Pin Up Rolled Bangs





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Published on Sep 12, 2009

Before you watch the video, know this:
I didn't mean to say to hold the curling iron on for 5 mintues!!!!! I'm sorry for the misunderstanding. I meant until the hair is hot which may take a few minutes depending on how hot your curling iron is.

For those of you that find my way isn't working for your hair, here's a link to a great Rolled Bang tutorial using a rat roll instead!

To complete this look, I used:
*Aussie Flexible Hold hairspray
*Aussie Instant Freeze hairspray
*A few bobby pins (get some that match your hair color)
*A teasing comb
*A medium sized curling iron

Any questions? Feel free!

(Here's the "How To" just in case)

Its best to have hair that hasn't been washed in a few days.
This makes it easier to work with and hold its shape.

Use a teasing comb to separate the front of your hair into a U shape.

Tease thy hair, mortals!
You want to make sure it is fluffy and sticks together.

Make sure the hair is parted evenly.
Each end should line up with your pupil.

Spray the hair with a flexible hold hairspray.
Its important to cover the whole strand.

Smooth it all together and curl tightly using a medium sized barrel.

Wait about 5 minutes or until hair it hot to the touch.
This is very important for the hair to stick together.

Give the hair another little spray and roll the other side.
This way, the finished product will be a bit more even.

And wait again

Roll it up tightly and pin a bobby pin to each side.
Spray it with freeze hold spray and wait for it to dry.

When dry, pull the bangs apart carefully with your fingers into a dipped shape.

Take out the bobby pins and stretch it a little more to your liking.
Re-pin a little higher and style.

Don't forget one final freeze spray to set it!

Its important to smooth it down to get a sleek look.
Just do it delicately.


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