This Medium-Short Length Sassy Flipped Out Hairstyle has Lots of Layers and a Full Blunt V-Shaped Bang. Length is Cut Below the Chin and Wispy Textured Layers are cut throughout the interior. A Heavy Full Blunt Bang is cut across the Front in a V-Shape with a Slight Point in the Center of the Bang. A Texturizing Razor can be used to create the Wispy Layers in the interior.
TO STYLE: Apply a Volumizing Product to Clean damp hair and Divide hair into Medium Sections. Begin Blow-drying the Front Bang Area with a Medium-Barrel Round Brush slightly turning the Hair Under as you dry. Then Begin Blow-drying the back by turning the ends out-ward so they flip-out using the Round Brush. Blow-dry the Upper Layers on the sides Smooth and towards your Face so the Sides Frame around your face just Slightly enough to Soften the Hairstyle. It may be necessary to also Curl the Hair Out-ward with a Medium Barrel Curling Iron, depending on how well your hair can hold a Curl. Sometimes using the Round Brush is Enough, but if you really want the Curl to stay in place without going flat, also use the Curling Iron to Flip the Hair Out-ward. Mist the Hair with a Light-hold Hairspray to finish.
Beautiful Long Face Framed Hairstyle. The Length of this Face Framed Hairstyle is Cut to the middle of the back. Slight Long Layers are cut through-out the interior, as well as a Face Frame along the sides. The Bang has a few short wisps Cut along the front. This is a Beautiful Classy Long Length Hairstyle. Apply a Smoothing Serum to damp hair (70% dry) and divide hair into sections. Blow dry sections under with a large barrel Round Brush. Blow-dry the Top Layer of hair (behind the bang) Up-and-Under so the Round Brush rests on top of your head. Blow-drying the top section of the hair back is how you create the little flip on the side. Use a flat iron if necessary to smooth and polish then finish with a Light-hold Hairspray.
The Length of this Long Length Hairstyle is cut below the Shoulders, Framed around the Face and Layered through-out the interior. To style…blow dry hair almost completely dry, then use a large round brush to smooth and curl ends under while blow-drying the rest of the hair til completely dry. Apply a heat protectant to dry hair and curl small sections with a medium barrel curling iron. After you’ve curled the entire head, use a pomade on your fingertips to separate curls and add shine. Finish with a light-hold hairspray.