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In this make video, make up artist Miss Pumkin shows you how to do a beautiful easy hairdo in less than 3 minutes.
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We are going to start with brushed untangled hair. In this case, I’m wearing straight but my hair is not really curly. You can use to straighten your hair beforehand or you can just do this after with curly hair as well.
So, we are going to part the hair on the side of our head and we are going to part it into three parts and flat it on the side of the hair. We are just going to make a single normal plat and then, we are going to secure it at the end with a hair band that matches our hair color.
Then, we are going to turn the plat and secure it behind the ear. You can find different ways to twist the plat. I prefer to do it from the front so I’ll bring the plat to the front and then backwards. This is the way that worked best for me but you can find different ways to twist the plats around.
Then, we are going to secure it at the back with bobby pins so that the bun is on the side of our ear. You can use some hair product like— you can use some gel to fix the stray hairs. I’m not using anything in this case because I want kind of an informal look. But if you want a shiny finish, you can put a little bit of gel beforehand.
Then, the only thing that you do is to make sure that you don’t have any stray hairs poking out. You can decorate your up-do with a beret or any other thing that you want to add to it. As you can see I’m going to try with different things used to show you the effect.
You can put a beret on the side on top of your ear. You can use a hairclip or a couple of hairclips or in this case I’m going to use flowers. The only thing you have to do is choose your decoration and you have your up-do finish. I hoped you liked the video and I’ll see you soon. Bye!