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With the Holidays quickly approaching, Brad wanted to give some quick and simple ways to easily pin your hair up. Brad shows ...
a variety of ways to pin-up your hair easily giving salon quality style.
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Hey guys! It’s Brad Graham again from BradGrahamTV.com. And I’m going to show you some really simple things and ways how to pin up your hair. We have Shayne on one of the previous episodes where we actually waved her hair out with a flat iron you don’t have to use the old curling irons to get those prompt, curly, ringlets style hairdos if you will.
But here’s a great way, just the hair is already kind of down curl. This is kind of fun, it’s a great way for you to pin your hair up, pump it behind your ears and you just can imagine it’s kind of limitless of all the different ways. We can pin up just at top center back, I mean that looks great leaving some of the curl just down on one side if you want or both sides—great ways how to do.
Once you’ve got your hair set, you know you’ve got your normal day look, put it down. You got to go out, you got a date, and you got a movie you’re going to you want to kind of hot whatever. Here’s a great way how to do it.
What I’m going to do is and you can do this too, right behind each ear, center to the ear both sides and grab all that and always leave a little bit out. If it’s too tight you’re going to look like me, this is like you know anorexic praying mantis chief face lift sort of two things. You just have to grab that line right from both the ears till your fingers touch, you’ll feel it on yourself behind your ears and just pull it up and then spread it out and leave that stuff down and you’re going to hold this here. And what you can do is to try to keep it up and help it stay most of the night.
Take two sections and then just rotate it around and get some hairpins, get those big ones. They are about 2 ½ - 3 inches long, just open them up a little bit, pop them right through where you just want it. You actually wan to go in like a cross, I’m going to actually use 3 and then just let some of this stuff to fall down, kind of pretty, kind of neat.
And when it looks good, take a can of hairspray bomb the hell out of it. You don’t want coming out in the middle of your drink, just a little spray on there. But you can see how truss that up, really neat, fast simple twist though. Now if you want it off and you want to get a little more action in the hair, you can take all this stack bottom stuff up too. That’s pretty simple and just roll it out and grab on of those center sections right through there, take another one of those big pins and if you can open up the pin even better stick it on the whole hair and then just push it right in through there. You can have a little bit of stuffed waving out of here and kind of place this up.
And like we said just because you’re pinning your hair up, if you will it doesn’t mean all has to go up. If a little bit falls out or some of those curl just like that, just open up that pin definitely you don’t put them in your mouth like that. And just pin in through the hair and a little bit that falls, I mean that’s great that is all it’s about. Spray it a bit if there’s a little bit down here that’s fine I mean we are looking for softness. It’s kind of cool, kind of soft, we kind of pin that up real quick.
Really simple, great way to go from a typical day look with your hair down, this is how look of those curls on the side. Down and curly and wavy all day long to a quick pin up when you go out for a bit of an evening great lovely way to get your hair out fast.
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I mean I’ve been in the business for 25 years, I started off when I was about three or four years old with my. Mom so I got a lot of stuff I can give you and that’s what this is all about. I’m giving some of my knowledge to you guys to help you benefit you at home. Hit in the comment box, type it out, it’s going to go to my boy, he’s going to tell me what you want. We’re going to have a list of topics that we can touch on and we will rock it out for you.
Brad Graham for BradGrahamTV.com, see you next time.