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In this video, learn how you can create the Rihanna hairstyle.
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Hello, my name is Angela Smith and this is Karla, and what I have done is given her celebrity curls like Rihanna and now we are going to show you how to style those curls. First you will need your oil or if you are Caucasian, Indian or any other race you are going to need like a glossing polish. You take a little bit in your hands and you just apply it to the hair.
What you will do next is just takes those curls and pull them up and out. Up and out all the way around, just like that. You will need your basic comb and you will just style it into position. Rhianna usually has hers coming towards her face and this is -- when you are doing this you don't want to run the comb through the top part of it because it will mess up the curls and that's the whole point is to have those sexy curls and there you go, Rihanna's hair style.
Next we are going to show you how to do Rihanna's makeup to match up to the hairstyle.