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In this video of TVLesson hairstylist Liz Muller shows you how to create a side updo. Liz Muller is the owner of Liz's Hair ...
Design in Hollywood, Florida. As a professional hair designer and color specialist since 1985, she is one of the top Internet gurus
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On behalf of tvlesson.com, this is Lizbeth Muller from Liz’s Hair Design in Hollywood, Florida. In this clip I’m going to show you how to do a side up do. We’re going to take the hair all the way over to the side, spray it well please, even though we want soft, because soft is in, we still want a little bit of neatness for this one. We’re going to take it and twist it upward, twist it, twist it, twist it all the way up but towards one side of the head please. And then we’re going to take it and pin it into our head. Her hair is so heavy, I’m using bobby pins, and you can also use these kinds of pins also. Just turn it in, keep curling it all the way. And now you take this piece here, this is to the side already and we want just neat. You want this to be soft, I want it to just hang, I don’t want it to be too tight, just want to hang a little lose. I’m going to go ahead and use my bobby pins, cross the hair, cross it, just keep crossing it like this. I’m going to, just like curls a little bit, tassel it, just turning my curls in a little bit to drop to the side of the hair. This side seems a little unneat, we’re just going to place one more upward like this, because it just need to be a little neater and just, we want the curl to just drop it, drop it soft. I want soft and just drop to the side. Put a little hairspray here to the top. Make those stresses hang down and this is how we go ahead and make a side up do, just take that last comb. And this is how you do a side ponytail up do. On behalf of tvlesson.com, this has been Lizbeth Muller and thanks for watching.