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On behalf of tvlesson.com, this is Lizbeth Muller from Liz’s Hair Design in Hollywood, Florida. In this clip we’re going to talk about soft up dos. Now, currently there are a lot of stars walking around on the red carpet with beautiful soft curls and very nice up do’s. And the way they’re getting it done, actually is that, everything is really softly, meaning, that they put their hair up and it’s not so neat. They roller set their hair or they’re using their natural curl and they’re just twisting their hair and putting pins in. even if it drops and doesn’t look perfectly neat, that’s what they’re using now. For example Nicole Kidman just recently walked up the red carpet with a beautiful side up bun, and she had it rolled in, and it was just dropping and it was absolutely wonderful. So if you go ahead and you use your curlers at home and use your curling iron, just put soft curls in, take your pins, tuck in your hair, nice and neatly, spray just a little bit of spray, don’t make the hair too hard, you’ll be in fashion. Well there’s always fashionable to be like nice and sexy and soft. So you can always wear you hair now and light curls using your own natural curls or you can get your rollers with a light setting lotion, roll your hair and make a nice soft and wavy and pin it up. Recently in Vogue and in a Red Book you see that they have a couple of articles in there and a couple of pictures of the stars recent hairstyles. So go ahead and pick them up anytime and check it out. It will show you what you need and products you need and what kind of curling iron, flat irons you need to place those curls in and to get that kind of look. So if you pick those up you’ll see what’s going on in today’s hair and even again, you can use it later on. You can use these styles also for weddings, you can use them for everyday, and you don’t have to actually just do it for occasions. So the thing that I like about this new up do’s or up do’s spirit is that you can make them really soft and pretty, and it doesn’t have to be like for an actual wedding. Now, if you’re going to go ahead and do something like this, make sure that you take your time, get your products at a place that maybe has for a type of hair, any type of hair that’s going to make it nice and soft and not hard, meaning you don’t want anything that has a lot of hard, harsh chemical or hairspray that’s really tough on the hair. You want hairsprays now that are soft and light. 02:36 oil hairspray, that’s wonderful and you’ll see the look that you can get. On behalf of tvlesson.com, this has been Lizbeth Muller and thanks for watching.