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In this video of TVLesson hairstylist Liz Muller shows you how to create an updo with pin curls. This hairstyle starts with ...
a basic ponytail. Then take pieces of previous-curled hair and make pin-curls. Pin the curls from the top and use bobby pins to sec
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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 an up do with pin curls. Ok, I’ve already preset my client in a ponytail, you can push it higher or medium, you’re going to take pieces of the hair, make sure that the hair has been curled, previously curled and you’re going to make pin curls with your fingers and you’re going to take them and roll them and that’s how you make pin curls, roll it and you’re going to put pins on the hair, make sure you put probably pins on the hair if it’s heavy like, her, she has very heavy hair. Ok, I’m going to take another piece of hair, roll it and you place it here, pin curl it like this. And take another piece of her hair, take a little bigger piece, I’m going to roll it to this way, have it move it for a different directions, four different directions, you can do as many as you want, just to create something different, ok you like the same all, same all. Roll it and I’m going to pin curl it underneath here, I’m just going to roll it and pin it on top of this one here. I’m just going to take it and move it around so I can just make the pin curls wherever I want, have a size I want when I open this one up a little bit more, just to create something different. I don’t want anything neat again, I just want something different. Oops! Here’s a little bit heavy, I’ll do that one more time and I’m doing this from the hair, just to make a little difference. I don’t want anything neat I want something a little bit messy. Ok, and then different direction, let me hide that pin a little bit. When the pin is showing, you want to hide it a little bit and then we can push this one this way, whatever I go to pop this pin. And I do this over here, give me another bobby pin. You can go just all around just different kind of size of pin curls. It doesn’t have to be this kind of size, it can be different kind of sizes, but this is more less and up do with different kind of pin curls, rolled into a soft bun. On behalf of tvlesson.com, this has been Lizbeth Muller and thanks for watching.