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Who says you need an actual hair band to rock the band look? Professional hair designer and color specialist Liz Muller ...
demonstrates how to smooth out curly locks to create a natural banded look without the use of an actual hair band.
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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 push this back here, here and leave it out in a back. Ok, so I’m going to turn around and flatten this side, making it real straight, moving my hair to the side and pushing my hair all the way to the back of my head. What I do then is I pin it back. I want to turn around and pin my hair back on the head, back again here, pinning it in the back, in the bottom of the hair, make sure that it is tight so it doesn’t become loose. Continue to pin it when it’s really goes tight. You bring this hair down like this. You take the other side of the hair. I want to do a side part like really, side part like that, want to take the back of the hair. When its seem the way like this, sometimes what I do is I’ll clip it back, but if not, take a scrunch tool to get out of your way, and you put it back here for now, just hold in that back piece back, you don’t want to, it doesn’t have to be super neat, I can always call it later. But I take the side, and I want to make a real straight, use some good gel on it. There’s another gel called defy and it really makes the hair shiny and straight, that will use also. So just making it real straight and pinning it at the bottom, pinning it at the bottom of the hair, just taking the bottom and pinning it in real, real tight, taking it and placing above the pin in the back of the hair, squeezing it and making it extremely tight. After I do that I release the back of my hair and because my hair touch a little bit, curly here in the side, I hairspray down, I want it to be real, real flat, like when I wear in a band, like a band or a little, or a little clip on the front. And I want this to fall forward like this. What I do then is add a little bit gel in the back of my hair in the sides because it tend to freeze a little bit, or you can re-wet the hair also so it can get back that curl in the hair and I tend to make it curly again by putting the gel into my hair and squeezing it tight, and that’s how I get the band look in my hair.