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How To: Add rhinestones to your hair for a special occasion

Prom and wedding seasons are fast approaching and there will soon be a ton of occasions where you will need to dress up. In this tutorial, learn how to take some normal craft rhinestones from Michaels or any craft store and velcro them into your hair. By using velcro, you will guarantee the stones stay put in your hair for the entire evening. Adding stones to your hair creates an ethereal, starry night hair look that is perfect for any formal event!

How To: Make a dreadhawk out of dreadlocks

This video shows how to make a "Dreadhawk," which is a mohawk made of dreadlocks. This is a unique hairstyle that provides a very different look. The instructor begins by separating his front section of hair from the rest, and making a ponytail with it using a rubber band. He continues in this manner, making five more ponytails with sections of hair. You can then tie ponytails together, restricting their movement and keeping the Dreadhawk more intact. This hairstyle can also be done with regu...

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: Rat your hair

Who said the eighties were dead? Well, they might be, but that doesn't mean you can't still rock the hairstyles. Take your hair to new heights by ratting it, which is simply another way of saying backcombing.

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: Work with a men's cowlick

Are you trying to tame a nasty cowlick? If so, this helpful how to from Stacey Staley of Blonde Toronto, shows you just what to do. You'll want to be working in the direction of your cowlick, otherwise you'll only be making matters worse.

How To: Use a double barrel curling iron to give yourself S waves

Want to learn how to give yourself the sexy, elegant S wave you see so many movie stars with these days? It's not as complicated as it looks - all you need is a basic twin barrel curling iron. The double barrel setup lets you weave your hair back and forth to create sexy S waves. Aside from a slightly different technique, it works just the same as a regular curling iron! This style is so easy, and works with most hair types!

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: Cut side swept fringe bangs

In this video, we learn how to cut side swept fringe bangs. To do this, you will either need hair scissors or a razor that is meant for cutting hair. Start off by having dry and straight hair. Next, you will curl the bangs so they are to the side of your head, using your blow dryer and a large round brush. Next, decide where you want your bangs to hit on your face. Then, brush your bangs down with a comb and use your razor or your scissors to cut the bangs to the right length. When you are fi...

How To: Put on dread falls

In this tutorial, we learn how to put on dread falls. First, put your hair into two buns onto the top of your head, then place two cut off socks on top of them. After this, take a string and tie it around the two buns. After this, apply your dread falls to the side of each different bun and tie them on with any type of string. When you are done, flip the dread over your head and then situate in the back. When you are finished, you can put a headband in your hair so the dreads look more realis...

How To: Section hair before applying color when dying hair at home

Looking for a primer on how to section hair when dying 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: 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: Braid your hair into a simple fish tail

Fish tail braids are basically the grown up version of the braids mom used to put in your hair every morning for school. With less of an uptight, "braid-y" look and more of a loose, touseled appearance, fish tail braids offer us a fun way to experiment with hair without looking like an 8-year-old.

How To: Get a high crown with half up, half down hair

In this tutorial, we learn how to do a half up and half down hair look. First, grab the top middle of your hair and comb it up, then hair spray it and tease it up. After this, curl while still holding up, the repeat this for the rest of the hair on your head. To finish, spray hair spray all over the hair to keep it in place. Next, pull half the hair up and push upwards, then use bobby pins to clip it into place. Check in the mirror to make sure it's even and move your head to make sure it's s...

How To: Create an inside out French braid/mohawk braid

You've probably never heard of or seen an inside out French braid before. Which is all the more reason you should try this tutorial! While it definitely sounds difficult, an inside out French braid is basically how a French braid would look like if you flipped it over. So rather than the braid being underneath the surface of the hair, it is on the surface of the hair instead. When braided down your head, it turns into a sort of mohawk look, only with a braid instead of spiky hair.

How To: Create a messy bed hair for men

This video shows the method to create a messy bed hair for men. Straighten your hair with a GHD ministyler. The product to be used to style your hair is ID hair dusty Bronze "clay wax". This should be applied in dry hair. You can wash the wax out by shampooing your hair twice. The shampoo to be used is Crew or ID hair peppermint. Put the finger in the wax and take out the wax. Rub the wax in your palms and apply it on your hair. Apply it in the front, back and sides. Use the wax again if it i...

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: Style a faux hawk in straight hair for men

This video shows how to make a men's hairstyle called a faux hawk. He uses a product called Renati Rock Hard along with got2be glued spray. Take a dab of the Rock Hard and rub it through your hair and make all your hair stand straight out, then spray it. Add more Rock Hard and style it by flattening the sides and pulling the top stright up. Pull the bangs forward and off to one side and make them spiky. Use a hairbrush on the sides to brush the hair forward, keeping it flat against the sides ...