The Hairdresser On Fire Holiday Special: Part 2.


Posted in Tutorial on December 17th, 2012 by Reagan

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Are you folks chomping at the bit for the next episode in the Hairdresser On Fire Holiday Special? I certainly hope you are enjoying them! In this episode, you’ll learn how to do the beautiful and incredibly festive cinnamon roll braid that I demonstrate on my dear friend Karrie. You’ll nail the holiday party season with your hair done in this little number. See for yourself!

Hairdresser on Fire – Holiday Special – Ep. 2 from Joe Varca on Vimeo.

Cinnamon Roll Braid instructions:

Part your hair where you would like to wear it and start French braiding..I like to start my braids on the side that’s parted heavier. As you’re braiding, follow your hairline around your head, only adding hair to the bottom section (I love the effect it give this particular braid). Once you get to the opposite side of your head from where you started (likely behind your ear), you’ll finish off the braid and secure with an elastic. Coil it up around itself creating a “roll” and secure with pins. Tug and pull at the braid, and loosen up those man-catchers!

See episode 1 here, and stay tuned for episode 3 where I give myself the Bardot ponytail!

 And make sure you check out Mairzy Dozy here! Forks in your hair make it sound like your there is a delicious meal on top of your head!



22 Responses to “The Hairdresser On Fire Holiday Special: Part 2.”

  1. MairzyDozy Says:

    Love! That was too cute, looking forward to episode 3. I’m gonna try the cinnamon roll braid tomorrow.

    “Forks in your hair make it sound like your there is a delicious meal on top of your head!” LOL. – Stick a fork in it and its done!

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  2. casey ann Says:

    oh i love it!! i just tried it and concurrently watched all your other videos!! they’re great :) however i doo have a question: how do you make it so your french braid doesn’t flatten out? mine gets a little thicker and off the head a little towards the thicker part, but it’s a little flattened at the start of the braid? do i need to switch something up in my braiding technique :)? thanks, reagan!

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  3. Joellen Says:

    I love that effect and I couldn’t figure out how you did it. Thank you sooo much for this tutorial!!!

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  4. Liv Says:

    I’m going to try this for my Christmas party this week!

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  5. Magalie Says:

    It is fresh, funny and beautiful! What else? Thank you for these videos. A merry and hairy Christmas to you and your readers from Norway ;)

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  7. Marcie Says:

    I love these clever and funny videos! Keep ‘em comin!! I wish I knew how to french braid, I’d love to try this out on my hair. Way too cute!! Hope you and PJ have an awesome Christmas!!

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  8. Tif Says:

    I adore you two!

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  9. jennifer j. Says:

    what a great video (and blog)! thanks for the beautiful haircut tonight and all the blog recs. i’m adding them to my RSS feed right now. xo

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  13. Christi Says:

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  14. Linsday Says:

    Your videos are always the best! So cute. Can’t wait to see the Bardot ponytail!

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  15. Rebeka Says:

    Reagan! These videos are SO cute! I just went back and watched the first one too and both are awesome. What a fun series. Also your hair, it’s SO good!!

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    Are you folks chomping at the bit for the next episode in the Hairdresser On Fire Holiday Special? I certainly hope you are enjoying them! In this episode, you’ll learn how to do the beautiful and incredibly festive cinnamon roll braid that I demonstrate on my dear friend Karrie. You’ll nail the holiday party season with your hair done in this little number. See for yourself!

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