Finger Wave tutorial 1/2 (with wave clips)





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Uploaded on Jul 1, 2010

Don't you just love that 1920s/1930s red carpet or Downton Abbey style??

I learned the basics of finger waving through this series of instructions: http://www.vividinfinity.com/fingerwave/ Which I highly recommend using along with this video.
However, I found that the waves are MUCH easier to achieve when using wave clips, and thought that the illustrations were very confusing.

This is a style that requires lots of practice to master, so get all the supplies and borrow a friend on a lazy Saturday afternoon before you attempt a finger wave style for a special event. I'm not a cosmetology student, and this video was made after I'd practiced ~5 times, and the results aren't perfect, but I hope the instructions will help you get the technique down so you can try it out on your own. The first few times you do this, it might take 30-40 minutes, but you can get faster and make the set in 15, dry enough to remove the clips in another 20 or so.

This is part 1/2. There's a lot of babbling and editing, but don't worry, anything that I feel is an important instruction is coming across loud and clear.


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