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In this video of TVLesson hairstylist Liz Muller shows you how to an updo for curly hair. Curly hair is notorious for being ...
heavy and hard to control. Start by using an iron to curl the hair a little more to create rolls. Twist hair inwards, as though you
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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 an up do with a curly hair. Her hair was previously curled with some curlers and then when I did this, I used my iron just to tighten the curls a little bit more. So I divided the hair, placing this piece here on the top, it’s not as curly, I want that just away from here because I’m going to separate the hair. I’m going to go ahead and take this here, all the side of her hair and this side of a hair. And it’s very simple, I’m going to just twist the hair in, twist it, twist it, and keep twisting it like if I’m going to just twist it, all the way up to near her crown. And I’m going to start to pin it. This is just very simple you don’t want anything too tight, too neat now a days, everything that’s being done is very simple curls light, and even in the Oscars and any kinds of award show lately, the stars use their hairs very tousle and cute and simple. So I take this piece here and I’m going to place it to the side of her, just smoothing it out, underneath, underneath the curls, and I’m going to pin that also over here, pin it again, pin it one more time, pin it a little bit tighter, ok. I’m going to take the side of her hair here, so I want it to be like a side, going to the side, simple, and again I’m going to take this and I’m going to pin this back here also. Use a pins that are, bobby pins so it tight, ok. Cross the pins in the back, cross it twice like this, and it’s going to be covered by the cross so don’t worry about it. And don’t worry how neat it looks right now because it doesn’t really matter. You just want a little simple, let it drop naturally over here in the side of her hair. I’m going to go ahead and clean that up a minute, but I want this dropping here, just simple. I’m going to add a little bounce to it with the iron so it can drop really lightly. One on this side, because I have this pieces left here, I’m going to take this piece and cross it over on this side, and then I’m going to take just one more spin up here, just a little turn for little higher twist because I want it to hide underneath and just push it deeply in there, and I want just a tousle simple look. And this is how you do a little renaissance look real simple and with a piece dropping in the side. On behalf of tvlesson.com, this has been Lizbeth Muller and thanks for watching.