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color specialist Liz Muller demonstrates a hairstyle so easy and fast you'll be out of the door in 5 minutes flat looking like a mi
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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 that I’m going to twist my hair here on the side and make a half of puff down hair do by just twisting my hair end. And so what I’m going to do is I’m going to go ahead and put a gel into my hair in the front, don’t touch the back, just put it mainly in the front of your hair, ok. Then I’m going to go ahead and twist my hair, straight, and push it into one another, twisting it, twisting it, twisting it, twisting it, twisting it. and as you see up from the cute little twist right here on the side. I’m going to try to go ahead and put a pin into the twisted hair to twist it and I don’t want it too tight, I wanted to kind of like leave it like lose. So I want to twist this side and I’m going to do the same thing to the other side and twist the other side also, can I, really cute and twist it, I want it just leave it natural looking to, I don’t want to put too much gel, gel, you know make it straight here, just make it natural looking. And take more pins and pin the side of my hair and just pin it in to the side. And leave in the back out. It’s something different when your hair is medium and is curly, there’s not much to do when its long, you know you can do different things, but when it’s medium you want to just do different things, you can just twist that side and go back. Again you just want to continue to go ahead and twist it till it’s really tighter. And if you like you can use a rubber band too, you know, you don’t have to just use pins, you can rubber band size of it. By just leaving it like that, and just push it out a little bit and then you want to have a little hair spray. And that’s how you get the hair half a puff down.