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  • -Hey, guys.

  • I'm Mindy from "Cute Girl Hairstyles."

  • And I'm here with Bailey today.

  • -Hi, guys.

  • -And we're rounding out our month

  • of hashtag CGHSpooktorials with a tutorial

  • we're calling "Hair Pin Curls."

  • So this tutorial is one that you can

  • use on pretty much a lot of different options for Halloween

  • hair.

  • You could do a witch or a zombie.

  • -Or anything with big hair.

  • A lion, bride of Frankenstein-- you can also

  • use this one as a no-heat tutorial,

  • if you mix it up just a little bit.

  • So there's lots of options on this particular hairstyle

  • and ways to use it.

  • Hi, guys.

  • So what I've done is, I've started by separating her hair.

  • And I've just pulled this section--

  • like, a small section in the very back-- I've left it out.

  • And I've pulled the rest of it up and out of the way.

  • And we're going to just be dividing the section

  • up her head, as we go along.

  • Now I'm going to go back and take about a one-inch section.

  • And on her hair it's about one inch.

  • If you have fine hair or super-thick hair,

  • you may need to adjust the sections a little bit,

  • according to the type of hair you have.

  • I'm going to take a hair pin-- this

  • is what a hair pin looks like.

  • It's different than a bobby pin.

  • I'm going to take the hair pin and put it

  • right at the root of that strand, like this.

  • And then I'm going to begin wrapping

  • the hair around the hair pin, in a figure-eight motion.

  • So it's going to weave in and out of those two side prongs.

  • In and out, in and out-- and we're

  • just going to keep doing this.

  • And now you can see that, with my thumb,

  • I'm holding them and pushing them upward,

  • which allows the room at the bottom of the prongs

  • to stay open and usable.

  • And we're going to wrap until we get to the end of her hair.

  • You're going to take your flat iron.

  • And you're just going to clamp it right here, at the end.

  • And hang on to that end, as best you can.

  • Clamp it down, just for a few seconds.

  • All the way up, like that.

  • And wrap these ends.

  • As you see, it will pretty much stay on there by itself, now

  • that you've clamped it.

  • But just for a little added security-- if you want,

  • do it this way.

  • You can.

  • Here's a couple of other options.

  • One is to take a little alligator clip, like this.

  • And just secure that end in there, a bit

  • on-- so that it holds it tight while it's cooling and setting.

  • And a second option is to take-- and I

  • like this one-- to take a bobby pin,

  • and just run a bobby pin, right at the middle.

  • And that helps hold it in place.

  • A second option, if you don't want to use heat,

  • is to wrap the hair on the hair pins,

  • just like this-- when it's a little tiny bit damp, still.

  • And then let it air dry.

  • You can let it air dry just by itself.

  • You can air dry it overnight, if you'd really

  • want to sleep in these.

  • Or you can even pop them under a hooded dryer for a few minutes.

  • Or, using a hairdryer on a cool setting, just kind of air

  • dry some of that hair so that it tightens up those curls.

  • Any of the above works just fine.

  • So let me show you another curl to it.

  • So we're going to take that hair-- we're

  • going to take our hair pin again.

  • Put it right at the root, and then

  • begin wrapping the hair around the hair pin.

  • So just remember, it's a figure-eight motion--

  • in and out, in and out, in and out.

  • And you just push with your thumb upward as you go along,

  • to create room for yourself with her hair, all the way down.

  • And then take your bobby pin or your straight iron.

  • And go ahead and straighten it right now.

  • And then I'm going to put on top of this,

  • just to straighten her-- Just hold that for a few seconds.

  • It really doesn't take tons of time.

  • And you have a nice curl.

  • We're going to go ahead and just do the rest of her hair,

  • going across.

  • And then we're going to begin going up,

  • until we have her whole head done.

  • OK.

  • And we are done.

  • That took about an hour to do, and I did it just by myself.

  • And we counted, and there were 45 in Bailey's hair.

  • She has pretty thick hair.

  • And I did pretty thick sections, even.

  • But if you had a lot finer hair, you could do smaller sections

  • and it may not take you as long.

  • When you're all done, and you've let the curls cool,

  • and you've set even a little bit more, then the fun begins.

  • Because you get to take it all out.

  • So to take it out, you just release

  • whatever is holding it on the ends,

  • and just gently tug it off of the hair pin, all the way.

  • And then you can just undo the hair pin at the top,

  • and make it a little interesting.

  • And what you get is this really fun, zigzagged curl,

  • as you can see, from the little crimpies that we did.

  • And it almost looks like rickrack--

  • like sewing rickrack-- which is why they call it the rickrack

  • set, or rickrack curl, or hair pin curl, any of the above.

  • And what happens when you get a bunch of them--

  • take this one out-- is that when you start separating them

  • with your fingers a little bit, they just

  • get really full, because of the crimps.

  • And it just creates tons of volume and texture.

  • Now I'm just going to take them all out,

  • and then I'll show you the finished product.

  • And the last one-- and you have all

  • of your hair pin curls done.

  • So at this point, what I'm going to do

  • is just very gently separate with my fingers--

  • now obviously, this is going to frizz it

  • some more, which is what we're looking for here.

  • So I don't want to run a brush through it, though,

  • because that will just completely pouf it out

  • of control.

  • And we don't want it out of control.

  • We just want it really voluminous-- lots of texture.

  • And we are finished.

  • So let's do the final spin-- just

  • look at all that curl and volume.

  • Awesome.

  • And you can definitely see how you could pull off

  • a witch, or a lion, or a zombie, or Hagrid

  • or-- It had a very editorial feel to me, even

  • something you might see on "America's Next Top Model."

  • -Just very fluffy.

  • -Tons of fluff, and I love it.

  • I love you, love-love.

  • Hope you guys have loved this tutorial.

  • I'll make sure and put a link to all of our CGH tutorials,

  • as well as any of the hairstyles we've

  • done over the years for Halloween.

  • So you can check it out in the description box below.

  • And if you guys are looking for last-minute Halloween costume

  • ideas, be sure to check out Brooklyn and Bailey's channel.

  • I'll put a link right here.

  • Click on it.

  • Yeah, and you can check it out because they

  • have an awesome video up right now,

  • with several ideas for you to go see.

  • And we'll see you guys on Sunday.

  • 'Bye, guys.

  • -'Bye.

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  • --tie it.

  • And I'm going to go right behind, to the pin curl,

  • and tie it.

  • And I don't want it too tight.

  • Because I want to be able to--

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