Prom Hairstyle Using the Infiniti Pro by Conair Secret Curl Hot Rollers
Hey guys, for today’s hair tutorial, I will show you how to create an easy prom hairstyle that’s perfect for medium to long hair girls. This is a triple loop braid that looks like a faux hawk hairstyle which I think is pretty trendy and fun. Watch the video below for the step-by-step tutorial.
Trendy Faux Hawk Prom Hairstyle
Time Requirement: 20 mins to curl hair & 10 mins to do the actual hairstyle Skill Level: Medium Hair Type: Curly or Wavy Hair Length: Medium to long hair Occasion: Proms, weddings, bridal, graduation, etc
This half up, half down style works best on curly hair so I used the Infiniti Pro by Conair Secret Curl to give my straight hair some texture. You can add hair accessories and wear this look to any special occasion. Happy hairstyling!
Infiniti Pro by Conair Secret Curl Hot Rollers
Brief review: The Infiniti Pro by Conair Secret Curl Hot Rollers are neat because they are made of silicone and don’t require clips. The kit is also very easy to use. You just simply wrap your hair around the rod and snap it shut. I only wish that it came with more than 12 rollers because if you have a lot of hair, you’re going to need more of these. I have pretty fine hair so I was able to curl all my locks with the 12 rollers.
Hey guys, it’s been a while since I incorporated the crochet braid technique into my hair tutorials so I hope you guys like this one. I accidentally came up with it while I was doing a crochet braid on my hair for Easter this past Sunday. I call it the Crochet Loop Braid Hairstyle because I flipped it up and noticed that it had a pretty knotted loop design.
I can’t really explain this technique without showing you how it’s done so watch the step by step video below to learn how to do this hairstyle.
Crochet Loop Braid Hair Tutorial
Time Requirement: 10 minutes Skill Level: Medium Hair Type: Straight or wavy Hair Length: Medium to long hair Occasion: Everyday, proms, weddings, bridal
This hairstyle works best on medium to long hair without layers. If you have layers, the ends might stick out so just use gel to smooth it out. Here are more pictures. Feel free to share them on pinterest.
Side view. This looks very similar to a lace braid but with giant loops instead.
Since I’ve been coloring my hair at home for several years now, I think it’s safe to assume that I’ve had my share of hair disasters. Yup, I even had orange hair at the top of my head at one point.
Luckily, I’ve learned a lot from my experience and today I’m going to show you how to easily dye your hair by yourself without all the fuss.
Before and after color correction touch up using semi-permanent dye,
The video below will cover the following:
1. How to prepare before coloring.
2. Tools you need before, during, and after coloring.
3. How to apply haircolor step-by-step.
4. Tips to avoid haircolor disaster.
5. How to choose your color.
My hair coloring tips work best for brunettes like myself. When choosing a hair color, go with two shades lighter or darker than your current hair color. At-home hair dye is perfect if you’re doing a single process or one color. If you want to add highlights, ombres, or go from black to blonde. Seek a professional hair color technician. I don’t want to be held responsible for any mishaps. lol
Let me know if you have any other questions and I’ll address it in my future root touch-up video where I show you how to go from back hair to brown hair. I just need my hair to grow out a bit more for that video. Anyways, here’s the video tutorial. Good luck!
Learn how to dye hair at home
To sum up the video, here are my tips.
1. Wear an old shirt or button-up before you start.
2. Prep your hair by skipping shampoo the night before. Moisturized hair takes in the color better and the natural oils will protect your scalp from irritants in the dye,
3. Divide your hair into four equal quadrants to get an all-over coverage.
4. Rub petroleum jelly (vaseline) along your hairline to prevent staining.
5. Use semi-permanent hair dye if you have commitment problems. It contains no ammonia so it’s more gentle and it lasts up to 28 shampoos.
6. Wrap your hair in a plastic bag after you’re done dying your hair. This will retain the heat and helps with the dying process.
7. Use a mixing bowl and brush instead of the bottle. This will give you more control of the product.