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In this Make up video, make up artist Glitterdollz7 shows you how to create a Dita Von Teese hair style.
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So that’s the look now I'm going to do the hair. For this, I would still get a powder brush. So, this is just to smooth everything out. I don’t normally—like when I'm doing rollers, I don’t have a pattern and then go from that, it’s just because the Dita Von Teese has normally got a pattern and then from there the curls go either side and I’ll only take my rollers back over but this is just to show you basically. And I've never done this before for Dita Von Teese so I don’t know how well it will turn out.
Right, what I'm going to do now is after I've taken my rollers out, I just like softly separate the curls. So I'm not going to put any product on. Right this is a bit curly to be honest.
I wan to try and do it similar to the picture, it’s not going to look the same because I haven't got an expensive stylist to do my—powder brush, just gently brush the curls and see, it brings in to one big one. We’re going in and brushing it out over. And then take your fingers and just smooth out. If you want to put hairspray on, you can put that on and especially if you’ve got the kind of hair that doesn’t hold very well. I'm just taking some—grips and you can leave it down like that, that was quite nice and in the picture, she’s got it just behind her ear and this is more of a 40s look.
So all I did was, once the curl—I'm just holding it behind my ear but I'm pushing it up just to give a little bit of height there and just clip it down. When you put the clips in, just cross them over, just to get it more securely. This is a super easy look to do and if you're not comfortable with putting rollers in yourself, if you feel like you might get a bit stuck when it comes in the back, then just get someone to help you if possible or—I'm not very neat, I just grab sections and just roll them, I can't see, I don’t use any other mirror, just put them in.
And that’s it. You're probably going to spray some hairspray on the end but I like to leave mine just because it looks a little bit more natural. I don’t want it looking stiff or anything. So, there you go. Oops,—upside down. So that’s it and you could always, if you wanted to click this section back, and all this is, is a fringe, I have like a short fringe and after so let it go and that’s what that is. And if you wanted to, you could click that back, maybe just put it there.
So now what we’ll do is the Kat Von D look so if you check out that video, I’ll try and do the link thing that comes up on the bottom so you can just press that. If not, if I don’t know how to do it, then I’ll put it as a video response. So make sure you check that out and thanks for watching. Bye.