Try not to judge the quality of the video as well. My poor little point and shoot did the best it could.
The Curling Iron I am using in the video is the Jose Eber TriBarrel. This adorable hot pink curling Iron has the same wand that I used as well if you're not in the market for a TriBarrel iron.
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Thanks for the tutorial Melissa!ReplyDelete
I've been attempting a video with the same curling iron but the first one turned out terribly (quality-wise... used my iphone in the front facing mode and I was so blurry/pixelated) but this definitely makes me feel better about doing one! I have avoided videos for the most part, I always get nervous, but I love watching videos from other bloggers, so I should just suck it up! I do love this curling iron though! It's great! And I do the same as you sometimes & brush it!ReplyDelete
Well Done Melissa! Getting in front of the camera is hard, but just try to have confidence :) My only suggestion might be to try and get a bit more even lighting. For hair tutorial its probably OK, but if you ever do a makeup one, lighting is really important.ReplyDelete
I have very fine hair too, so I'm hoping you "brush and re-curl" method might help make mine last too.
very cute, love your hair!ReplyDelete
you aren't goofy at all! and i've been thinking about investing in a clamp-less curling iron for a little while now, thanks for the tip!ReplyDelete
Great job Melissa! I'll definitely be trying out the technique you showed :) Your hair always looks wonderful!ReplyDelete
curling iron behind the hair....I have to remember that one!ReplyDelete
great tutorial, you have the best curls!
Love the video! Thanks for the tutorial :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the video. Please do more tutorials. Love your blog.ReplyDelete
Great tutorial!! Your curls are gorgeousReplyDelete
I am in a little shock with how few curls you do for your entire head. I think I do that many in just the front portion of one side.ReplyDelete