March 27, 2013

Poof Patrol to the Rescue

Remember that time you asked for a tutorial on poofing your hair so I filmed a really quick, low-quality video with terrible lighting? I may be able to poof the crap outta some hair but (obviously) video filming and editing is not my forte. Sorry friends...you'll get the point anyways.


And for the record, yes-my favorite word is "um."
 
MetaGrip Premium Bob Pins from Sally Beauty Supply.
(The come in different sizes and colors, too! Yay for options!)

Tresemme Tres Two Hair Spray & Suave Dry Shampoo
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Don't forget...the higher the hair, the closer to God.
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Poof Patrol, over and out.
 

29 comments:

  1. YAY!!! You are the best!!! :) :) This seriously made my day. This is totally on my to-do list for the weekend. It looks super super easy. So I am hoping mine looks just as fab as yours ;)
    Thank you again for taking the time to post this :) You are awesome!!!

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  2. Could you be any cuter??!! LOVE the poof!

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  3. love me a good poof, i really have a hard time with this so this was much needed!!

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  4. Love it! Come do mine next? K thanks. I need to get me some of those super duper bobby pins. And that dry shampoo is my fave.

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  5. Well you are just too stinkin cute!! Thank you for sharing!

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  6. Love the tutorial! Thanks for doing that for us!

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  7. LOL...like a Christmas tree! Best reference ever! hahaha. Great video!

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  8. I watched your tutorial this morning before work and I actually did it! I'm scared of the poof! so its a little tame over here, but I'm really excited I actually pulled off a different hair style today!

    Thanks for making it so easy!!

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  9. those bobby pins are by far my favorite!! they never fall out!

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  10. New follower! And exactly where have you been all my life!? I feel like i've found my long lost texan twin! Such a cute story you have girl!


    Jacee

    ittybittybabybeck.blogspot.com

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  11. Love it! You did a good job explaining this. I have always been nervous about teasing my hair, afraid it would be a tangled mess, but I might have to try this and see what happens.

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  12. I have got to try these bobby pins! My thin hair rarely stays in normal ones!

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  13. Poofs don't work on me, but yours is perfect! Thanks for sharing. :)

    Jill
    Classy with a Kick

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  14. "Ummm" love this! Haha. ;) thanks for the great tutorial! And I got some great dry shampoo in my Birchbox last month, but I think I'll give suaves a try. It looks like it does the same great job but probably with a better price tag :)

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  15. Love this! Your hair is great so thanks for sharing your tips! Quick questions, do you find that teasing your hair gives your more split ends or damage? As someone who constantly colors her hair, I am always nervous to add more damage!

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  16. Great tutorial, I'm always trying to poof my hair and it never turns out right! I'm definitely going to be getting some of those good bobby pins, the cheap ones never work! I don't even think I would have noticed how many times you said "um" if you wouldn't have said anything :) Thank you for sharing!

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  17. Thanks for the tut! I feel like I can try this! You are so cute in this video!

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  18. you are such a cute little conehead! the only thing this tutorial does for me is a. wish i were still at yo house in tx bc then i'd make you do it for me and b. want to go home and try it asap. i have no excuses anymore to not be able to do this. ummm i think that's it. ummm k love you bye ;)

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  19. Loved your tutorial vlog. My hair WILL NOT WILL NOT do anything like this ~ it's thick and silky (not complaining...but I would love to do hairstyles like this). Enjoyed watching you talk though, you're adorable!

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  20. Love this tutorial! Thanks for showing us the poof :)

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  21. I love the poof! Thank you for this. For once I actually have all the tools needed for this tutorial! I hate having to go out and buy a million things after a great tutorial.
    You really make this easy, thank you!

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  22. I bought those bobby pins several months back (after you mentioned them here of course) and they've been amazing. I have a question! Does your poof stay nicely when you don't put it back in the bobby pins? When you just wear all your hair down? Mine does not. It's so heavy it tends to pull the tease down but maybe I'm just not doing it right?

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  23. seemed comfortable salon once, I will feel at home when you can work here :)

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  24. Thanks so much! Love your hair and your poofs!

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  25. Your teasing looks a lot better than mine. I look like a crazy lady when I tease my hair lol

    I'm in need of bobbie pins so I'll be sure to pick those up!

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  26. Love it! And you are just precious!!!
    I use those bobby pins (looove them!) and that hair spray is the only kind my hair will work with! :)

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  27. The poof looks amazing! I am loving it! :)

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  28. You made this look so simple! I can't wait to try it! You didn't have the twang I thought you would have! You sounded so cute! :)

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