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Tight VS. Loose! Which curl is your go to?

Tight VS. Loose curls, which is your go to and do you know how to achieve them? Tight curl: hold your stylers on a horizontal angle, complete one full twist around the stylers and then glide the stylers out from your head. Loose curl: hold your stylers on a vertical angle, complete one full twist (or even half a twist for a looser look!) and then glide the stylers down the hair, keeping them close to your body to retain length. Angles…

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A good few weeks ago, I showed you all 3 different ways to wave with stylers and asked which wave was your favourite. (Swipe left to see that image!) Most of you guys said #1 was your fave and asked for a how to on that technique as the full style - so here you go 😘😘😘 - Hold the stylers nose pointing downwards on a vertical angle - Turn a full twist around the stylers and glide down about half way - Pull out the stylers and then reposition back in but then rotate in the opposite direction - On your next section of hair, make sure that this is also alternating directions! (For example if your previous section turned left first and then right at the ends, your next section would be turned right first and then left on the ends) - Wait for all of the hair to cool and then run some serum through to break up the waves and add shine - The perfect way to create the ultimate undone wave 🤍🤍🤍 #hair #hairstyles #hairgoals #hairwaves #chloeswiftstylist #hairtutorials

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effortless wave with straighteners

A good few weeks ago, I showed you all (on instagram) 3 different ways to wave with stylers and asked which wave was your favourite. Most of you guys said #1 was your fave and asked for a how to on that technique as the full style, so here you go 😘😘😘 1) Hold the stylers nose pointing downwards on a vertical angle 2) Turn a full twist around the stylers and glide down about half way 3) Pull out the…

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how partings can change your whole look!

Showing you 7 ways in which you can change up your parting and they all make such a difference. Do you want to feel more glam? Then flip it over Do you want to feel more cute for a daytime look? Keep it sleek and straight Who knew that there were so many parting ways to switch up your style so quickly! Which parting are you? 💕 https://www.instagram.com/tv/CBL3aSwgA8r/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

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styling my hair with gisou products

I really wanted to try Gisou products (the new luxury hair care brand which happens to be extremely instagrammable and looks great on your dressing table) so I was super happy when Gisou sent me some of their products to try! All of the Gisou products contain natural bees wax, meaning that they smell delicious and feel amazing on your hair. Products used here are: propolis infused polishing primer great for adding moisture and priming your hair before your blowdry. Contains ingredients…

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how to look like a mermaid with uniwigs

Feeling real mermaid vibes with this amazing wig and hair accessories which uniwigs have sent me! The wig feels and looks so natural even though it is synthetic hair! You can style uniwigs synthetic hair with heat up to 180 degrees (so ghd's are perfect for this) The wig and all hair accessories are brand new for uniwigs summer 2020 range. Would you guys rock a wig? 💕 https://www.instagram.com/p/CA51ZVvAHxx/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

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how to: snatched, bouncy ponytail using easilocks hair

Ever wanted that Ariana style ponytail, but wondered why half of your length disappears as soon as you put your hair up into a high pony? The answer ladies is extensions! We need extensions to achieve a ponytail of great lengths, which closely resembles a horses tail 🙊 Don't worry, it's what all the celebs do! Here I am using the Easilocks quarter wig clip in extension, which is super easy as it is all just one piece which I clipped…

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HEATLESS WAVES! (The TikTok trend) When I saw this on TikTok a good few weeks ago now, I knew I had to try it out and see if it worked - and it does! All you need is your dressing gown tie 🤣 I also used @theouai wave spray & @theouai hair oil The trick is to have your hair only slightly damp, orelse it will take forever to dry and set into shape. If the hair is too wet, the final result will be tighter and a bit kinky and wild 😜 so keep it just slightly damp 👌🏼 I left this in for a good few hours, maybe 3? Or you could leave overnight 🥰 Will you guys be trying out this heatless waves technique? Let me know! 🙌🏼💕 Music: Tadow - Masego (feat. FKJ) #hair #hairstyles #hairgoals #hairwaves #heatlesscurls #heatfreehair #hairstylist #chloeswiftstylist

