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How to Backcomb Hair?

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Backcombing hair, otherwise known as teasing, is a process of taking a section of hair and holding it straight up and drawing your comb down toward the direction of the roots. This will create a snarled effect. You then comb a smooth piece of hair over this.
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How to Back-Comb Hair
In the 1950s and 1960s, back combing was the method used to create popular hairstyles such as the beehive and the bouffant. Recently, the technique has come back to the forefront and is used to give the hair a subtle and lovely height and fullness.... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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1. Separate a 1- to 2-inch strand of synthetic hair from the rest of your hair. Clip up the remaining hair with a claw or butterfly clip. Using smaller strands will make the synthetic
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1 Try to substitute a comb for a ball-tipped paddle brush when backcombing. The wider-spaced bristles won't snag your hair as much as a comb, which prevents knotting and breaking.
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scene is poofy hair ; . backcombing is brushing up-down-up-down in the same area untill it gets tangled and then you go up a cm ; Source(s) mee.
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1. Separate a strand of hair about 1 to 2 inches wide at the crown of the head, and comb it to make sure it is smooth and tangle-free. 2. Comb the section straight ...
To tease or back-comb hair, chose a comb that is appropriate for the hair texture. Some brushes may be used instead of a comb. Use hair product that adds volume. ...
1. Separate a 1- to 2-inch strand of synthetic hair from the rest of your hair. Clip up the remaining hair with a claw or butterfly clip. Using smaller strands ...
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