Amanda Seyfrieds Oscars Hair Tutorial

Hey girls Abbey here today, I will going to show you how to do this up to that Amanda seyfried wore to the Oscars recently. I got a ton of requests for it. So I was really excited to show you guys how to do it, and it is surprisingly easy it started with my hair curl do you do not have to. I just kind of wanted to add some extra pizzazz to the style but then, I will going to take the hair that’s up towards the front, and you are going to give it just a tiny bit of teasing if you have thinner finer hair just to keep it from breaking thank you a little spray, and coming back with your fingers to get that kind of windswept look then pull in hair from your temples back up, and poof it just a tiny bit not too much not like Stuckey just a little bit, and then pin it in place to hold it there now you are going to take all the hair from that left side, and go ahead, and arrange it as you see it from the front to make sure that it looks like you want it to from the front, and then you are going to pull it on the back, and smooth it with your hand to try to get all those flyaway kind of tame down, and then you are going to go ahead, and loop it around the hair that we put into the pouf.

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So that little tail that we have right there, and then pin up, and into that. So you should be pinning up, and into your previous bobby pins which makes it hold really well, and then, I will using this shine spray to go ahead, and kind of smooth it down just a little bit more, and you are basically going to repeat the exact same thing on the other side if you have thinner finer hair you can do a little bit of teasing just to make sure that the hair holds together, and you do not see any little breaks in the hairstyle, and then go ahead, and smooth it over, and you want to pull this one about two inches past where that kind of center part is. So it is a little bit offset, and then pin it in place now on this side we are going back to the left, and you are going to take all the hair that’s left on the left side, and go ahead, and pull it over, and you want to make sure that the top of that one touches the bottom of the other section. So you do not end up with any gap like you see right here in between them you want to pull it up, and close together, and once you have got that arranged up, and close together you are going to pull that new hair underneath the old section, and put it in place. So that you can easily hide your bobby pins finally you are going to take one last section from the right, and pull it over, and pin it in place just like we have been doing then collect all your hair toward the left, and you are going to wrap it over to the right creating this kind of sideways roll in your hair, and the easiest way to do this might be to just go ahead, and continue to wrap it until you have all the hair kind of wrapped up in one roll, and then pin it in place but. I did it in steps just.

So you can see how to do that if you want to. So basically you loop it once, and pin it in place, and then you loop it again, and pin that in place, and continue to do that until all of your hair is incorporated now my hair is really far too long. So you probably do not have to do more than one or two times but for those of you with really long hair this is pretty useful then you are just going to tuck your little ends that you might have leftover inside of the little shin young kind of thing, and pin that in place right there, and that’s it for your Amanda Seyfried inspired Oscars hair tutorial. I think this is really surprisingly easy like it is a very elegant feminine hairstyle but it is a lot easier than you expect it to be. So I hope you guys try it out, and send me pictures if you do, and definitely make sure to check out my previous tutorial if you have not already seen it. And I have a giveaway going on as well. So be sure to check that out if you have not entered yet, and that is it. I will see you guys on Wednesday with my next post bye.

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