Puffy Hair Updos

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Puffy hair updos only require the right tools, like heat protectant, and the right technique. Pull off puffy hair updos with help from a hair stylist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi. My name is Claire Coleman. I'm a hair stylist, and I'm going to show you how to do a puffy hair updo. We're going to start with a little bit of texture spray that has a heat protectant. And we want to make sure to protect the hair because we're going to use our curling iron to curl it. And we're just going to use a one and half curling iron. And we're going to curl away from the face. And just take small sections that match the size of your curling iron and curl away from the face. I like to start towards the root and let the hair feed through the clamp just to make sure that everything is evenly heated up. There you go. And we're going to turn. The first thing we're going to do is we're going to section off the top. And then I'm just going to put that to the side. And I'm going to keep a little bit of the front section off. I'm going to section it just behind the ear on both sides. And the rest of it, I'm just going to pull her hair into a ponytail. And then we're going to pull that into a bun. We're going to be securing the top and the side sections on to this so you want to make sure that it acts as an anchor and that you have it nice and secure to the head. Now we're going to work in small sections starting from the part closest to your foundation here. And we're going to spray it with some hairspray right at the root and then begin teasing. So to tease you just press while holding your section tight and you want to go from root to the mid shaft of the hair. And you want to keep this front section separate. So we're really just working with the top part. And each section that I tease I'm just kind of laying it over top of the foundation bun that you created. And then you're going to take a Mason Pearson brush and just kind of smooth your section out just to get any fish hooks or snares. And then you're really starting to form the shape that you want for your hair. Once you start getting the shape that you want you can start pinning around your foundation bun. Once you're done pinning you're going to take your side sections and you can either leave them out and curl them or you can, I'm going to leave some of this part out, curl it up and just wrap it around. It just gives a little bit of an extra detail. And then just spray to secure with a little hairspray. You can see from the back and from the front. My name is Claire Coleman. I'm a hairstylist and this is how to do a puffy hair up style.


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