Linear Chignon Tutorial

Step by step chignon training including key points, the way of using hairstyling cream, light hold hairspray, hard hold hairspray and hair glue:
1. In the beginning, take a portion of hair from ear to ear at the back and pull it into a ponytail.
2. Split the ponytail into two parts. Give the hair a full backcombing on both sides and form it into a cup.
3. Divide the crown of the head into three sections. Back-comb the hair from inside.
4. Apply a little bit of hair cream on the surface using your hand then comb the hair softly. Be careful not to damage the backcombing.
5. Pull and twist the hair surface a little bit and place long u-pins.
6. To form the boucle, first, smooth out any fizz on the hair by applying hair cream. Pull the boucle by finger and fix it with u-pin.
7. You back-comb the front hair lightly yet if the client’s hair is thin, you can use the hair teasing powder.
8. Finally, apply hard hold hairspray.

Instructions:

Hello good day
In this video, you are going to learn a chignon style By Banoo Shafie beauty salon.

In the beginning, divide the crown part of the hair and the back, take a portion of hair from ear to ear at the back and pull it into a ponytail.

Split the ponytail into two parts.

Give the hair a full backcombing on both sides, open the backcombed hair and apply hard hold hairspray or hair glue.

Open the teased hair with your hands, forming a cup.

If the client has a low-density hair, do this using a silicon cup or a hair Protez.

Reapply the hard hold spray or hair glue.

Divide the crown of the head into three sections.

Back-comb the hair from inside, it’s absolutely essential to avoid outward backcombing.

We take the sections a bit thicker.

At this stage, we must necessarily avoid using hard hold hairspray or hair glue but rather apply a little bit of hair cream on the surface using your hand then comb the hair softly.

Be careful not to damage the backcombing.

Pull and twist the hair a little bit.

Before pinning, you can pull the parts you want to look like a string.

If you wish to give more string feeling, you can pull thinner parts of the hair.

Then between the pulled hairs, place a long u-pin.

In order to keep the undo elegant, apply the hard hold spray or hair glue afterwards.

To facilitate the procedure for the client, you can also curl the end of the hair using Babyliss.

I haven’t done this because it is a synthetic hair.

Smooth out any fizz on the hair by applying hair cream.

Again, before pinning, you can pull the parts you want to look like a string.

Then between the pulled hairs, place a long u-pin.

Tuck the end into the chignon.

Take the next section, comb the hair and apply hair cream.

Before pinning, you can pull the parts again.

Open it softly with your fingers.

Then, apply hard hold hairspray or hair glue.

Take the next section, comb the hair and lightly apply hair cream a little bit.

Before pinning, you can pull the parts again.

Take the next section of the hair, comb the hair and lightly apply hair cream a little bit.

Twist and pull the hair the same as the other side.

Then pin it with the bobby pin and keep going.

To design the fringe, you need to include the client’s idea, face shape and age.

However, here I have chosen the style myself and I hope you like it.

I take a section of hair from an inch away from the point between the eyebrows.

You back-comb the hair lightly yet if the client’s hair is thin, you can use the hair teasing powder to make it more voluminous.

I smooth out any excess hair or fizz by applying a light hold hairspray.

I do the same hair pulling as I did to the back of the hair.

Before pinning, do the hair pulling the same as the back of the hair.

You keep twisting the hair as much as the fringe length allows.

You should finish the twisting if the fringe is short.

Fix the hair strings with a spritz of hard hold hairspray or hair glue.

Comb the last part of the hair in the fringe.

Apply the hair cream softly and lightly.

Twist the hair again using both hands.

Comb the last remaining section softly using the comb tail and tuck it into the chignon.

To fix the style, apply hard hold hairspray or hair glue.

Then, pull out the u-pins and replaced them with bent u-pins so as to secure the chignon.

Keep in mind that bent u-pins must be placed diagonally and should be invisible.

Thanks for watching.

I hope it was useful.

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