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GiellBeauty shows you how to easily give your hair an updo style for when you're on holiday.
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How to Create a Holiday Updo for Short Hair
Hey, it's Erin. Today I want to do quick tutorial on how to create Updo with short hair. I've already curled my hair using my hair straightener. I’ll put a link to the side on the video that shows you how to do that.
You're going to need six to ten bobby pins. It will depend on your hair length. So, you want to start by taking sections and just twisting them towards the back. When you pin them at the back, you will leave the end out a little bit. Don’t worry about your bobby pins showing because it’s not a big deal. Actually, you'll see a lot of hairstyles on the runways. You can see the bobby pins and hair clips that they're using on their hair.
If you know— you have a holiday party that you're going to, you can use rhinestone hair pins or decorative clips. So, you're just going to twist. I've just left a couple of pieces out here. So again, just twist it and pin it. I'm going to show you the back in just a moment here. Leaving me on the ends of this is what’s going to create the updo look in the back. With the ends curled, it aluminizes effect.
I've got these shoulder hairs back here. You kind of pin it in the back but I just twist them up and pin them. It’s not a big deal if some of the hairs are sticking out or left down. A bit of a messy style is in. then of course you want to take a mirror and check out the back.
Now see, you can above this flat piece here which you don’t want to leave so you're just going to grab that and— although I can't see what I'm doing, you're just going to pin it so it’s not that straight section hanging out. I hope they can see this because I can't see what I'm taking.
I'm just going to take the back again and there we go. We will just add a little bit of hairspray to keep it in place. And this is an easy updo for short hairstyle. Thanks for watching.