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How to Create an A-Symmetrical Short Hair Look - No Cutting Necessary

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 An asymmetrical hairstyle means that one side of the hair is longer than the other.? It works best if you have longer layers in the front and want to try something interesting and different.?This look can by an easy way to add an 80s feel to your short hair.? Step 1: Materials To create this look, you'll need:? * A comb * Workable hair spray * Bobby pins Step 2: Make a Part Start off by creating a deep parting on one side of your head. Use the arch of the eyebrow as a point of reference and start the part straight up from it.? Sweep the top side of the hair across the forehead and leave the bottom side flat to the head.? Step 3: Sleek the Side Now you want to make the lower side, the section below the part, sleek to the head.? Start combing the side hair down and back, keeping it flat to the head. Spray it with the hair spray and then comb it again.? Continue pulling it back until it is wrapped around to the center of the back of the head. Keep spraying with hair spray to keep all the strands in place.? Once you reach the back of the head, use two to three bobby pins to secure the hair back. Loosen the top hair to cover up the pins.? Step 4: Mess Up the Top Now you want to mess up the upper section of hair to give it texture and volume. Use the comb to backcomb through the section. You can work with the layers in your hair to create a look to your preference.? When you're finished, spray over all the hair with the hair spray to keep it in place. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/how-to-style-short-hair/everyday-looks/asymmetrical-look/
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