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How to Style Short Hair for Prom

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: Step 1: Gather Materials To create this prom style for short hair, you'll need:? * A volumizing spray * A blow dryer * A fine-tooth comb * Hair pomade with shiny finish * A headband * Holding hair spray Step 2: Dry Hair Start off with damp hair. Spray the volumizing spray over the crown area of the head, focusing on the roots.? Use a blow dryer with a nozzle to blow heat onto the roots at the crown of the head. Pull the hair up and back to get as much volume as possible at the crown.? At the back of the head, start off drying the area where your head begins to round out. Pull the hair straight up and give it height. It's ok to keep this section a little messy to give it some movement and texture.? At the front of the head, blow dry the hair straight forward and down. Use a fine-tooth comb to brush the bangs flat in the direction you want. To get more movement in the hair, brush it in opposite directions before laying it down across the forehead.? Step 3: Apply Pomade When the hair is dry, lightly comb it into place or use your fingers to place it down.? Rub the hair pomade onto your hands and fingers and then evenly coat the crown of your head. Move the hair around the head to get pieces of volume throughout the hair.? In the back, pull up the hair in the direction you blow-dried it. It should move into a fluid shape with the crown.?Smooth down the sides of the head and leave the front section flat.? Step 4: Add Headband Now that you have the shape of your style, add a headband as a finishing touch. Place the headband in the break between the volume of the crown and the flatness of the bangs. You can use the headband to push up the crown for more volume.? Finally, spray the whole head with a strong hair spray to keep the style in place all night long. Read more by visiting our page at:
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