This is one of my most requested tutorials ever XD It really is easier than it looks so hopefully the video explains everything well! .
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Curly One Sided Hairstyle Instructions
Hello! Today’s tutorials has been one of my most requested styles.
The big one sided up do curly thingamajig.
Start by applying heat protector and brushing it completely through the hair.
Use whatever method you prefer to curl the ends of your hair. I personally prefer either a straightener or a mini straightener.
Time fast forward to completely curled hair!
Clip your fringe away so it doesn’t get in the way of what we’re going to do next.
Flip your head over and lightly brush the hair straight over the head to the other side.
Pin it in place at the back so the curls stay over the one side.
I prefer to brush very lightly so I don’t remove any volume as it comes over.
Pin it at the top here too.
Bring a handful of curls up to the top and pin them in a bunch at the top of the head.
You’re pinning them over the top of the place you first pinned if that makes sense.
For extra side volume, grab bunches of the curls and pin them to the side of the head.
This style turns out a bit different every single time because it’s very unpriced.
Hairspray the whole thing in place and if you need to puff it up, you can tease the underside.
Now just curl the ends of your fringe under so they sit well with the rest of the look.
Add a pretty bunch of flowers, a bow or something else to decorate and you’re all finished.
One of my all time favorite hair styles and it’s much easier to do than it looks!
I really love styles like this, they look so complicated.
But I’m a very lazy person and I like to sleep in so the less effort the better.
Hopefully that explained it all fairly clearly.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the descriptions for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching!