How To Do Side Hairstyles
This film shows you how a simple side tuck hairstyle can make you look like a million-dollar bride. So follow this guide and use it and make your wedding hairstyle the talk of the town!
Now, I'm going to show you side styles. And to section the hair from here to here, mark a side, and now, what we are going to work out is where your parting is, as well just to which side it's going to go. As the partings slightly on the left hand side, we're going to be having the hair flowing that way to the side. Sometimes, if it's done the other way, kind of like with the parting, there is just a bit too much hair with not enough on the other side, so we are going to balance it out. And now, you are taking our section, about an inch and a half away from the top and what we going to do there is to do kind of a horse shoe shape, okay, and let me get all of this and keep that out of the way and just pin that up. Out of the way for now and what we are going to do is take a section and what we need to do again with dark pins, because the hair is so dark, they come in all different colors, so we are going to be using black pins because the hair is pretty dark. So, take your first section here, holding on, as it's going to be quite softer, looser style, so it doesn't matter if you don't feel it too neat to begin with and that sort of stuff. You want to keep your sections fairly in sort of as and where so, might I just turn you around a bit there. Have the hair so it's got sort of something to clip on to, open your pin, push it up, and probably want to put in a couple more in here because the hair is very thick. If the hair is not quite so thick, you probably can get away with using slightly less pins. Another section and what you are doing is just pinning over so you're covering the last pins that you put in just ever so slightly. Again, we are going to need to use two pins because this is very thick hair. If the hair is not so thick, you can probably use less pins and in that way, you won't have trouble for hiding them. You see on the hair that I'm using here, that I don't have any trouble hiding any of the hair because it's just so thick and so much of hair. To tell you something about this last section here, it's about the width of your two fingers .Just gently, sort of loosely hanging it down and then gripping it in. Well, this last section that you have got, goes up to the ear, probably want to take that across the bottom, whereas these have all been going in that direction, this one slightly in the opposite direction. Okay, this top section of hair, you want to divide in half and again separate in half again, so you are not dealing with too much hair all in one go, and again, you want to have this quite loose on the top hair, it's not kind of too tight from the scalp, for a soft natural look. And again, you are pinning this in that side. As you get closer to the end, you probably need to use less pins you will find because it's got quite a lot of sort of substantial amount of hair and grips already in there, sort of really loosely teasing the hair through with my hands, I want to sort of if there's a natural curl in there or if you put some curl in yourself. You don't want to break all of the hair with the brush. We got this top section left here. You section it the way earlier; just use your comb or your brush. Just take another section from the top hair and just almost in a kind of a triangle, link it up to the parting and join that in, with that in, with this section, do the same on the other side. In the beginning, you probably want to just put some straightening irons or curling tongs just to give it this kind of soft and more tasselled effect. Okay, so we are just cutting this section in half, you want to see that this section is quite neat but you are going to have to keep them ultra-tight as this is going to be very soft, nice natural side look. And what you can do when you are combing towards the end here, at the back, just sort of take in the section here, just almost wrapping it around the rest of it. I'll show you now. With this finger pushing up against, and then in and down and till you find that tension, you will find that tension, when you find that, push it in and it will stay. So you are going to repeat the same process with this last bit here. This really is the last section on this side. You want to see if it just a kind of, just falling, not quite, because we want to kind of give it that really soft effect. Any bits that really fall out through shorter layers or shaping round the face, don't worry about those, we can sort those out at the end or perhaps leave them in some cases. Again, if the hair is a bit too thick, you may be able to do this but without spreading it into less sections. It just depends on how thick the head of hair is that you are working from. You are splitting this up into two put it this way. Gently work with your hands to bringing that back so now, I'll just show you what I'm doing here. This can now come over. It's often we are doing exactly what we did on the other side, but just the reverse. Finding that big inside, once you feel that sort of tension in there and the grip, just push it right up inside and that's it, it would stay and if the pin's still showing a little bit like that, what you going to do with this remaining bit of hair that you just pinned in is sometimes just loop that back over and it gives the effect that the hairs kind of wrapped around. And there is a style to the side.