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Hi, I am Tasha with the Erwin Gomez Salon & Spa. Today we'll be creating a red carpet look of the one and only Jessica Simpson. Now, we're going to move right into doing the diagonal sectioning in the nape area to start curling. Firstly what we're going to do, I am going to want to bring your head down slightly as so. Come to the nape, and we want to take about one inch section all the way across from ear to ear in the nape area as so. Comb that hair down, take the top section and twist that away.
Once you have the hair down in place as so, you will want to go to this side and take a diagonal, which will be just like this, and comes straight down at a diagonal to create a look just like that. You want to go through, take another one of your clips, the hair that's not needed you would want to go to, pin that away.
Your section should roughly be between one inch to one and a half inch, just so enough hair is kind of left out, where you are not doing too smaller sections. The reason why you are going to definitely want to do larger sections, is what that's going to do, it's going to create more mobility, throughout all of the hair as you are curling. That's how we section the hair and also beginning the curling process. Next we will go through in a separately section to start creating our look.