Hair on Camera. Structure and Movement # Techfile

Equipments:

  • A paddle brush
  • A tail comb
  • Hot rollers
  • Hot rollers securing clips
  • A cape

Directions:

  1. Ask the model to put on the cape. Brush the hair with the paddle brush.
  2. Switch on the hot rollers.
  3. Separate the hair into side parting and then separate the hair into front and back section.
  4. When the rollers are hot and ready for use, first, start with the back section. Separate the hair into two sections (up and bottom). Use the red hot rollers for the top section and blue for the bottom section. For the red ones, position the rollers like the brick work. I have used three rollers on each row. Grab a small section of hair and place the hot roller underneath the hair. Roll the hair with the roller and secure the roller on the hair with hot roller clip. Do the same for the rest of the hair for the upper section hair at the back. For the blue ones at the bottom section, separate the hair into two sections (left and right). For both section, the roller will position vertically and move towards the face.
  5. For the front section, I have used red hot rollers. Place the hot rollers underneath the hair. Roll the hair with the rollers and secure it onto the hair with hot roller clip. Do the same for the rest of the hair for the front section.
  6. After the hot rollers have cool down, remove the rollers and the clips from the hair.

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I’m pleased with how the wave looks on this practice and compare to the last practice on hot rollers, this time, I have managed to do the hairstyle quicker as I remember the steps. The position of the hot rollers matter how the wave will look like at the end and on here, I didn’t brush out the curls as I want the natural wavy hairstyle. The nice wavy hair gives a soft texture to the look and makes the hair look natural and creates an elegant style.

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