Steps for Beehive Hair

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Getting beehive hair is easy, as all it requires is that you break the process down into a series of individual and manageable steps. Find out about the steps you can take for beehive hair with help from a professional hairstylist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, everyone, I'm hairstylist, Amanda Shackleton, and today I'm going to show you the steps to how to style your hair into a beehive hairstyle. There's only three things that you need. You need a really good, really strong hairspray, you need a lot of of bobby pins, and you need a rat tail comb like this, that you can tease the hair with. So, what I'm going to go ahead and do, is I've already pre-teased a lot of the hair. But I'm going to go ahead and continue on teasing the sections in the front, with just a little bit of hairspray. Starting from about half way up the hair and really just pushing that down. You want to go a little bit out of your comfort when you're doing this, because you really have to get that exaggerated height for a beehive. And if you don't really go ahead and tease that up, it's not going to be the kind of effect that you want in the end. So, keep teasing and teasing. And don't worry, after this when you take your hairstyle out, you can always get in the shower, bring your soft bristled hair brush in there, and just comb it right out. Alright, keep one more piece. I'm going to keep a little section out in the front here and we're going to use that to kind of finish the hairstyle off. So, what I'm going to do, is take to the side. We're going to go ahead, pin up the front or the top part first. So, I'm going to go ahead and really kind of lift that up there and make sure that's got a really high bouffant kind of look to it. Here you go and then, we're going to go ahead, put another pin in there. If you have heavy and thick hair, you want to keep putting a lot of pins in there, because that actually is a lot of weight to keep held up on the hair. Then, I'm going to go ahead and come back in with the bottom. Just keep it messy, just kind of incorporate it into that bouffant right there. And there you go, a few more pins, just like that, a little bit of hairspray. You may want to keep a side piece out here, like that, or you may want to tuck it behind, it's totally up to you. Make sure it's even on the top. And there you, that's how you do a beehive. I'm hairstylist, Amanda Shackleton from NY Bridal Beauty.


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