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In this episode Brad shows some unique styles and ways you can part your hair at home.
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Hey guys! It’s Brad Graham from BradGrahamTV.com. Today, I want to talk to you about hair parts. Quite often, you get a hair done. You get a hair cut. You’re entitled to say there are many different ways if you can part your hair, you kind of change of the shape, make the hair look really nice; make it look a sort of new just basically bring out the boring style. So here we go.
Your basic part when you choose a part or usually awesome what side do you part your hair? Left or right? So we will just do a straight part and that’s your typical straight part here that we have. If you bend your head down that’s very basic parting just like the Red Sea right back to the center top of the head. We know that you could do it in number seven which is a seven parts so you actually wanted to take and you can take a rattail comb.
It is called a rattail because always it looks like a little tail on your comb or just a normal comb. It doesn’t really matter but by drawing a seven in the hair. I'll play the part of this over so just imagine a number seven. I’ll bend your head down. Can you see that part just like a seven and what then we’ll do this? If you put it on a little bit of an angle and pop that seven through, then it’ll give you a very heavy, heavy part on one side. You know sometimes you see on the F-book or the Facebook that you have this. This is really ridiculous so you know when the girls are up in this stupid pose wherein you have your camera phone but what we are going to do. That will gibe that real heavy, heavy part just by drawing that seven in there. So that’s two parts that you can do.
Another one that you can do and you really want to kind of hit that to your rattail comb because you kind of start drawing actually figures or shapes on the top of your head is a W. So if you imagine, I'm going to put it down actually to draw it like a W and part that hair so take your rattail comb and go in just like a W. Don’t take to come off with the head in. Just slip that hair and what now I'm going to do is I'm going to put a heavy part on the one side just like the seven. But you will actually grab some of that hair for your very little five. Sometimes people will find it on the one side and put the hair just on this side. And look like I kind of change that in the front, really simple and there’s the W, a few bangs there just part of your hair down, just like we did. There’s the W.
So now, what we are going to do first, we will do a zigzag part. These are kind of hot few years ago but you still see them. You know if you got a lot of roots you know you need to get your root be touch up. These are great parts that you kind of hide some of there. Take a rattail again and just zigzag, zigzag, zigzag, zigzag all the way through to the back and split it. This so you see sometimes you see this is a sort of really heavy zigzag parts and if you bend our head down, look at that, it looks like stitches but that’s kind of cool.
Take this a little bit of the different shape to part your hair so that’s a few different parts that you can use for organized very thick parts. We call them the four deadly parts. You have the straight one straight through. You have the seven if you draw a number seven for the second one. You have the W if you draw just like the W on your head and then you have the zigzag. So it’s the four great parts. It is really simple to do. We can do it at home, have some fun with them and you will also do them in braids and hide some of these. You know young girls who are braiding their hair, everybody had to part their hair down at the center but if you just say for example that zigzag one, all the way through split the hair down, look how full that is and you know you pop your hair on the one side just pressing it up a little bit more, a nice little tip to know. 0 Guys, a lot here are funny. I've got a lot of e-mails. If you are professional hair dresser, you hit the goal from this side. You keep talking about that. It’s wonderful tool. Thanks for watching Brad Graham from BradGrahamTV.com.