How To Turn Your Hair Style Of Fall From Summer Flip Hair
Everyone wants beautiful silky Hairs, and everyone care about their hair, either it is in summer, winter, rainy and also in Spring season. Here we have some tips about the hair. How to make your flip hair look into perfect for fall in summer
The Look: Bouncy, retro waves
Smooth out your beach waves from the summer and replace them. These voluptuous waves are easy to get with the following steps …
Step 1: Prep your hair for your blow out
First, when out of the shower, start by applying a smoothing cream to your hair -- avoiding the roots. The cream will coat the cuticle and help stop frizz from forming.
Next, apply a product that gives your hair a volume boost (this style is all about going big) to your roots -- making sure to distribute it evenly around the crown of your head.
Step 2: Create bouncy waves while blow-drying
First, dry hair at the roots with the blow dryer using only your fingers. Simply pull your hair away from your scalp (to add lift to your roots), then position the dryer so it\'s shooting air downward. Continue until hair is about 80 percent dry.
Next, section your hair into three parts -- top, middle and nape. If you have bangs, leave them loose and dry them into place first (so they don\'t dry in a funky shape).
Last, wrap one-inch sections of hair around a round brush then flip your wrist so you\'re holding the brush vertically (not horizontally) as you blast it with the blow dryer. Make sure the roots of the section are dry, then unwind the brush with the handle pointing down. Continue this technique all the way around your head.
Step 3: Set your bouncy waves
Once you finish blow drying your hair, gently run a brush through it to smooth out the waves. Then spritz it with soft-hold hairspray
The Look: Messy, chic ponytail
Laid back, messy-in-a-good-way braids were all the rage for summer, but come fall the messy look morphs into a more grown up, sophisticated ponytail like the ones we saw during the Brian Reyes show at New York Fashion Week. It\'s an easy way to look put-together and professional for work or for evening. Get it with the following steps …
Step 1: Prep hair for a ponytail
The easiest way to create a chic ponytail that stays put is by starting with dirty hair (hello time-saver!). But, if you\'re hair is squeaky clean, an easy way to dirty it up is by running a styling cream through it
Step 2: Style your ponytail
Before pulling your hair back into a pony, backcomb the front section a bit for added volume.
To backcomb, simply grab a one-inch section of hair and hold it straight up. Then use a fine-toothed comb or brush and push the tool from the top of the section down to your roots, pull it out, and repeat. Do this same motion about two to three times on each section.
Once you\'re finished backcombing, smooth the outer layer of the teased hair, but don\'t worry about it looking perfect, it should be slightly tousled.
Now you can secure your hair into a ponytail. Finish by pulling out a half-inch piece of hair from your pony, wrap it around the elastic and secure with a bobby pin.
Step 3: Set your style
Once you finish styling your ponytail, make sure it stays in place (and maintains some lift) by spraying it with a volumizing hairspray.
The Look: Blunt bangs
While it's not a look everyone has the fortitude pull off, if you do, retro, blunt bangs, are hot for fall. See how to get and style them here …
Step 1: Cut your bangs (A fringe of hair cut straight across the forehead)
If you don't already have bangs, then it's best to see your stylist to have them cut the first time -- just be sure to specify what you\'re looking for and don\'t get them cut too short. When worn longer, blunt bangs are versatile because they can be swept to the side or middle parted -- it's a great way to change your look without cutting your hair shorter.
If you already have bangs and want to shape them up yourself
Step 2: Style your bangs
Always blow dry your bangs first, otherwise they\'ll be hard to tame. Start by applying a smoothing cream. Then, blow dry them by pointing your hairdryer downward until they are completely dry (avoid over-drying them though or you\'ll create frizz).
Next, if your bangs need extra straightening, use a flat iron to get a smoother, sleek finish.
Step 3: Set your bangs
To prevent your bangs from getting poufy or frizzy, spritz them with an extra-hold hairspray. Hold the bottle at least six inches away from your hair while spraying so it doesn't get too wet.