How Do I Do Bridesmaid Hairstyles?

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How you'll do a bridesmaid hairstyle depends on a number of different specifics, like the ceremony itself. Find out how to do bridesmaid hairstyles with help from a licensed hair stylist in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Tenisha. Today, I'm going to show you how to do a bridesmaid hairstyle, very simple, a couple of tools. You'll need a teasing brush. You'll need some bobby pins and some hair pins. The difference between bobby pins and hair pins, bobby pins are closed, hair pins are pretty much open. So the first thing that you're going to do is you're going to comb out the hair, nice and smooth. So the biggest thing with a French twist is teasing but I'm going to show you a way to do it that you don't have to tease the hair too much. So this is what I do, comb out the hair. This is my little trick and today you're going to learn it. So I take the hair and I put it in a ponytail, about mid-shaft, especially hair like hers. If the hair were shorter, I would show you to do it by teasing. So what I want to do is I'm going to take it and I'm going to put the rubber band about mid-shaft and what this is going to do it's going to give me a lot more control of the hair and I'm going to take another rubber band and I'm going to put it a little bit closer to the end, not all the way at the end. I'm going to take the hair, I'm going to hold it out and I'm going to basically going to roll it up into the part of the hair that does not have a rubber band on it. But then what you do is you take your bobby pins. Now this is ideal for longer hair because to get, long hair is kind of heavy so if you want the hair to stay, you have to put a whole ton of bobby pins in it but if you secure the hair before, if you have control of the hair before you actually French twist it, you will be able to a lot easier make the French roll, you'll be able to make the French roll a lot easier. So basically what I'm going to do now is just use the tail end of my brush, sometimes it becomes a little bit harder so instead of using your fingers, you're going to use the tail end of the brush, if it comes out, don't worry. It's only because the hair is a little bit heavy. I'm just going to secure it with more bobby pins, some hair pins, any hair that you have hanging, just take it, tuck it in, stick a hair pin in it. You want to take your spritz or spray and just kind of spray it over, smooth it out and there you have it, a French roll, quick easy, a way to style a bridesmaid's hair. My name is Tenisha, and I've showed you how to style a bridesmaid's hair.


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