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In this hair tutorial naturesknockout will show you how to make your own holiday headband.
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Hey you guys! Okay if you’ve already seen our thanksgiving make over then you’ll know what this is. Its fun little fun for the holiday headband for our thanksgiving with some leaves. I'm here to show you how to make it. They are really fine for you. It come funky you know but I like this so enjoy!
Some leaves, fake leaves I've got this at peacock store so a bundle of this in your real two or three at least. So get your headband in any color but I use the black because it’s very generic and many do them. This is a low temperature one so I need some scissors.
What I want to do is you want to hold a leaf out of the bundle on any color that you want and then there’s going to be a little stick that you got to want to call it. Okay its simple leaf some right? You take all over my leaves that you want to put on your cute headband. I'm going to take three. I got different colors and you do whatever you want. Alright so I'm going to take the biggest one tight here. Take your whole creepy leaf then do a generous amount then I can show you this. Let’s put it right there. It looks up over there and then you come in a new probably on there before it sets inversely. It is really here. Then you put it all along and I was to make sure a lot is going to want it first. Make sure it ones right and I'm going to take my leaves and some find me a lot of color ad some of the colors that I think would be cute. Do the same thing. I will replace and I'm going to just kind of slant it and I'll be doing that much and just hold it.
Lastly, do the broom. Alright I'm going to attach it to the bottom of them all and just do then the other way a kind of color on the bottom. Look at me now in the wash. Maybe you don’t look at it slowly different. So here we go.
Okay see? Now, I've got the headband! Ye hey I love it. It might become funky and so much for you but I think it’s so cute. Here we go forward. You can put it and fold the hair up a little bit.
Now, look at that. It’s very cute. Alright, I'll stop talking. I'll go and make a lot of this. Thanks for watching naturesknockout.com. I’ll see you!