Hairdresser On Fire Holiday Special: Part 3.


Posted in Tutorial on December 21st, 2012 by Reagan

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I hope you’ve enjoyed the Hairdresser On Fire Holiday Special! Here is episode 3!

Hairdresser on Fire – Holiday Special – Episode 3 from Joe Varca on Vimeo.

Bardot Pony Tail instructions:

Get started by teasing a really good full base at your crown..this is optional. Pull up your hair in stages, creating a roll in the back by wrapping hair around your thumb or finger, and pinning in place. Continue to do this, working your way down until everything is pulled up, except what you want left out for your pony tail!

I bet you look gorgeous. I bet all my money that it’s true. Where this for Christmas or New Years or your birthday, or really anywhere!

Check out Andrea’s Beau for beautiful accessories! Follow them on Twitter here, and Facebook here!

Special thanks to my good friend Karrie for being spontaneous and fun and beautiful. And Joe Varca, who is the best director, camera man, editor I know.

 



17 Responses to “Hairdresser On Fire Holiday Special: Part 3.”

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  2. Marcie Says:

    Seriously…..how cute are you?? :D

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  3. Celesta Says:

    Love all of these! You are too cute.

    I tried the hair tutorial from part two, but it didn’t turn out quite right (the braid kept twisting and wouldn’t lay flat)… i need to practice!

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  4. Rae Says:

    So super cute. Seems like a great, no fuss, easy elegant ‘do! Thanks Reags!

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  5. Val Says:

    Too funny! Noticed when you style your own hair you make these faces like “oh no she didn’t” and “say what” :)
    Thanks for always sharing!

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  6. Linsday Says:

    Super cute. What kind of brush do you recommend for teasing? (or what kind are you using in the video?) I typically use a comb but I feel like its way too damaging. It looks as though you’re hardly teasing it/or doing it very gently, but still getting lots of volume!

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  9. Malvika Says:

    I shot a video with a hairstylist recently who told me she uses just a few drops of a styling cream to get that wet look for a party. You can see how she does it at http://bit.ly/RpyA2x

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  11. Jill Says:

    Reagan,
    My daughter is a sister missionary in NYC. She ran into you at some function and couldn’t have been more excited because you were kind enough to mention her beautiful hair. It made her day! You see, we have been enjoying both of your blogs for a few years now. Since she is away from me, I am always hoping for the kindness of others to benefit my daughter. Thank you for your kindness towards my daughter. BTW, love your vimeos!

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  12. Belle Says:

    I recently got my hair blown out at the dominican salon and I absolutely love it. If you’ve never had your hair blown out before I’d totally recommend it especially if you have natural hair (no relaxers) I made a quick video so I could show the results http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_0UWOANpKY Thanks for post btw I’ll be sure to come back to see more!

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  14. Erin Says:

    Love your tuturials, especially these holiday ones! You have saved me many a time. You also make me want to grow my hair out long and luscious like yours. I just had a baby and my hair is falling out like crazy, its so thin. I think I need to convince my hubby to fly me to NYC and get my hair did :)

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  15. Stacy Brown Says:

    Reagan, I was so excited to find you! You look FAB! How fun that you have your own blog. I loved working with you for a short time at Salon Divo in UT. I can’t wait to follow your blog.

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  16. Jo Guerra Says:

    Even though it was a cozy and casual event, which is really just the way I like it, I still wanted to feel a little special. Lately, my “special” hair secret weapon is a row or two of clip in extensions! My friend Lacy has her own hair extensions company , and recently came out with a new line of ombre clip-ins. I trimmed them to my own length, and had my colorist ,Carla, gloss them to match my hair exactly. They blend perfectly, and just thicken up my hair a little more on the ends, which actually makes it look much longer! It’s perfect for someone like me, who likes almost no daily fuss or maintenance when it comes to my hair, but really likes to go all out once in a while. Plus, I have a drawer of hair in my bedroom which literally makes me laugh out loud every time I open it.

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