Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Don't Call Me a Tease

Men may not like to be teased, but hair sure does. :)

This week, we have a lesson in teasing your hair taught by Miss Zandi Watts. The definition of teasing is to comb by taking hold of a strand and pushing the short hairs toward the scalp with the comb. Basically, it is what girly girls do to give their hair some volume.

It always looked confusing to me, I never quite understood what the whole point of this whole teasing thing was, so I decided to find out for myself. It is very simply because there are really just 2 steps to the process

In order to tease, you first need a special comb called a rat tail comb. Yes, I also think this is an odd name.

Step 1: Using the back of the comb, section off some of your hair from the back of your head.

Step 2: Tease down, as close to the roots as possible. Teasing is basically moving the comb in a vertical otherwise known as up and down.

Continue this teasing process until you feel that you have enough volume in your hair. When you are finished, your hair should be bigger and better.

I got some volume
I hope that you are all teased up by now. And when it comes to hair, it's okay to do a little tease now and then.

1 comment:

  1. I'm glad that you got good use out of my comb and I am glad that you learned how to tease your hair since you won't be around next year for us to help you :[ unless you want to stay...lol