Emo Hairstyles for Heavy Hair

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Emo hairstyles can be achieved with heavy, coarse hair by getting a thinning and textured haircut, which requires a hairdresser using thinning shears and a razor. Add texture and movement to an emo hairstyle with beauty advice from a professional hair stylist in this free video on hair care.

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Hi. My name is Lauren and today I'm here to discuss Emo hairstyles for heavy hair. If your hair is very heavy, very coarse or if you just happen to have a lot of density of hair, the one major thing that you're going to want to do is actually remove some of that bulk that you have in your hair. As long as your hair isn't very coarse, you should be able to remove the bulk without it going out. You do want to have a professional do this. And you do want to speak with your stylist on a personal level as to what your hair can have and what your hair can do according to your texture. Two tools that are vital is actually trying to remove bulb from your hair are your thinning shears and your razor. Both of these will actually remove bulk from the hair and make the hair lay flatter. It will also add texture. Texture is really a part of the Emo hairstyle because there's a lot of disconnection. It's very multi layer, very different lengths through out the hair and it's also very textured. So that way it falls, it falls a little flatter, sleeker and a little bit more piecy. So in order to actually maintain and get that Emo style, you will most likely have your stylist thin your hair with either thinning shear or a razor; whatever they feel is best. They could also use sliding techniques with their scissor. You're looking to get rid of bulk, to allow your hair to fall a little bit flatter along your face and around the sides. However, you still do want that height up on the top. And that's how you can get Emo styles even if your hair is very heavy.

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