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In this video of TVLesson hairstylist Liz Muller shows you how to create a soft French roll updo. Starting with a basic loose ...
twist, roll up the back of the head and tuck the top underneath. If you have heavy hair, you might want to use lots of bobby pins
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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 make a soft French roll. Usually French rolls are very neat and tight and people don’t do it all the time like this but really again is in now to be very, very gentle and soft and at the hair drops and that’s not so neat. So what I’m going to do is I’m just going to make sure that she’s a little smooth here, we don’t want that you know frizzy kind of look over here, we wanted just to be soft. Okay, I’m going to start twirling my hair like a French roll in here and underneath here and just loosening my hands a little bit as I’m dropping it, taking it inward, taking it in, taking it in and then I’m going to tap this part here. You don’t have to be perfect again doesn’t have to be absolutely perfect at first just because you can smooth it out later. Okay, go take my pin and I’m going to start placing them in. Oops this is what happens when its soft it don’t worry you can just pin and do it again see, double pin that, soften it up. She has very heavy hair. That’s okay because we’re going to do it again. We’re going to continue to twist that hair. Here we go. And I’m going to tack in this piece here, okay. And hold it a little tighter this time. And I’m going to hop in because you can see now that at home this is going to happen now if you’re going to try this is going to happen, that’s not a problem. You can always get that tucked in and fixed up immediately see, nice and soft and we tuck it in like this. and do here is I’m just going to clear out my comb. Pretty one on top of his hair and I’m going to use it to smooth this one here and just tuck it in, tucking in all like this and use it and I’ll use a bobby ion right here to tighten up just a little bit, tighten it some more. You can do some work sometimes just if you want to change it up and have something different before going to go out or to a party and I’m going to put one right here, underneath here to make it a little bit this hot on the hair again just smooth it out a little bit in there. It’s going to be soft just use a spray right here to soften up the hair, twirl it around, push it down like this. This is your soft French roll. On behalf of tvlesson.com, this has been Lizbeth Muller and thanks for watching.