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In this Make up video, make up artist Glitterdollz7 shows you how to create funky front hair rolls.
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How to Create Funky Front Hair Rolls
So today, I want to do some modern 40’s style front rolls and I wear this look a few times especially like when, when I had really long hair. I have to keep the front section of the wave by doing this little loops and that just kind of I started doing it all time. But since I have short hair, I've only done it once or twice and I got asked quite a few questions on the one way. I did a tutorial, it’s called “retro glamour” and I had red lips, and like a sparkly iridescent white eye. And I had straight bob and then the two loops of the side.
But today I want to do a messy hair and then the two rolls again, so to create that messy look. I’ve washed my hair; I’ve let it dry naturally. All I it got is the shampoo, conditioner and mousse and then I’ve let it dry. And then what I'm going to do is I'm just going to mess it up a little bit, just with my hands. And I'm using “beyond zone” flip out. Get wild, go crazy, so I'm going to just lightly mix that same on this side. Don’t go too crazy about this product. It might, it make your hair feel like concrete.
On the back, let it dry for a couple of seconds. I'm going to be using a comb; you can do if you want it. Its probably best if you all going to use a comb to use one of this. You section your hair off easy but because the hair is over roll quite messy. I don’t want perfect, perfect sections like nice straight lines. I'm not going for that look. My hair looks like an Alexa Chung style and bad head. And for those who asked what my coat is, if you’re going to hair dress this. If you just asked for you’re hair to be coat, so it’s sitting on top of you, show this. So you just want the length until here and then my layers are cut in my jaw.
So if you get the length set and you got layers caught in from here. Now watch when the coat in the eyes because it’s going to pull the hair like this. And if you cut them too short, when the hair drops down, it’s going to go to there, so just make sure that to won the stand that you want in the layers from there. The shortest layer want to there and then I do have a site French but it’s kind of growing out a little bit. So don’t ask for such as messy. Color wise, I don’t know how to describe this because it all done is bleached my hair and because I wanted the brown to be lighter because it was almost black before.
So I’ve lighten it up by putting highlights, so there's bleach highlights in my hair. Then because my hair was such a dark brown, when the bleach stays, it would have gone more than lightly, a yellow-orange color. So it would have been very nice, so then it put a tone in one total effect and I believed the tone is a brown. And then it just gives like a caramel kind of toffee highlights. So for these parts, the little loops we’re going to do. I'm going to get a section. I'm going to get the section from around the corner of my eye, so this is the piece that I’ve got. It’s like a horseshoe.
Cut this up away. I'm just using my fingers to come out any big knots. Over here loop and then we’ll use these two fingers, and when it makes a loop. Now if you’ve got French, you’re all going to get bits of fall down, so going to have to be patient. You’re going to have to do some more loops and pin it down. And then go from there really, so you want to do that. So all I’ve done is I’ve loosen it by pulling more hair to make the loop bigger. I want to pin it and place from now and then with the hair that sticks out, I'm just going to wrap that around again.
And I'm using Kevy grips, so make sure you push that inside the loop. Now you’re going to end up with a little bit that’s sticks out. So what you do is you pull the big eye loop over that one and it hides it. Now if you got a little bit just try and hide them the best you can. If starting to come out then it might need to pin it, if you got short finger and it start coming out, so what you have to do is find out where it start to loosen and then pin it down. I'm going to give that a little spray. I'm just going to use the same thing. Okay, I'm just leaving that from now. I'm going to go into the next one but I'm going to make it as big as this.
I want it to be about half the size, so this is the section I'm choosing. Again, I'm going to go up to the corner of my eye and I’ve already done a tutorial for this makeover in case anyone’s wondering, it’s the Max Glamour Pose Gamma, get a pose one. So again, if you just pull the hair up and you can either go inwards this time or the same ways you did that one which outwards. I'm going to go outwards, so just do a loop and I'm going to make it a bit bigger by pulling some hair back. And then to make it easier for you if you just twist the end of that and then loop it around, so you’ve got something like that and you’re going to put a clip into the bottom.
You put in a clip into the bottom of the loop to hold it down, so like that. You see that’s not really secure to my, the bottom of my hair, so you have to put in that one in. and then with this a little bit here that's sticking out. I'm going to get it and clip it around like that and I'm just going to push it on. Now it doesn’t matter if you can see the clips because we’re going to hide it with the hair. So if you just push that little loop inside the bigger one you made and then pull it rough from bit over. And then get into the clip and just push that all back. And then with the back bit, of course it’s quite loose. It should just fall down.
So if you don’t want that to happen, you can just get a clip and clip that part, so it stops falling down. And that is how I do my little modern loops. If you want it too, you could some extensions in and have a nice and wavy or just have it nice and straighten and this big curls on the end some type loop to you. So I hope this helped you and I’ll be doing some more tutorial, head tutorials, so make sure you can keep looking.