How To Fix Bed Head Hair
The video demonstrates a technique to get rid of "bed head" hair by sectioning and straightening. The stylist explains each step to fixing your hair up in the morning.
On this video today, I'm going to be showing you how to fix bed-head hair. So, with bed-head hair when you get up in the morning and it's a little bit messy and a little bit sort of tangled up, this is the best way that I find to fix it so to make it look more sort of normal and more sort of smoother again. All I'm going to be using today; I'm going to be using a soft bristle brush and also a comb when I'm going to be straightening the hair and a couple of sectioning clips just for myself to use here.
Product-wise, I'm going to be using a heat protection spray and then, also to finish, just a small amount of hairspray. So, first of all, I'm going to be using the soft bristle brush just to get any tangles and knots out of the hair. This is the sort of easiest brush to use on the hair because it doesn't damage the hair and it's not as tough as using a comb or anything else.
So, first of all, you just want to take your hair, start from the bottom. Just gently brush out any tangles or any knots. If you start from the bottom and work your way up, it's a lot less painful as well if you do have knots.
When you think all that's out, just double check with your comb before you start straightening. Then, with your comb, section off your hair, doesn't have to be exact as obviously this is going to be on your own hair. Then, using these sectioning clips, take a small section underneath; the smaller the sections, the smoother your hair will be.
And using heat protection spray, put a fine mist of spray on the section. Use straighteners, roots to ends, just going through. If you keep your sections small, you tend to get most of the kinks out of the roots as well that you do tend to get first thing in the morning.
So, you take your next section and just repeat. You just keep doing this for every section until you run out of the hair. And with the sides of the hair, it's exactly the same.
You section all the way through until you get to the top and run out of hair. Just use a sectioning clip to do the sectioning - it's easier. And on this side, exactly the same, obviously, the part is a little bit farther above.
Again, still keep working to the top. When you feel your hair is smooth enough and you're free of all the kinks, then just finish with just a little bit of the hairspray. Again, just with this, just be really careful and don't go too close to the hair, just a really fine mist, just to make sure everything stays set.
You don't want your hair to be wet and start kinking again. And that's how you fix bed-head hair.