Learn how to create her vampy, sexy, red carpet, glamorous, and voluminous formal half-up , half-down updo hairstyle with curls hairstyle on yourself, using a curling iron wand (1 inch and 1/12 inch) for long hair and for medium hair.. A wonderful hairdo for anyone with thin hair.
★007 SKYFALL BOND GIRL INSPIRED: FORMAL HALF-UP UPDO TWIST WITH CURLS HAIRSTYLE FOR LONG HAIR
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(¯`'★♫♪•♥ HAIR PRODUCTS USED ♥ •♫♪★'´¯)
Heat Protectant on WET hair: Bamboo Smooth Kendi Oil Dry Oil
Finish Oil - CHI Enviro Smoothing Serum (hard to find @stores)
Sebastian Shaper Plus Hair Spray
Hair Tutorial Transcript:
Hi, everyone. This is Tina.
Today's hair tutorial was inspired by the latest James Bond movie, Skyfall.
And the half-up updo that I'm going to show you how to do today..
was worn by the Bond Girl, Berenice Marlohe.
In addition to that, I'm also going to show you how to curl your hair
because it was highly requested.
First section is everything below the ears.
And you're going to curl everything - all the hair on your whole head - AWAY from your face.
I'm using a 1 inch curling iron here
instead of a 1/2 inch like you should
because my hair isn't long enough and
I'm not willing to sacrifice length to get accuracy.
So if you're fortunate enough to have long hair down to your waist
you should be using a 1/2 inch - tapered - curling iron.
I don't know if you guys have noticed, but I like to twist the hair as I'm wrapping it around the curling iron.
Because this technique creates a textured, more of a clumped-up curl look, than a soft wave.
And the next section is the eyebrow level.
and here I'm going to switch out my 1 inch curling iron barrel for a 1/2 inch curling iron barrel.
And as usual, I'm going to curl my hair from mid-shaft to the ends.
Because your ends do not require as much heat as your mid-shaft would.
So you should be curling it this way as well.
I'm sure some of you're wondering about heat protectant.
I apply all my products on wet hair so you really do not see me apply it, but
the important thing here is not what kind of products you use, it's the technique.
Yes, you should use products like heat protectants, oils...everything that is good for you.
But the important thing is how much heat you're NOT applying to the ends
that do not require as much heat, that is important and not the products itself.
With that said, what I use in the tutorial will be listed in the description box,
so if guys are interested you can look.
And then create 2 small pin-curls the last 2 sections
to create more volume in the hair and to make the curls a bit tighter.
After curling the whole head, you want to start twisting
the sides to the back of your head, fluffing it somewhat to make it more voluminous
before pinning it down.
And then split the bottom part in half
fold it over and pin it up against your nape.
And with the ends that's hanging out, just create a very loose donut and pin it
over the previous bobby pin so that the bobby pin does not show.
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