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How To: Do a great updo hairstyle with extensions

Jennifer Pompa, from the Hairtalk TV Show, describes, "Pop", the company who makes the "StyleMaker" who has the great new "Put on Pieces", which is made of a lot of gorgeous hair on a rubber band that is strong and durable.She says "It's a heat friendly synthetic fiber that you can wear it straight or curly, you can blow dry it to accessorize your look and treat it like your own hair."For a chignon, you can twist your hair into a pony-tail and use the POP as a lovely chignon by twisting it ar...

How To: Lampwork a glass curly-Q

This instructional lampworking video shows how to make flame worked coils of glass.Use a rod of cold, thick glass to wrap the curly-q around. Using a thin, molten string of glass, feed the melted glass into the torch flame as you slowly turn the cold glass rod. This will create a quick and delicate glass coil.

How To: Grow tomato plants more effectively for massive yields

To anyone who has grown tomatoes, the vertical metal cages that they grow in are a familiar sight. This video is here to tell you why you should throw away all of your cages. No, it isn't telling you that tomatoes cause cancer or anything. What it does describe is a technique for growing tomatoes without cages by allowing them to grow laterally, which makes them very strong and will ultimately lead to massive yields for each plant. Forget everything you thought you knew about tomato growing, ...

How To: Create a curly hairstyle inspired by Taylor Swift

Don't look much like Taylor Swift? Don't even have the same colored hair? It doesn't matter—you can still get Taylor Swift's hottest hairstyles as long as you have the right length. Katinthehat4883 shows you her method of mimicking Taylor Swift's latest curly hair. You'll need only four items: a curling iron with glove, hairspray, hair shine serum and thermal protection spray.

How To: Style a cute and curly retro hairstyle

In this tutorial, we learn how to style a cute and curly retro hairstyle. Start off by sectioning your hair off and starting on the underneath area of your side. Now, take your hair into sections and curl them into curlers. While these are sitting, take the top back portion of your hair and curl the hair, then place them into curlers as well. Continue to do this for all of the sections in your hair, pinning with bobby pins to keep them secure. Allow these to sit in your hair for around an hou...

How To: Manage your American Girl dolls' curly hair

In this tutorial, we learn how to manage your American Girl dolls' curly hair. First, you will need a spray bottle with water in it to spray on the curls. If you can't brush it, that's fine, just run your fingers through it. If you can brush it, run your brush through the hair after spraying it. To curl her hair, you will separate the hair into sections. Then, you will curl the sections by rolling them around the finger to create a spiral curl. When finished, the hair will look gorgeous and l...

How To: Create a twisted, curly updo with messy spikes

Emma Watson put it best when she said in a recent "Teen Vogue" interview that there's nothing interesting about looking perfect. And it's true: A few undone hairs here, a stained red lip instead of a perfectly painted on one, and mixing fashion styles when you dress help add interest to your look and show off your personality.

How To: Get great looking curls with a flat iron

In this video, we learn how to get great looking curls with a flat iron. First, heat up your straightener and clip up your hair so you curl the underneath first. Now, you will take sections of your hair depending on how big you want the curls. Grab the iron and place it in your hair at the top near the root. After this, twist the straightener and then pull down slowly until you reach the bottom of the hair. Wrap your finger around your hair to make it more curly, then continue to curl until y...

How To: Add bounce and shine to your curly bob with HerCut

HerCut is an innovative new line of haircare products at Sephora that's built on the premise that every haircut is unique and requires its own styling products to create the best texture and shine. As "no duh" as this seems, there actually aren't many lines out there that are built for individual hair styles.

How To: Create an elegant band look for curly hair

In this video, we learn how to create an elegant band look for curly hair with Liz Muller. To start, you will take a comb and brush the front of your hair to flatten it out and make it straight. Push your hair to the back of your head, then take pins to pin the hair back on the head. Make sure it's tight so the hair doesn't become loose. Continue to pin the hair on the bottom, then bring your hair to the front. Do this on the other side of your head, again brushing the bangs back to make them...

How To: Get taylor swift curly hair

This tutorial video demonstrates a very simple method of how to curl hair. A very small sections of hair are taken and one end is held using a flat iron. Now this hair is curled using the same iron by twisting the hair to the iron. The hair is held in this position for a few seconds. Some hair spray is applied so that the curl remains for longer. After removing the iron, some more hair spray is applied. The same process is continued for the whole of the hair by holding the end of the small se...

How To: Create a short, curly bob look

Want to take your bob from straight and boring to curly and sexy? This video shows you how! First, spray a heat protectant on your dry hair, then put up most of your hair so you are working with the bottom section of hair first. Take your curling iron (whatever size curls you are looking for, smaller with create tighter curls, bigger will create looser curls) and start curling about one inch strands of hair. Alternate directions for a more natural look. Repeat the process with small sections ...

How To: Plunk your curly hair

To plunk your curly hair, first put all your hair products in and make sure your hair is half dry. Spray lift booster into the top of your hair. Add volume boosting mousse all over your hair. Then, add a curl activator and a de-frizz product to your hair to get a more defined curl. Next, grab a t-shirt and place it on a flat surface. Place your forehead on the t-shirt and wrap the shirt around your head. Tie the arms of the t-shirt around the back of your head. Leave the shirt on your head fo...

How To: Get a scrunchy hair look without heat

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to get curly/wavy hair without heat. You will need a hair brush, hair gel, hairspray, and bobby pins. This video provides step-by-step instructions that allows the viewer to follow along and easily pause the video to keep up to pace. We are also given a visual example of how to do this hairstyle, as well as, how it will turn out. This video will benefit those viewers who do not want to use heat on their hair, as well as those who do not know how to ge...