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Heatless Waves (TikTok Trend)

I thought I would try out the heatless waves TikTok trend! This is a great option for if you have washed your hair in the evening, as you could go to sleep like this and then wake up with effortless waves the next morning. All you need is the tie from your dressing gown - yes really! Make sure that your hair is not too wet, orelse it will take forever to dry and also when you take the tie out…

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10 tips for washing hair! 1) Once a week use a scalp exfoliator - the scalp builds up with oil, dead skin and old products. 2) Always shampoo twice - the 1st shampoo will loosen up oil & debris and then the 2nd shampoo will fully remove it. 3) Shampoo the scalp with the pads of fingers, never shampoo & scrub the hair itself - when hair washing, it’s actually the scalp we want to wash. If we scrub the ends with shampoo, this will roughen up the cuticle leaving tangled and matted hair. The hair will get washed just by the shampoo running over it when being rinsed out. 4) Squeeze the water out of the hair before conditioning - this is so you are not diluting down your conditioner. 5) Comb conditioner gently through with a wide tooth comb and leave for 2-5 minutes - this is to make sure all hair is covered, not just the top layer and to remove tangles. Leaving on for 2-5 minutes will allow the conditioner to do it’s job of closing the cuticle and restoring moisture and protein. 6) Give yourself a little massage whilst the conditioner sits on the hair - this will stimulate blood circulation which then stimulates new hair growth! 7) Once a week, use a mask instead of a conditioner, leave on for 10-20 minutes (depending on what your mask tells you) - A mask penetrates deeper than your surface conditioner, this is more of a treatment. 8) Rinse off conditioner or mask with cool water - this will close the cuticle of the hair and leave your hair shiny and smooth. 9) Pat and squeeze hair with a towel, never rub - hair is vulnerable when wet so we need to treat it carefully. If we rub the hair, this will toughen up the cuticle and lead to matting/split ends. 10) When shopping for hair products, look for a shampoo with no sulphates & a conditioner with no silicones - sulphates are a type of salt which will dry your hair out over the long run. Sulphates are a type of plastic which deceive you into thinking your hair is silky soft when it’s a layer of silicone over the top! Were there any tips in here that you didn’t know? 🤯 #hair #healthyhair #hairgoals #hairtips #hairtutorials #hairvideos #haircare #chloeswiftstylist

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10 tips for washing hair

Well this was a fun one to film 😂 dragging my ring light into the bathroom (with a very long extension lead) and ending up freezing and with a wet through bathroom by the end! All for the content hey! I get regularly asked about hair washing; how often? what shall I use? do I shampoo once or twice? when do I use a mask? So I thought this video was well and truly needed! 10 tips for hair washing... 1) Once…

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Curling with a straightener! Can you tell a difference between the left side and the right side? Here, I use the same technique throughout: holding the @ghdhair styler vertical and pulling downwards. This will create a loose wave which doesn’t bounce up and lose length. On the right hand side all of the sections are curled in the same direction, away from the face. On the left hand side each section is curled in alternate ways, clashing into each other. Always think about the direction of the curl, this will change your overall look! Which side do you prefer? Left or right? Using the @ghdhair gold styler in Neo-Mint #adgifted Music: Balcony Vibes - Katashi Kaitō #hair #hairgoals #hairstyles #hairtutorial #hairvideos #curlinghair #hairhowto #chloeswiftstylist

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Curling with a straightener (the difference between the same direction & alternating directions!)

Have you ever curled your hair with the straighteners and then wondered why one side might look slightly different to the other side? It could quite well be the direction in which you are curling in! In this video I demonstrate the different looks achieved with curling all in the same direction (right hand side) and then alternating directions (left hand side) Curling or waving in the same direction, will allow all of your curls to fall into the same place creating a…

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How to create a bouncy blow dry with ghd

Here is my at home bouncy blow dry tutorial for ghd, using of course all of my favourite ghd products. Give this one a try, if you are not used to blow drying from the front and working down towards the back of the head - you will need some practice! But I can assure you, you will love this look. The idea of starting at the front of your hair and then setting into a pin curl, allows the hair the maximum amount…

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