In this video, we learn how to get a feathered look with your hair. First, take the top of your hair and hair spray it on the back. After this, tease the hair and then place a large barrel curling iron in it. Then, take a clip and roll it into the clip. Continue to do this all the way down until you reach the bottom middle of your hair. After this, hairspray your hair, then do this on the sides of your hair and on your bangs. When finished, take the pins out of your hair and hair spray, then ...
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.
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...
If you are growing your hair super long, you may need to check out this tutorial. In this video, made for girls who already know how to braid but need a few tips, you will learn how to manage that long mane and keep it in a tight braid.
If you are looking for a totally cool emo punk rock style ala Fall Out Boy, check out this tutorial. In it, you will learn how to tease up short hair into fun messy spikes. This method works fantastic for men and women with super cropped locks.
A French braid is good, but how about a French braid that incorporates ribbons? Now we're talking! In this video, learn how to braid ribbons into your French braid to create a unique style, different from the "same old braid". From You Tips 4 U, a great tutorial, free for those looking to take their hairstyles up a notch!
Barbers can be expensive, especially if you have very short hair and need to go often. In this two part tutorial, learn how to buzz your own hair. Keyon takes you step by step through his grooming process and offers useful tips and tricks along the way.
This video shows you how to easily and properly highlight dark hair with blond highlights at home! First, you need to have your choice of store bought highlights (try Renew highlights!). First, put the gloves on that are provided in the highlighting kit. Get scissors and cut the powder and empty this in the tray. Now add this with the mix given. Stir these together with the applicator brush. Grab a towel, wrap it around yourself to protect your clothes. Select the hair that you wish to highli...
Need help learning how to do a French twist or pleat? Learn from a makeup artist who will get you "twisting" in no time! To start you are going to make sure you have a few things: a smoothing/bristle brush, a comb/backcombing brush, and plenty of hair pins. Step by step, you will learn the tricks to a lovely French twist. Remember, that practice is the key to perfecting this style. Follow the tips in this video and you will be showing off a sexy up-do with a salon look!
To make fantastic hair braid styles, you need to have the right tools. Learn the different combs you need to make braided hairstyles in this free video series.
This hair tutorial teaches you how to use an at home foil highlighting kit. Save money on trips to the hair salon by applying highlights and lowlights at home. Watch this how to video and get salon perfect highlights for your hair at home.
Want to take that ponytail to the next step. Add a new look to your hair arsenal by learning how to turn a simple ponytail into a classic bun.
The first time many people dye their hair they use hydrogen peroxide. Perhaps as a teenager or ignorant college student they just walk into a supermarket, and buy the liquid, and go home and apply it. The result is usually dry blonde hair, which starts breaking in the process. Using hydrogen peroxide to bleach hair is affordable and can give great results but only if used well.
Whether you paid a few hundred bucks at the salon or just used the drugstore boxed stuff, it sucks when your hair color doesn't turn out the way you want. You can lighten the overall color with vitamin C, but if you're specifically looking to remove brassy tones from blonde hair, there's a better way to go.
Hair products can work wonders, but the good stuff is usually super expensive. Plus, most of the major brands use a ton of ingredients you can't even pronounce, so it's safe to say a lot of us have no idea what we're putting in our hair. The good side is that most products can be made at home using basic ingredients for a fraction of the cost of commercial brands. Hairspray is no exception, and actually one of the easier ones to make.
Step 1: Tie a Ponytail Use clear elastic to tie a ponytail and divide the ponytail into 2 segments.
Make a Disney Princess Belle hairstyle! This hairstyle was inspired by the hair Belle was wearing with her lovely yellow ball gown in the Disney movie "Beauty And The Beast."
A Dutch braid is really just a French braid turned upside down. So rather than pleat your hair with the braid showing underneath the hair, with a Dutch braid the braid is on top, making it look more bulbous - and yes, milkmaid-ish.
Pop superstar Gwen Stefani needs little help looking cool. She did, after all, singlehandedly bring back rasta prints and made Japanese Harajuku prints and designs popular in the mainstream.
If you have naturally curly hair than frizz is an everpresent villain. Whether it's very humid outside, snowing, or the sun is shining, somehow those pesky little stray hairs always find a way to shoot themselves up and out of your hairstyle.
We've found that if you add French braids to any hairstyle, you instantly add a dose of romantic charm and Rapunzel-ness. We have no doubt that you're an independent woman with no need for a knight in shining armor, but isn't it fun to feel princess-y every once in a while?
