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How To: French braid short layered hair

Showing you how you can create the French braid look even with short layered hair about five inches in length. Starting at the front of your hair you begin the braiding process by gathering three lengths of hair. As you go further back you continue to gather hair into the braiding strands to continue the French braid look all the way back and secured with a scrunchy at the end to make a longer French braided style look otherwise not creatable with regular short hair. Easy to repeat and follow...

How To: Use a Bumpit with a ponytail

In this video, learn how to use the Classic Bumpit to create height to your hair, and how to style it with a ponytail for a classic glamour look. Watch as the videomaker demonstrates how to keep it from showing and coming out with help from a few bobby pins.

How To: Style your hair like Sarah Palin

Although you may not agree with Sarah Palin's policies, there is one thing we all can agree on. Sarah Palin's hair looks great This tutorial teaches you how to do an "updo" Sarah Palin style. This is a quick and easy way to put your hair up without having to use any product, teasing or backcombing. Gather you hair into a pony tail, twist your hair, loop it upwards and clip it in place with a good size barette. Let the ends show at the top of your head. Then, gently loosen sections of your hai...

How To: Create Veronica Lake style hair waves

Veronica Lake was an iconic film star, her most recognizable feature was the peek-a-boo hair styles. In this instructional how to video we show you how to recreate that classic old Hollywood hair with modern tools. Use a curling iron to get beautiful soft waves reminiscent of old Hollywood glamour.

How To: Do Sisterlock and lock extensions for hair

Fashions come and go, but some beauty looks never go out of style. Take full, voluminous hair, for instance. Thick, enviably lustrous hair has been seen on stars on the red carpet for years and years, and the look is still going strong. And do you want to know a secret? There is not a single celeb who hits the red carpet without some hair that her mama didn't give her.

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: 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: Curl your hair with a CHI flat iron

This tutorial shows you how to curl your hair with a CHI flat iron. Comb your hair to remove tangles. Section your hair using clips to make it easier to curl individual strands. Take an inch-wide strand of hair and place it between the CHI flat iron about an inch or two down from the root of your hair. Press down firmly on the hair with the flat iron. Slowly slide the CHI flat iron down until you reach halfway down the strand. Twist the flat iron upwards and all the way around in a circular m...

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: 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: Style face framing curls in your hair

You have such a pretty face, why not show it off? Check out this tutorial and learn how to curl your hair in a style that frames your best asset - that gorgeous mug! This style doesn't take long and works for almost all hair types and lengths. So get curling and start turning heads when you leave the house!

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 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: 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: Get the Farrah Fawcett hairstyle look

The 70s will never die, and with your own Farrah Fawcett inspired hair style you can make sure! This how to video guides you through the steps necessary to get that great, feathery look. You're going to need some layers in your hair, so don't even attempt this if that's not the case. Also, you'll want the following products: hairspray, heat protectant, a brush, a straightening iron, a comb and a little bit of patience! Once you're done you'll have a hairstyle that Bosley would definitely appr...

How To: Style a sleek A-line bob haircut

Are you obsessed with bobs now after watching bombshell actress Olivia Wilde donning one (albiet it was a wig) in the futuristic action film "Tron"? If you're serious about taking the plunge into short hairhood, then check out this video for your introduction to cutting and styling an A-line bob.

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: Get full wavy hair with a scrunchie & hairspray

In this video, we learn how to get wavy hear without using heat. First, start off with clean dry hair and then brush out any tangles. Next, spray with light hairspray and flip your hair over your head. Now, spray again with hairspray and twist into a bun with a soft scrunchie. Leave this overnight, or for as long as you can keep it in for. When finished, remove the scrunchie from your hair and shake your hair out. You can also add in more scrunching hair spray or scrunching gel if you need it...

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 spiky textured hair style for men

Joico Spiker takes the time to show us how to style a mans hair so it is spiky and textured. It's very easy to get the gist of it even though the video is in a language other than english, . He recommends his hair styling product for this. He uses 3 separate stages of applying the hair gel, all three stages use about a nickel size dollop of gel. For the first stage you apply it over as much of an area as possible, setting a base for the second two stages. Next, you apply the second dollop of ...

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.