Monday, July 27, 2009

Need Volume?

Does Your Hair just hang straight Down? Close to Your Head? Do you want to get some Volume???? Well, Keep Reading for some tips!

What You need:

-Your Favorite Type of Thickening Product....
-Hair Spray
-Blow Dryer

-Round Bores Brush, or A Flat Brush (Make sure that it's not solid....>Like this one)
& A Fine Tooth Comb

-Flat Iron

How To get Volume in Your Hair:

Step 1: Run a small Dab (Around Pea Size) of Thickening Product through Wet Strands. Working on the area that You want volume in.

step 2: Take Brush, and Blow Dryer, And Blow Dry Strands Forward (This will give you volume, when you flip them back.) When your Done you should look like a puff ball, to an extent.

Step 3: Straighten Your Hair, the way you Like it (Straight, Flip out on the sides ext.)

Step 4: Take Fine Tooth Comb, and Start At the Crown of your Head (where you want the most volume) and Take a section, and gently Tease your hair, and then spray the teased part w/Hair Spray. And Flip it forward...Repeat this till you are finished with the parts you want to have more volume.

Step 5: Put the hair in place...(so flip sections back, and put right where you want it....) Do one final Spray, just to set the top...And Wa-La!

(Want a Video to watch on how to do this? Funky Chunky Hair! ) She Is my Favorite Person to watch on how to do makeup, and Hair!

I hope you Enjoyed this, and Got an Understanding on how to get Volume Filled Hair!

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Happy 4th of July ('09)


Independence Day in the U.S., is an annual holiday commemorating the formal adoption by the Continental Congress of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, in Philadelphia. Although the signing of the Declaration was not completed until August, the Fourth of July holiday has been accepted as the official anniversary of U.S. independence and is celebrated in all states and territories of the U.S.

The holiday was first observed in Philadelphia on July 8, 1776, at which time the Declaration of Independence was read aloud, city bells rang, and bands played. It was not declared a legal holiday, however, until 1941. The Fourth is traditionally celebrated publicly with parades and pageants, patriotic speeches, and organized firing of guns and cannons and displays of fireworks; early in the 20th century public concern for a "safe and sane" holiday resulted in restrictions on general use of fireworks. Family picnics and outings are a feature of private Fourth of July celebrations.


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