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Hi everyone. Today, I'm going to be doing a How Tutorial on how I straightened my hair as that’s your request, so let’s start.
Now, I have actually got my hair, and now I put them in before straightening them. And actually sometimes I do straighten my clippings before, because it makes it a little bit easier and I just go and straighten this off to its best so you push your hair up.
You can start the audition of the—audition. Section it in half. I just want to pull the section first.
After you straightened this, just go straightening. Now, I'm using GHD straighteners and the more I passed—they are the best straighteners and my hair is not actually pretty very much straight, it’s just a slight wave to it. And so I just take it out and straighten my hair.
Now, once I get to my very top section, my hair tends to flick out slightly so what I do is I get the straighteners. I’ve run them through and then kind of slightly tuck them in. It’ll just give you the nice shape, if your hair is layered as well which gives a nice shape on your face.
I'm going to straight my fringe and do the same thing. We can straighten this slightly under so it gives my fringe a bit more advanced.
Just tap on the base, it just gives that nice effect, it just means it is not straight.
What I like to do is when I get to straighten those throughout the ends of my hair, I’ll like to curl that and do as well.
As soon as I helped you to do your hair and move all that’s left as well. Next is to move on the side. Okay. And once that have been straightened and at the back, trim the hair just at the tips. It gives me a section, spray the roots and then the tip. This is a help so if you’ve got hair such this like me, it just helps to actually hide them a bit better especially if it’s windy and it kind of keeps your hair in place and make sure you have bigger. It really does help hide them. It gives that a little bit more security, if you’re worried about them showing.
And the only thing that I do with my fringe is I actually have a—which fixes the hair as I comes down here and sticks it out which leaves at my hand and enables it to stay on the side part and moves into the middle part. But I do dry my hair with a big brush and then as it is in my video on how I start my fringe and then you’ll see how it keep it like this. But another thing I do is actually just spray this with a hair spray, dry a little bit and this about should keep it in place.
And there we go, that’s a video on how I straighten my hair. I hope you enjoyed it. Bye.