I found this awesome hot roller tutorial from Fabulasity Is Me on Youtube last night. The thing about hot rollers is they work better with long hair. If you have medium, shoulder length hair they may work for you if you use the smaller rollers. I see the hot roller sets in Walmart every time I go in there, but I bypass them. I feel more comfortable using my curling rods, curling irons, and flat irons. I had a hot roller set way back in middle or high school. I kept burning my fingers on the rollers. I think the hot rollers are a little more user friendly nowadays, so I may consider buying a set especially since this tutorial looks so easy and the method is super fast.
I have a confession to make. While I have had my hair in a bun in the past, I have never actually done a sock bun. I am sure I am not the only one out there who has not done a sock bun before, so this tutorial is for you. This sock bun tutorial from Makeup By Tiffany D is great! It looks easy and only requires a cut up sock and two hair ties.
Hello everyone! This is the second post for the Wiggin’ It Series which will teach you how to make your own wigs. Yesterday’s post was on buying beauty supply store hair.
Today’s post is on virgin hair. That extremely expensive, yet totally gorgeous hair that you see on the likes of Beyonce, Lala Anthony, and Kim Kardashian. The reason it looks so good and is sooooo expensive is becomes it comes straight off of the donors head, and is shipped to the hair companies and then to you from India, Russian, Malaysia, Ecuador, Mongolia, Peru, and many other exotic locales. It doesn’t have any chemicals or color dyes in it so it is pure, unprocessed virgin hair.
I have yet to buy this kind of hair, but if I were I would get the Russian hair since this hair resembles my relaxed African American hair more than the other types of hair. It is out of my budget, but if you got it like that… rock that virgin hair! Also if you are new to wig making, stick to the less expensive beauty supply hair first. Trust me on this. You don’t want to screw up your first wig with $100-$1000 hair. Videos from @Thomasadrianna.
Hello everyone! This is the first post for the Wiggin’ It Series which will teach you how to make your own wigs. Wigs are fun to wear and own.
Sometimes you may want a certain style, but can’t find that particular wig, or you are just like me. I like being able to change my hair without cutting, weaving, or adding heat to it. Making your own wigs gives you the ability to change as often your hair as you like.
This first video is by Jouelzy. It shows you how to buy beauty supply store hair. You gotta buy the hair before you can make the wig. She tells you what brands are good and what brands are bad. I like this video because I think she is pretty thorough when it comes to hair weave brands. Don’t forget to check out her $30 weave series if you are on a serious budget.
Hey guys! I am back from vacation with my sorority sisters to bring you two beauty/hair tutorials this week. These two videos show you how to do the super trendy top knot hairstyle with short to medium hair and long hair. I hope you enjoy these videos. I think I picked the best ones to show you how to do this really cute and easy hairstyle. Photo from Glamour.com Continue Reading
So I guess you all can tell that I love All Things Fabulous 101’s beauty tutorials, and this hair tutorial for heatless beachy waves is no different. She makes it look so easy. I am going to try and buy some flexi rods for my hair. I saw some at Sally’s Beauty Supply Store. I think I need a smaller size for my bob though. It think it should be an easy warm weather look.