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Hey! everybody. I am doing another, hair tutorial and this one is on, how to do this, a nice puffed up in the back and sweeping bang, straight hair. So this is how to do it. The tools you will need. First, let me actually, tell you how to start this off.
First, you have to blow dry, your hair straight, if your hair is not already straight. Second, you will need a brush, a hair dryer. Always put the hair dryer on a cool setting, you don't need it at hot setting for this. A comb that has a pick at the end. You can get these at sally beauty supply for garland and I don't believe it for --
You will need hair spray. By the way, Aquage is a really nice hair line. This hair spray is not really like a finish -- it's not really like a hair spray, it's a finishing spray, which means it's not overly hard holds. So that's what I use and I really, really like it. You will need some bobby pins and you probably use about 6 or 7 in this, I am not really sure. But probably 6 or 7 and a hair tie.
So I hope you enjoy the video. I hope it helps you a lot. Now this puff, you can make it as big or as small, as you want to. It just all depends on the teasing and how you guys want to - how you guys like your hair, pretty much so.
I would like to talk about first, eye lashes. Do you see these things? This is actually, it's my Cover Girl, and it is called dramatic lash. Now it is or lash blast, I am sorry. I just got it yesterday at 699, I got it at CVS and I was just passing in the store, looking around and I saw, Drew Barrymorewhich, which is oh! My God, she is gorgeous, I love her. So anything is that, she pretty much endorses I'll buy.
So I saw this in the store, lash blast, great stuff. I have nothing else on my eyelashes, just this great stuff. I would definitely, definitely recommend it. I know I have been talking about Urban Decay, Big Fatty Mascara and now, that is a great mascara. But unfortunately I am running out. So I had to run, to the store quickly and pick something up and this is what I saw. I honestly like it a bit better then, Urban Decay, because checkout the brush. It's not actually, a brush, it's one of those ones that look like kind of a pine cone. But I don't know, if I really like it.
I have tried the cover girl one by with Queen Latifah, the purple one. I didn't like that so much just, because the applicator, they were too spiny and I just kept poking myself -- like somebody did, whatever. So anyway, go grab that stuff if you enjoy cover girl and not paying $18 for mascara. So I hope you like the video and my advice, I guess too. Okay, I will talk to you and I hope your Christmas was great and bye.