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Begin by using day-after hair. I am brushing my hair with a T3 hair brush. Separate the hair intersections, clipping it up. Today's tool was provided by beautytwist.com. It's the 450-degree professional curling iron by BaByliss.
When curling the hair, make sure to go in sections away from the face and towards the face. When getting closer to the face itself, go away from the face. And here, we are going to start off making the teased crown of this look, the pinup-inspired look. You are going to section off the crown with your fingers. I hate my camera. It's going to be about just like that and just pinup back. Here, we are going to start teasing.
I am using the Frederic Fekkai coiffing spray. It's a really nice spray, it smells really good too. You can get it as far. Right here, we are just going to start teasing the hair and teasing the hair real like crazy and taking that piece that we pin back, teasing it just a bit and pinning it up really, really high.
Separate the hair that's left on the side and comb away from the face using your hair brush. Give it a little spray and comb it, not all the way because we still want to keep the curl. Now, this technique does take some time and it does take some skill. So if you don't get around the first try, please take your time, it is definitely a craft. But my technique is to roll it on the fingers, roll it around the fingers first and I will show you right now. There you go, roll it around the fingers and then secure it to the head.
Continue on this side with the same technique. Don't worry about if the rolls on the head are even and they are meant to be. They are meant to be sporadically placed and it's pretty much look very soft and feminine. Now, for the business of this whole thing; the front of this kind of hairstyle is definitely the best thing to work on. Well, the hardest thing to work on, but it is supposed to look very, very neat.
So it doesn't matter what side you put it on, I just part it from the left to the right just because that's how my part goes. Curl it towards the face and separate it into sections. For this curl I am going to separate and do a section and go away from the face. Give it a little bit of a spray and pad it down. It's not going to be a wonderful curl, you don't really need it to be; you just need that shape of the curl going backwards, towards the crown of the head.
Comb it back and now we start the roll. I am using the same technique as I have done before, rolling it around the finger and then flattening it on the head. After you have combed out the bangs, curl it away from the face. Again, just like the previous curl, we don't want it really too tight. We just want the shape going in that similar direction. And just like the same with all the other rolls, I am rolling it around the finger and flattening it right to the head.
And that is it, that's the final look, that is the pinup-inspired hair tutorial. I really hope you enjoyed it. Thank you very much for watching and subscribing. There is the back of it. Alright guys! Bye!