Întrebarea pare stupidă, nu-i aşa? Pentru mine insa, filmuleţul de mai jos s-a dovedit extrem de util. Am probleme existenţiale vis-a-vis de relaţia mea cu codiţele, de pe vremea când frecventam grădiniţa. Ca atare, purtarea unei codiţe este întotdeauna ultima soluţie la care apelez atunci când nu se mai poate face nimic. Lăsând dramatismul la o parte, cu acest mini-tutorial am descoperit că şi acest gen de coafură poate arăta excelent.
Vă explică Antonio Gonzales de la Eva Scrivo Hair Salon.
Best Hair Texture for PonytailsSo let's talk about the most important part of the ponytail: it's prepping the hair. What we like to do when you work with a ponytail, you probably want to work on hair that's been washed the day before. The reason why is because its not as silky, if you wash it , if you do your pony tail on the day of its generally just a bit slippery or just too clean, so pieces start falling out, especially if you have layered hair.
Prep the Hair for the PonytailYou can start by blow-drying the hair a bit - just smoothing off the hairline a bit that tends to be a bit frizzy.
Section the HairFirst were going to section off her fringe area, and section off the hairline. Were going to work from ear to ear, just behind the ear, to the crown of the head to the top of the head, and then to the ear again. Then, just take a finger and pull off the top section. And then section off to the top of the head. So basically we've just created the base of our ponytail.
Determine the Ponytail HeightIt's important to decide how high or how low you'd like to have the ponytail. So with Leila were going to go just above the bone area, to the back of the head. Were going to take our band, it might be helpful doing this while you're sitting, so you can have tools in your lap. And just clean up your hairline. Its great working with a softer spray to begin with, so that the hair doesn't set like wetting hair.
Ponytails for Layered HairIf you're someone that has like one length hair, it's very easy to take a section of hair from beneath and wrap around your rubber band to disguise your rubber band. Leila has layered hair so the sections I'll be taking, starting with the left first, will allow me to disguise the band of the hair, and crisscrossing the bobby pins so I can ensure that it holds properly, starting on the next on the other side of the head, taking another section and doing the same.
And I am working with both bobby pins and hair pins. The bobby pin I am using when I find that there is a section of hair that is difficult to hold, it's stronger. And then the hairpin is for the loose pieces.