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In this make video, make up artist Miss Pumkin shows you how to put your hair into a bow, in a super fast, easy way.
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How to Create a Bow Hair Style
Hello. This is Miss Pumpkin. Today I’m going to show you how to do this bow hairstyle. You can do this with all you hair or just a section of that in here. So, I hope you like the video and I'll see you soon. Bye-bye.
We’re going to start with brushed untangled hair. And the first thing we’re going to do is punt the section of the top if the head and secure it with a hair band. As you can see I'm just punting my hair and then I'm going to smooth it out with a comb to make sure that I don’t have any bumps and that all the hair is flat and smooth.
We’re going to smooth it out and then you can decide if you want to have their bow in the middle of your head or to the side. I'm going to do it to the side. So as you can see, I will out the hair band a little bit to the right. We’re going to secure the hair and I recommend you to use a hair band that matches your color so it’s easier to hide.
And then once we have this ponytail, we are going to put another hair band separated from this one that we have to put and this is going to make the difference. The further away that you put the elastic on the second elastic, the bigger the bow is going to be. And the closer to the other hair band that you put it, the smaller and the rounder the hair ball is going to be.
So as you can see, I have left about twenty centimeters. And now, what we’re going to do is fold it so both elastics meet and we have a sort of semi-circle on the top of the head which we can divide with our fingers to make a bow.