Are you sure?

Comfirm Cancel


Or Login using BecomeGorgeous


Please fill the form below and follow the further instructions.

By registering, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions.
We will not sell, rent or give your email to anyone so don't worry about spam.

Password Recovery

You are about to receive a email from us please make sure to check your spam or junk folder and add our email [email protected] to your contact list.

Thank you!

Kelly Crookston



Hey Ladies!!! I almost forgot about this great site! I'm happy to be back :

04 Jan 1983



More saduisahduiash dsau

  • 750 Rank

  • 52 Points


kellabella asked:

22 Oct 2009

Teasing my hair?

So lately ive been wanting to try the "pouf" look with teasing my hair. Ive watched a million youtube videos on how to do this, im able to tease it and get the pouf, but for some reason i cant put the bobby pins in or when i do the pouf gets ruined or goes flat etc. Does anyone have any tricks???



ahroarah says:

Posted on 22 Oct 2009

are you backcombing just right? when you back comb, take a section in the front out, to put over the teased hair so it doesn't look ratted. back comb the rest of the hair approx 3-6 times from the back, and once from the front to lock it in. repeat with the other sections. if you are doing your fringe (im assuming so), pull the teased hair back and just slide the bobby pin to your hair.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 22 Oct 2009

i like to use a bristle barrel brush

it brushes out easy too when your done.. and it makes a tigher knot to me.

i hold up the section of hair and brush downward then twist my wrist toward the knot to give it an extra bit of umph as i brush down


barbipixi says:

Posted on 22 Oct 2009

also look inmy lists under 'hair' to see a fake way to get the buffont look


fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 22 Oct 2009

you may not need to use as much hair as suggested if yours is really thick, or tease it else or not at all, then just push it up and pin it. only tease the bottom portion if your hair then put a smooth part on top. the trick is to push it to where you want it it should stay pretty well.

Login To Answer