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How To: Clip in loose curl hair extensions

Loose curls are the new big thing in hair. Suddenly, all of the starlets are walking around with long, beautifully bouncy curls. How do you think they go from short straight do's to long flowing waves in a matter of months? Hair extensions of course! In this tutorial, learn how to apply long curly extensions yourself and stay up with the latest trends without changing your natural hairstyle. You never know when the trends will switch to short and straight again.. who knows what's next, but wi...

How To: Get loose, model, wavy hair

In this tutorial, we learn how to get loose, model, wavy hair. First, spray heat protector all over the hair and then comb it out. From here, heat up a 1" curling iron and put half your hair up. After this, take the bottom half of the hair and part it into small sections. Then, curl each of these sections with your curling iron. Continue to do this for all the sections of your hair until you have finished curling your entire head of hair. Then, use your fingers to comb the curls out and make ...

How To: Style loose beach ready bohemian hair

Jennifer a licensed cosmetologist demonstrates how to create a loose beach style bohemian hairdo. Jennifer starts by explaining how to part the hair in the front of the head. She does this to then show viewers how to create a French braid as many celebrities like Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Aniston and Molly Sims have been spotted wearing. She demonstrates how to zig zag the part by using a rat tail comb to place in the middle of the part and make a zig zag motion to create the look. Jennifer als...

How To: Style loose curls and hair waves with a curling iron

This video explains how to create loose curls and hair waves using only a curling iron. The first step is to treat your hair with some heat treatment spray so the curling iron cannot burn the hair being curled. The next step is to hold all of your hair up above your head and remove hair until your bundles are only an inch thick. After you make your hair into around seven one inch strands you can start to use the curling iron to straighten the hair. The last step is to roll your hair around th...

How To: Loosen & soften hair curls with a regular curling iron

You don't need expensive equipment to keep your hair up to par with today's fashion standards. There's a gazillion different ways to curl your hair, but the one tool you should have is one of those cheap, regular curling irons available just about everywhere. With this normal curling iron, you can create loose and soft curls in your hair, and all it takes is a delicate touch. LiliTheDarkMoon shares her secret to perfect, luxurious, almost natural curls that create a subtle glamour look, witho...

How To: Create a loose wavy hairstyle with two curling irons

In this tutorial, we learn how to create a loose wavy hairstyle using two curling irons. You will need a 1" curling iron and a 2" curling iron to do this look. To start, place the curling irons next to each other and weave your hair in between both of them, making a wave shape. Leave this in your hair for around 15 seconds, then shake the hair loose. When finished, your hair will come out wavy! To keep this look lasting, spray hair spray into it during or after you have curled your hair. Do t...

How To: Get "GHD" (good hair day) loose waves with your hair

In this tutorial, we learn how to get loose waves with your hair. You will need to have your hair layered to make this hair curly. First, section off the hair so the top is up and the bottom is hanging down. After this, place the straightener in the hair and push it down away from your face and push down until you reach the bottom of the hair. Continue to do this in small sections throughout your entire head. The smaller the sections, the more defined your curls will be. Now, take some hair s...

How To: Combine dreadlocks with a loose hair tool

First of all check how far your smaller dread comes down towards your larger one. Then you have to put the tool all the way in and grab the tip of the smaller dread and then pull back here. Use the dread tool which has a point at the tip. Use this to poke inside the dread to make way. Poke around and you shall find some loose hair that shall make way for your tool to come out at the top. If you find any dead-end then just put the tip a little higher and start again. When the tip pops out, the...

How To: Curl hair into loose curls with a straightening iron

Loose, sexy beach curls are the hair equivalent of our go-to LBD, universally flattering even on our worst, most sleep-deprived days. Whether you haven't learned how to do this simple yet gorgeous hairstyle yet or just need a refresher course because you're feeling lazy, you should watch this tutorial to learn how to curl your hair loosely using a GHD straightening iron.

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 easy loose curls

Using some heat protecting spray, a large-barreled curling iron, and a hair clip, you should be able to make easy loose curls very simply. If your hair does not usually hold curls well, you can perhaps just shampoo your hair and not condition it. Using this technique, we are shown how to make large, loose curls, especially more towards the ends of your hair by curling the iron carefully around your hair from the outside going in, using a smaller iron if you have shorter hair. This technique w...

How To: Give yourself loose, casual curls with a curling iron

In this video, we learn how to give yourself loose, casual curls with a curling iron. First, you need to put heat protector in your hair and make sure it's straight enough to curl. After this, break your hair into small sections and heat up a large barrel curling iron. Next, put the curling iron in the section of hair and stop when you reach the root. Hold the curling iron in place for several seconds, then release the hair. When it comes out, it should be a loose curl. If it's too tight, bru...

How To: Get Kesha inspired messy loose scrunched waves

Are you a fan of the hot new pop icon Kesha? This video will teach you how to create her loose scrunched waves look. This instructional video requires you to use both a flat iron and blow dryer. The first step is to put volume product into the hair before blow drying it completely dry. Next, part the hair off to the side, making sure to not use your natural part line. Third, section off the hair into manageable strips. Then, place the strip into the flat iron and bend the hair around the iron...

How To: Create a party hairstyle for long hair in 5 minutes

My Fat Rocket Hairstyling ideas demonstrates this party hairstyle for long hair. Divide the hair into a few section before beginning. Pull a curling iron through the hair strand in a downward twisting motion. Move the curler through the hair slowly so the hair curls up at the ends. Using the right motion, a hair straightener can also be used to create the curls. Some strands of hair may need to be processed more than once. Use hairspray to secure the look. For a more sophisticated look, after...

How To: Style long hair into a Victorian era updo

Torrin creates a Victorian up-do with long hair. The style can be done with hair that is at least just past the shoulders in length. Make a ponytail at the base of the neck. Slide the band down a bit and poke fingers through the middle of the ponytail to split the hair. Then pull the ponytail through the split from top to bottom. Separate the ponytail into three sections and make three English braids. Attach the three braids together with one rubber band, leaving several inches of hair left o...

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.

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