions

This video by Mschanda instructs viewers on how to 'French braid with or without extensions'. The instructor uses a mannequin to show how to french braid actually how to corn row. Extensions are fake loose hair (either synthetic or human) used in this case to make the hair appear thicker and/or longer. After watching this informative how to video you'll know how to french braid (corn row) hair with and without the use of extensions.

How To: Cut your bangs like Hanh

Cut your bangs like Hanh! First, part off a triangular section of hair. Use a comb and keep it nice and straight. Make sure to take some of the bangs that hang down in front of your ears to frame your face. Pin the rest of your hair back. Then wet and comb your bangs. They don’t need to be soaked, but damp. Next, take a razor comb and start cutting so the shortest sections are at nose level and cascading down from there. Cut them longer as you move away from the center of your face. Make sure...

HowTo: DIY Lady Gaga Hair Bow

The best thing about going Gaga for Halloween is the variety of possibilities. Lady Gaga's wardrobe is vast and colorful: the Meat Dress, her trippy Anime Eyes, the scantily clad Caution Tape look, the Soda Can Hair Rollers, the light up Gothic Crown, the Cigarette Smoking Glasses, and, of course, the classic Hair Bow from Poker Face. It's my personal favorite, and the following illustration is easy to follow. If you don't feel like messing with your own hair and have a wig around the house, ...

How To: Get a pin-up model or rockabilly hair style

Learn how to get a great rockabilly hairstyle. •First of all, curl up the hair using the le Angelique curls which are available in Pretty Choice and the link for which is available in the side bar. • And then use another curling iron which is also available in the same website and the information is also available in the side bar. •And then pin up the hair in such a way that it is closest to the forehead by finger styling just for the way it has to look. •And then she uses some bumble and bum...

How To: Style side bangs and fringe

In this tutorial, we learn how to style bangs. First, spray heat protector onto your hair and brush, make sure your bangs are damp. Now. grab your tunnel brush and hair dryer. Apply the brush under your bands and twist under, pulling it to sides. Make sure the blow dryer is on medium heat, not high. Keep blow drying your bands until they are fully dry on the top and bottom. Now, take a straighten and pull the bangs over to the side you desire, curling slightly at the bottom. Once you are fini...

How To: Clean a Curling Iron

It’s inevitable – the sticky, messy buildup accumulating on your curling iron. Use any of the methods in this how-to video to de-gunk and get on with the business of beautifying. Your curling iron will work better, last longer, and make your hair look nicer when the curling iron is clean and in good condition. Check out this video and learn how to keep your curling iron and hair in styling shape.

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.