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Here's some hair dressing tips from Brad Graham for your viewing enjoyment!
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Brad: Hey guys its Brad Graham from BradGrahamTV Today, and today I want to talk about pinning and you know when you’re home you’re pinning your hair up, a lot of people ask this questions why is that, that little leg on there? Can you see that little dog leg there on that pin? I’m going to put in my shirt and get it closer I know I can have it. There’s a reason why that’s on there. When we work it on your hair styles, and I’m going to try to show you here on the front and on the sides especially the back we’re just working on a look here now for photo shoot, they have this little dog leg on there. And the reason why that is, is that when you put that in and you push it in it will actually bite in. you could see how it kind of bites in and goes down ward. So when I place that pin in, I’ll try it on the side here, if I open that pin up and I place it in, it will bite into the hair and suck in. if you have that leg upwards the little part of the leg up, well then it cannot bite in and you’ll see the whole pin and it will start to come out. Can you see that there? So that’s actually coming out of your hair. Where as that leg helps that suck in and bite in to the hair. So next time at your home and you’re pinning your hair up and one of this styles, open up your pins and make sure that the little dog leg is pointing down. When you push that in the whole hair pin will sink in and disappear, and you won’t feel the metal and you’re up do. It’s Brad Graham from BradGrahamTV.com, see you next time. Hey guys its Brad Graham from BradGrahamTV.com and going scanner in few emails here, lovely emails by the way. Keep them coming, shoot in a comic box at the bottom and you know I’ll try to respond them as much as we can. We’re getting a lot and some are they kind of crossing over the similar lines but I’m going to hit some of this as we go today. First one here is from Teresa, hi Teresa how are you doing? And it says if I but blonde shampoo will it help lighten my hair and bring out the highlight? Teresa, no and yes on that. Shampoo cannot lighten your hair, you cannot shampoo your hair also imagining you have lighter hair. What a lot of those blondes shampoos are the kind of bluish hue inside and what it is takes out the orange or the yellow pigment makes that hair a little bit lighter looking. So no, they cannot lighten your hair but yes it can bring out the high lights or the natural high lights in your hair if you have blonde and by neutralizing some of the yellow so you don’t get that. But great question. Next question here is from a lady, I’m assuming I don’t know. What is the age to color my kids hair or let them start? Well there’s a recession going on, how about now, I mean why not, you know. I don’t know that’s completely up to you, there’s no age to, and they don’t say no to this hair dye or only works on ages 12 and up. I think its something that you want to be comfortable with, perhaps your partner or their parents and you know, make the decision on your own. And also the hair dresser that you are going to or if you’re coloring your hair at home, be ready because you know make sure you know what you are doing. I would definitely question the hair dresser bringing in to a professional and I’ll work on that one but that’s a great question. We have another one here what is the question there? Female: Is it true that if I pull out a gray hair, two will grow in its place? Brad: This one just came in, and who’s that coming from? Female: Hillary. Brad: Hillary, Hillary thank you. If you pull out a gray hair, two will come in. the wives’ tales are great you know hair dressing has more wives’ tales and ex wives’ tales that you can shake a stick at. No I would say no to that one. what it is, is when you’re getting gray hair you’re going to get more so you think well and see one I’m going to pull it out and its all wives’ tale, 3 will pop back in its place, no. that will be ashamed of, that will be nice like man or boy friends like you’re get rid of one and there are three more. But no that’s false and that’s definitely not true but keeps the comments coming, throw them in the box. Click some Facebook, twitter, if you’re a professional, a licensed hair dresser, we’ve got a whole go pro site, there’s a big go pro button right on the, your right side, my left. Click that, go to it and we have over 20 downloadable high def wicked quality, step by step instruction on hair coloring, cutting, up dos, make up, it’s a great time. Guys brag away fromBradGrahamTV.com, talk to you next time.