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Pro Hack: How and Why You Should Style Your Baby Hair

Here's why you should do it and how you can adopt this professional makeup with ease.

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Pro Hack: How and Why You Should Style Your Baby Hair

Pro Hack: How and Why You Should Style Your Baby Hair

Pro Hack: How and Why You Should Style Your Baby Hair

The difference between doing your hair and doing your own make-up and getting help from the professionals is: styling your baby’s hair. The hairline is often overlooked when taking care of yourself. Sure, you can mix the bronzer into the hairline to make the foundation even and then prep your locks, but your baby hair styling is neglected. A tip from professional HMUs would be to pay attention to these baby hairs and style them accordingly. Here’s why you should do it and how you can adopt this professional makeup with ease.

Pro Hack: How and Why You Should Style Your Baby Hair

Pro Hack: How and Why You Should Style Your Baby Hair

Professional HMUs would never make the mistake of leaving baby’s hair as it is. Baby hair is basically the thin strands of hair lining your face, after which your hair is much fuller. If not styled, these fine strands might look unruly and not provide a professional finish. That’s why you see celebrities sporting stylish updates with no signs of escaping. This is because their baby hair is styled and put together in such a way that the hair and makeup looks neat like an artistic portrait.

Brush and coil

The simple gesture of brushing your baby’s hair will bring instant refinement to your look. To do this, you can use a spoolie brush or even a clean toothbrush. You can also pull out a few strands to make your baby hair look thicker and curl it with your fingers.

Lacquer to the rescue

Pro Hack: How and Why You Should Style Your Baby Hair

If you want baby hair to stay in place because you’re getting carried away for an event, use hairspray. A strong or medium hold hairspray will ensure your baby hair stays tidy and doesn’t budge. You can spray some of the product on the bristles of your toothbrush or toothbrush and comb them down and to the sides to lock them in place. Do not change the direction of your combing movements as this can cause frizz.

Gelled in place

For a more elegant look, you can fix your baby’s hair with gel or pomade and even create elaborate designs with it. Take some styling gel or hair pomade on your fingertips and gently pull your baby’s hair to absorb the product. Now use a spoolie brush or metal eyebrow comb to style baby hair into circular shapes or S-shaped patterns. You can even use sticky beads or rhinestones to accent your hair.

Also read – 5 texturizing sprays that are a blessing for fine hair.

 

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