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In this video Brad shares some tips that can be achieved at home for adding shape and volume to thicker hair. Most importantly, ...
he does it with a can.
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Hey guys, it’s Brad Graham from BradGrahamTV.com. And here today, I want to show you some really great tricks we talked one time in episode on how to back comb your hair. And give it a little bit of art. You have this shorter little crappy or bob size like I got here. You don’t want to flash, she’s too young, she just wants to back comb her hair. She’s going to fix it on a nursing home. So, here’s a cool thing right to do. And it only works and I’ve tried this with hair spray of course.
But here’s what a great thing and I’ll do is just on the back because a lot of the times, they’re always splattering there and—to that flat iron especially the younger girls. It just beat the hair down. We want to get a little bit of a shape and help pop up that crown. So, I’ll take a section of this and if want to zoom in, now we got to check this out.
A white spray at the roof and I just put around the can. I just lock it up a little bit and what I’ll do is it will just keep you a little hot right in there, just push it around the can until it kind of bites on the can. You’ll feel it and you’ll hold the hair up in the air. Grab the next section up to here and spin this around. We don’t like it too big. I mean it’s 2010, it’s not 1960, so just give it a little hot through there. Hair spray won’t stick on the can, because hair spray doesn’t stick to metal. If it did, it wouldn’t come out of the can, right?
So, just a couple up through the top. Here’s a third one now. Push the hair right up, just roll that can nicely up in there just like that. And you know, as you’re working on at a home, this is a great way if you are out. You get caught in rain. You want your hair gets some a little bit flat from the moisture or something. This is a really good trick just to get the top of your hair a little bounce. I have taken another section on this side, just push it through. She’s got really thick hair also and this is flat hair.
With the haircut, it heavily, heavily touch your eyes—but still because the hair is so thick and heavy and it’s flat. It’s like there’s a little piano on the top. So, I’m just going to pop that a little bit through there and there’s my shapes. We get one more on this side. And that was fast. It’s going to take you a minute. And if you keep a little can in the car or it sounds kind of silly but you know I’m with you and here’s the deal. You know when it’s coming out too much, you can use you hands or you can use a big rake, whatever.
Most the time, you’re probably going to use your hand but I’ll just comb that up and what I won’t do is this I won’t comb up the root. Now, I’ll spin around a little bit. You see it just kind of push it through, but when you are back combing, you don’t comb up the root because that’s where you’re back combing is. With a spray, you just won’t comb out that root. That will hold your shape in there. Let’s turn around and just give me a little extra shape in there that’s meld in with the hair spray. Then you could come in and mix a little bit with you hands. But it just gives that little extra shape up to the top. She doesn’t want this page. She doesn’t want it snoopy right. She just wants it little hot through the top, so a really great simple trick that kind of break up that heavy pattern of hair.
Hey guys, keep the comments coming, keep the emails coming. Well, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, it’s all good. Keep watching, Brad Graham from BradGrahamTV.com.