I thought I should start simple with my hair tutorial so where better to start than the wonderful barrel roll in the fringe!
Its so cute yet super simple as I am about to show you :)
I would like to point out I do have a heap of hair and this is the way I style mine. It may not work for you but like I did, keep looking around and I am sure you will find the way that works best for your hair.
You will need:
Panel brush or any brush
Hair flower (optional)
Hair curlers (not pictured)
I have started by brushing out all my hair (It is still slightly curly from foam rollers) and sectioned the front part. Notice I have gone a little further back than my fringe. Clip the rest of your hair out of the way.
Brush all the hair to the opposite side of the way the roll will be and section off the first part. This doesn't have to be neat. Hairspray the roots of the hair first and then tease it using the comb.
Tease enough so it stands up like in image 1. Repeat the process with each section until all is done :)
Still following? Its not that hard I promise! Practice makes perfect.
Using the round brush, smooth out the top of the hair, trying to keep the teasing. If you have straight hair you may have to curl the ends together to help you with the next step.
Pull all the hair forwards making sure to keep it neat and smooth.
It may get tricky here now but I will do my best to make it sound simple.
Start by pushing the hair up, keeping it neat (the teasing should help with the shape). Pull the hair around to start creating the circle.
(This is hard to describe, I'm sorry. The picture should help)
Keeping all the hair together follow the shape of the roll right around to the middle.
Should be looking like this once you get to the end.
Pin into place. You may need 1 or 5. It doesn't matter too much as long as its held tight. Sometimes the pins can change the shape but don't worry.
I have pushed the side of the roll back to place a pin to help form the shape. Using a cupped hand you can push the top into place while keeping the shape.
There we go! Make sure you give it a final hairspray to keep any hair from flying away. (Please excuse the drying hairspray in image 2)
I added in a cute little hair flower to the side. Its up to you as to how you style the rest of your hair. I tend to do a simple pony tail so it doesn't take too much attention away from the fabulous fringe you just created!
Feedback is very much welcome. Do tell me if this helped you and I would love to see pictures of your results!
What other tutorials do you want to see?