Our hair tutorial today shows how to curl your human hair wigs with a straightener or flat iron! We also show an easy “hair hack” or trick using nail polish to determine if you have spun the flat iron correctly to get the perfect curl. We thought of this trick as my daughter was learning to curl her hair with a flat iron for the first time and are hoping it will help other beginners. This method can be tricky to master at first, but once you get it down, it becomes easy and so fun. We love these curls because they last for days and look so gorgeous!
Hey guys, come along with us to the salon where she gets layers cut for the first time! We thought it would be fun to do something different this week and show you a “behind the scenes” look at her fun new haircut. She has had her human hair wigs cut more dramatically short (to her shoulders) in the past and donated it, but she has never had layers!
She is loving her fresh new cut and it looks so stylish and cute down (straight or curled.) But FYI… layers do make your hair more difficult to braid (since you will have shorter human hair wigs mixed in with longer pieces.) If any of you are thinking of doing the same type of cut but still want to be able to wear your hair up, I would suggest asking for “long layers” which is what she got. While it will be more difficult, she should still be able to do most braids, ponytails, buns, etc, since her layers don’t start up super high on her head.
This Tinkerbell human hair wigs tutorial is inspired by the hairstyle worn on Disney’s fairy Tinker Bell in the movie Peter Pan! A cute messy bun or “top knot” wrapped with ribbon and side swept bangs. Of course, my daughter doesn’t have bangs (as I’m sure many of you don’t as well) so we made some “fake bangs” using her own hair!