Video: How to Clip in Hair Tracks

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Hair tracks require the use of a teasing comb during the application process. Clip in hair tracks with help from a creative stylist in this free video clip.

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Dana Harden

Dana Harden

http://bentleysalontampa.com

Dana Harden is an incredibly creative stylist at the chic Bentley Salon in South Tampa. Harden specializes in chemical services, hair cutting and styling, and has experience running her own salon. She loves being part of the Bentley team, and she especially enjoys being heavily involved in their advanced education program for other stylists. Harden has trained with Redken, Paul Mitchell, Tigi, Profound Beauty, L'Oréal Professionnel, and Vidal Sassoon in extensive educational classes for creative cutting and coloring in the Tampa/Orlando area. She has also attended numerous product knowledge classes, such as the new Brazilian Blowout. Harden has competed and styled hair for fashion shows in the area and stays current on trends. She enjoys working with the client to create a suitable style, while teaching them how to achieve their look at home with styling techniques, in combination with the correct products.

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Hi, my name is Dana. I'm your hair expert. And, I'm here to show you how to clip in hair tracks. Items you need for this are, most important, hair tracks. Also, you will need a teasing comb. And then also, a clip. I'm going to use these hair clips. Obviously, they're not the same color as my hair, but for demonstration purposes, I'm going to use them. That way, you can see the difference between my hair and the fake hair. First, what you'll want to do, is you will want to take a section from the bottom of your hair, about an inch up from your hairline. And then, use your jaw clip, and clamp all the other hair out of the way. You'll tease that hair towards the root. That way, you get a nice cushion for the clips to go into. After you have it clipped, you'll move on to the next section, another inch up from the last. Clip the other hair out of the way, and then you'll tease that hair to get a nice cushion. Then, after that one, you'll repeat that for the last section. For the side, what you'll do is basically the same thing as the back. You'll take an inch section from your ear, clip the rest out of the way. You'll take your teasing comb, and you'll create a nice cushion right out of the base for your clips to go into. Then, you'll take your clip, and you'll stick that in close to your scalp. After that one, you'll do another section about an inch up, and that should be close to the round of your head. Clip the other hair out of your way. Take your section, tease it to create some cushion. Then, you'll take your last clip, and you'll place it into your hair. And, you'll let your hair down, and you repeat it for the other side. And, that is how you wear hair tracks. You can take your style from short and sassy to long and sexy. Now remember that the important item that you need is, of course, your hair tracks. Thank you, and my name is Dana.

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