Post # 1
I was in my friends wedding on Saturday and our hair was teased to do a “bump” It looked really good but after my hair was so hard to brush out. I love the bump look but I dont want to tease my hair that often if its this hard to brush it out after. To girls that tease their hair – any special way to do it so when you brush it out after it doesnt cause a ton of breakage?
Post # 3
Check out this tutorial on how to untease your hair: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ey5Mvgao9ec
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2008 - Winery in the Gold Country
Have you seen the “bump it”? It’s like a teasing “cheat” and doesnt look like you’d need to rats nest your hair to get the look:
Post # 5
I was just going to suggest Bump-Its! I have them and they really are great. I don’t like to tease my hair. OK…confession: I really don’t know HOW to tease my hair. But even so, try the Bump-Its. They’re like $10 at any drugstore or Bed, Bath, and Beyond.
Post # 6
I have heard of it, just havent reallly looked into it yet, now I will have to 🙂 I dont really know how to tease my hair either, I feel like when Ive tried in the past Ive just created a rats nest hehe
Post # 7
Definitely bump-its is the way to go.
Post # 8
I’ve heard that if you tease your hair, you should just wash it and use tons of conditioner before even trying to brush it out, but that’s when you use lots of product. I don’t tease my hair often, but I may need to check out the tutorial for ‘unteasing’ it for the next time!
Post # 9
When I think about it, that Watters models hair comes to my mind, pretty…
Post # 10
- Wedding: September 2009 - City Hall
I tease my hair… but it’s short, so a little conditioning shampoo takes it right out. Once it’s longer I bet it won’t be so easy…
Post # 11
This probably isn’t the correct way, but I usually just get in the shower and wash all of the hairspray out, then use conditioner and de-tangler spray and comb it out.