Hairdressing Videos – Hairdressing Training & Professional Hairstyling

 

A trip to the hairstylist is thrilling, but there’s very few people who can go everyday. Not to worry, though, because here we have a selection of films that give you the tips and insider information that top salons use to give you that perfect look. Videojug has consulted top hairdressers to get their take on the tips that make hairdressing easier and fun, and which ultimately give the best results. So, whether you want to make the perfect ponytail, the niftiest knot, or just want to use rollers better, here’s the place to start.


How To Do A Messy Mermaid Plait

In this episode of Hair With Hollie professional hair stylist Hollie Kiernan shows you how to do a gorgeous messy mermaid braid – great for a night out and perfect for the festival season.

PRODUCTS USED:
Texturising Dust
Backcombing Brush
Hair Clips
Hairspray
Hair Pins
Hair Elastics

Need to do your hair in a hurry? In this episode of Hair With Hollie professional hair stylist Hollie Kiernan shows you how to do 3 great looks for when you’re running late.

PRODUCTS USED:
Hair Ties
Baseball Cap
Hair Pins

How To Style Loose Waves

In this episode of Hair With Hollie professional hair stylist Hollie Kiernan shows you how to style elegant loose waves. It’s Hollies’s signature style, and after loads of requests she shows you how to get the look at home!

PRODUCTS USED:
Hair Brush
Hair Mousse
Curling Wand
Texturising Dust

STEP 1: PART THE HAIR
Part your hair over the brow, then section the top and tie to the side.

STEP 2: CURL THE BOTTOMS OF THE HAIR
Prep the bottom of the hair with a bit of mousse, then curl the hair in sections away from the face. Curl the hair away from the face about halfway up the length using a wand of straighteners. Continue until both sides are curled.

STEP 3: CURL THE TOP OF THE HAIR
Let down the top section and curl in the same way as the bottom sections.

STEP 4: BACKCOMB AND CURL THE FRINGE
Backcomb the fringe behind the hair, then curl away from the head.

STEP 5: BRUSH OUT THE CURLS
Once the curls have cooled brush them out, brushing the front section back.

STEP 6: ADD TEXTURISING DUST
Add a little texturising dust to the roots and rub it in. This should give you a bit of extra volume. Finish the look with a bit of hair spray.

How To Do Fancy Hair Styles

A fancy outfit needs a fancy hairstyle to go with it. Professional hair stylist Hollie Kiernan shows you how to do a stunning half updo that’s perfect for formal occasions or a Friday night out with the girls.

YOU WILL NEED
sectioning clips
comb
kirby grips
hairspray

METHOD
Part the hair loosely at the centre, following your natural parting. Section off the hair ear to ear, midway down the crown, so that around half of the hair below and in front is left down. Split this top section into three pieces and backcomb these to add more volume to the crown. Roll the bottom section of the top part into a half moon shape and pin it in place. Wrap the rest of the top section over this shape and pin each piece in place.

Take two small sections of hair from the lower half, each just behind the ear and make a plait from each. Wrap these over the top of the head and secure with pins and a spritz of hairspray.

How To Do Stylish Hairstyles

Sweeping wavy or curly hair is a red carpet standard that you can do yourself with straighteners or curling tongs and the right technique. Professional hair stylist Hollie Kiernan shows you how to create your own stylish look.

YOU WILL NEED
comb
mousse
straightening irons or curling irons

TOP TIPS

Comb the hair into a deep side parting to give a sweeping effect.
Add a touch of mousse before styling and backcombing to give the hair some grip.
Leave the curled sections to cool before removing the clip. This will help the curl or wave set and keep its volume throughout the day.

YOU WILL NEED
mousse
comb
tailcomb
straightening irons
bristle brush

TOP TIPS
Dividing the hair into manageable sections will make it easier to style.
If you don’t have a tailcomb, you can put the hair into small plaits and clamp the straightening irons onto them in the same way.
Tease the curls out using a bristle brush or wide tooth comb. The more you brush it, the bigger the hairstyle will get.

How To Get Farrah Fawcett Hair

Farah Fawcett’s curled layers were the hairstyle sensation of the 1970s and the look is still popular today. Professional hair stylist Hollie Kiernan shows you how to recreate this iconic do yourself in this step-by-step guide.

YOU WILL NEED
brush
mousse
straightening irons
hairspray

TOP TIPS
Brush a touch of mousse through the hair first, to help it hold the curl.
Curl the front section of the hair using straighteners. Hold the straighteners towards the ends of the hair and curl away from the face.
Finish with a generous spritz of hairspray.