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How to Get the Hollywood Glam Look | Cute Hairstyles

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Published on Jul 29, 2011

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My name is Jacqueline Bush and I'm an editorial in celebrity hairstyles. My clientele has included Faith Hill, Mark Ruffalo, Terrance Howard, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jane Krakowski. I want to be able to show you that hair isn't as intimidating or as hard as you think it is and I want you be able to have fun with it and do what your vision is with your hair


So, now I'm gonna show you how to get Hollywood "Glam" hair. What I'm gonna show you is a very simple, easy pattern that you can follow... easy curling pattern that you can follow on your own hair. It's gonna give a you beautiful, old-- old-school Hollywood-glamor look.



What I've already done is pulled our-- our, you know, a large section of our model's hair up away. I've put in a little bit of heat protector... We'll put in a little more... Just a squeeze more at her ends... Always use a heat protector before you're using a heat product. Heat protectors come in creams, serums, sprays... I'm gonna comb that through, just to make sure it's really well-distributed.



Now, as you've noticed... if you'll just turn your head to the side for me, thank you... What I've taken is just, you know, about half-inch to an inch above the ear. I've taken that down all the way around. This is our first section. They don't have to be super small, these sections, but I want enough that I can have control. What's important in this sectioning, it's more about it can be... more vertical? But skinnier? You don't want it to be too wide 'cause this is gonna be the difference in the curl pattern.



Now, the first section that we're gonna do is the one right in front of her ear. What I've taken is-- is about... about an inch. The reason I say that is it's based on the size of my iron. We're gonna silk the iron once through the hair. Now, we're gonna curl the iron in the direction towards her face. Remember what I said about if you're worried about the ends... you can get the ends later... See, that's actually pretty curly... And I like to leave, you see that end? It's not completely curled, I liked to leave it a little more natural but you can curl it a little more under if you want. We're gonna do this all around the hair. As I go towards the back, I'm actually gonna take a little bit of a large section. And like I said, you can even do this in larger sections than what I'm doing. The reason I'm combing it once is I'm just getting all those little hairs... so that making sure they'll all get through the iron. I'm gonna silk it one more time because it's a bigger section. And the reason I decided to do that... is because the hair didn't feel hot enough. Remember, I told you the silking is what's helping... it's just helping the curl take a little better. So we're going through... Now if you have a larger section, you wanna hold the iron for a little bit of a longer period of time. 'Cause there's more hair to heat. We've gotta go all the way through... We're just gonna leave these, don't comb through them, don't brush them. Just section that out, curl it, and let it sit until it's cooled completely. Even over here, towards her hair, we're gonna pull down the next section.



Now this section's a lot larger. It's about two inches in height, but you could even do three. We're gonna stick to two. The reason with her is because she's got so much hair, I wanna make sure we get enough curl in there to really give it that Hollywood glamor. Because you have to remember, after we do this, we're gonna brush it all out and so some of that curl's gonna go away. So, I just wanna show you on this side... it's only an inch wide, but it's two inches long. We're gonna silk it, and as you notice, we were towards the face here; we're gonna do the same on this side. Taking our iron, curling it towards the face... and just for a quick moment, I'm keeping my iron moving... And we're gonna go all the way around the head.



So I've curled these two sections of hair. As we do the top, this is the important part that I wanted to show you. To get the old Hollywood glamor part of it is in the parting. They did de

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