In this tutorial, we learn how to style your hair into side spikes. First, you will brush the back of the top of your hair up into the air and then put it into a rubber band. After this, repeat for two more pieces until they are in a line ready for spikes. Then, grab the first section and remove the band from it. Then, spray hair spray in it and tease it until it's standing straight up in the air. Hold it up while you are spraying it so it keeps shape. Repeat this for the other spikes. When f...
You wait forever to dye your hair because you can't afford the costs of hair dye products. This video will show you a way to dye your hair on time without breaking your wallet. The secret? Kool-Aid and food coloring. Watch to see the transformation from natural black hair to a color of your choice.
Need a complementary, beautiful hairstyle to go with your Greek goddess costume this Halloween? Then this braided goddess updo is exactly what you're looking for. While this look is great for a Halloween costume, it's also not too showy to be worn on a daily basis.
Getting your hair done and dyed at the salon feels luxurious and is as much a rejuvenating, spa-like experience as it is a practical coloring session. But with the economy as it is and hair color appointments costing upwards of $100 average, it's quite a costly expense.
Despite being based on the ultra feminine and severe Victorian style of dressing, Japanese Lolita tends to go a little crazy when it comes to stylization and improvisation of fashion, makeup, and hair. Just take this crazy pouf of a pigtail, for instance.
Scorpion pleats are not in fact fierce-looking hair braids that are out to sting you. Rather, when we're talking about hair, scorpion pleats are fun, upturned pleats that are slightly messy. When paired along with a traditional French braid, scorpion pleats add a dimension of carefree joie de vivre.
If you're lucky enough to have manageable pin-straight hair then we envy you. Most girls deal with frizz and damaging styling products on a daily basis trying to get their hair to look like yours.
If all you imagine is the saggy cafeteria lady at your school when you think about hair buns, then you've got some learning to do. Check out this hairstyling tutorial to learn how to create a glamorous and flirty romantic bun with lots of curled, loose tendrils.
Pin up girl makeup and hairstyles sure are sexy, but just ask modern day pin ups like Gwen Stefani or Dita Von Teese and you'll find that looking that great requires more than a little patience and hard work. While we wouldn't wake up an hour early every day to achieve that glamorous pin up look, every once in a while we love feeling and looking this gorgeous.
Beyonce looks like a veritable MGM screen siren in her music video for "Why Don't You Love Me?", pulling of very retro curled hair, WWII bandanas, and and plush red lips. She pulls off a kind of dated that we envy rather than feel distanced from.
Let's face it: You're exploding with joy at the fact that your best friend is getting married, but the bridesmaid dress? Sorry, but the last time you pulled off chartreuse was in second grade when your mother dressed you as a duckie for Halloween.
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.
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 ...
In this tutorial, we learn how to do a side headband braid with ribbon intertwined. First, grab a ribbon that is around 32 inches and any color you want. Now, take a chunk of hair on the side of your head, and place the middle of the ribbon underneath it. Now, separate your hair into three sections, then start to braid by connecting the ribbon in with the strands. Once you finish this, tie off at the end. Now, make a messy bun in the back of your hair with the braid on the side still. After t...
In this tutorial, we learn how to rock an emo hairstyle. First, blow dry your hair with a round brush, then place the top section down and to the side of your hair. Next, take small sections and spray your hair with heat protector. Now, straighten your hair in each of the different sections until it's pin straight. next, take heavy gloss and work it through the ends of the hair to add texture. Make sure the bangs are covering the front of the face, and the hair looks messy. This will give you...
In this tutorial, we learn how to get spiral ring curls in your hair. To start your hair, you will place our entire head of hair into rollers. Leave this in your hair and let dry naturally or with a blow dryer, then remove the rollers from your hair. This hair style should stay in for the entire day without hair spray, but if you are going to be doing something active, place some hair spray in your hair. You can do a half up and down look or you can put the entire hair up. Style your hair how...
In this tutorial, we learn how to do a hairstyle wave like the one in "The Notebook". First, start out by curling your entire head of hair. Now, grab your bangs and brush them up, then spray them with hair spray and let them dry while standing up. Then brush the bangs down to the side and spray the ends with hair spray and mold the hair with the hair spray. Clip the hair in place, and then spray hair spray over it once more. Once the hairspray is dry, take the clips out and brush the hair out...
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...
Rolling straight out of bed without brushing your hair and into a comfy pair of sweats may be an okay look for going to a college lecture (you can continue to catch up on your sleep after all), but when Friday night hits it's time to amp up your glamour game.