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In this Make up video, make up artist Glitterdollz7 shows you how to create a faux Mohawk with heated Rollers.
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So I just done a tutorial, that’s why my makeup is a little bit out there. So make sure you check that out. And for this tutorial today is going to be heated rollers, this has been what I've been doing on the last tutorials. They're really hot and they're actually been in my hands. So these are Common 88s, House of Common. Like this. Ancient. Prophet ancient. You can get anything now like Fabulous Ones, probably Revlon and all that none sense. These ones were an anniversary gift, I think, to my mom. And she’s been married for 25 years. So these are quite old. What? 26 year old or something? And still going strong in the bat and the other ones that I got from Booth. So I'm going to use this today. And you get these little pins with them. I got tons of requests to do this faux Mohawk thing. And how do I put heated rollers in. so here we go. You got to section your hair. It needs to be brushed first like. Mines a bit tacky. The width that you need to put rollers in is the width, I think I flash mine a little bit too long. Let me just turn them off. So the width of hair you're going to need is from there to there. If you go over that, it just not going to be neat. It keeps it all together if it’s in there. It keeps nice and tight. So you just section your hair. You might need to clips. If you got really short hair and it doesn’t go behind your ear, and you will definitely will need to clips to just keep it out of the way. So if you just take a section quite far back to your crown. I'm just going to measure, see if that's all right. Probably a little bit wide. So I'm going to take a little bit less on this side. That should be fine. I haven’t got a clip so I'm going to have to tie this part back. And then I'm going to start from the front. So if you get like a tail comb. I think they're called tail comb. Get them anywhere. That metal part just makes it really easy to separate the hair. So I'm taking this section and just put it back. Ideally, clip it back. And if you spray this section, some heat protector on first. And then spray it with hair spray. I'm using L'Oreal’s hair net. These are really hot. I'm going to go back over. So I'm minding my over there, the curler to avoid the back of my hair. So you just get it in, get the tip in first. Tuck it in. and then start rolling. It’s really as simple as that. And then, because I have like all these baby fluff. I just like to spray it. And then clip it. And then just do that all the way along. So spray it. Mainly spraying the ends because I want to keep them nice and tight. And then actually I'm going to pin this one this way. Just so it doesn't end in the next one. Now you can give it a final little spray. If you're going to do this, then just keep the hair spray just a few inches away. Because you don’t want it to make it damp. So you want to leave them in until they're cool down, so you're looking at about 20 minutes. So I'm going to leave that, I'm going to do some house work while I got this in. and pray that no one comes to the door because I'm, I’ll just not answer it. Mind you answering the door like this, they’ll think I'm off of the tree. Think I'm flipping mental. So I'm going to come back and then I’ll take them out and show you what to do next. Okay. So I’ll see you in a bit. The ones that are completely cool down, you're going to want to take them out. I'm going to start from the back. You just remove the pins and then just gently unwind it. And already if you wanted to do like a rock bit tight style. Because it’s already curled it’s going to make a lot easier for you, so it just springs around your finger like so. So if you take the tip and you just roll it in your fingers. And then you put a pin in and that’s like kind of loop. So that’s the easiest way to do that. But I'm just going to get some pins. We call them curvy grips, and also some of you call them bobby pins. So I'm going to start from the back. So if you just get a section. Get your rat tail comb, I'm going to quickly show you how to back comb. You want to hold the hair, make sure that it’s untangled. Hold the hair gently, get the comb and you're going to push down. You're not pushing it, and then let it go. And you're not holding it so tight that you can't take some of the smaller hairs down. Because you're just doing small part at a time, that’s the easiest way to back comb. So, I’ll turn around so you can see. So if you just gently work the comb down the hair and push towards the base. So you got a bit of kind of a mess. And it ends up like that. And then you just spray. Just a little spray to keep it in place. And then you're going to do the same thing. Take another layer. And put the comb kind of a jagged teeth individual pieces. That’s why it doesn’t take the whole lot down. Just takes a few strands at a time. And then you already have something that resembles Jed Word. If you don’t know who that is, it’s probably because you don’t X-Factor. So then, what I like to do is just smooth that out a little bit. And then I use my fingers to gently guide it. Because I don’t want to pull it too much because I don’t want to unsettle the back comb. So if you just get it how you want. Sometimes I like it more poofy at the front. Sometimes I like it so it’s really big at the back. Sometimes I like to make it high. Sometimes I like it really messy. So it depends on what you want. If you're looking for a really small look, then you want to make it a smooth as possible. But be gentle. So I like mine to look messy. So I'm just going to start pulling a bit. So a bit fall out here and there. So it’s kind of like a Rihannily. It’s all about playing about. Just get some hair spray. Plus if it’s a little bit messy, then if bits fall out and what not. You can see it’s meant to look like that. That’s how I see it anyway. So sometimes I like to just have it all off my face, which I just kind of do that. And then my pins bits in place. And there you go. It’s my little faux Mohawk. And I shall speak to you soon. Bye.