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Wizard of oz inspired Halloween styles continued

So we all love the wizard of oz, check. We have got Glinda and Dorothy covered, check. It is time to continue our lovely wizard of oz inspired Halloween looks. This epic tutorial that is perfect for trick or treaters of any age. #wearclphair



The cowardly lion

I do love the cowardly lion and it is hard not to fall in love with his fluffy tail. Lions are super popular during Halloween and are a perfect option for second-day hair. Start by adding a full set of extensions for a fuller mane and making sure your hair is thoroughly brushed. Make sure your hair has heat protecting serum on it then divide your hair into rows and create large curls (with your curling iron obviously).

Don’t run your fingers through your curls but spray them with hairspray so they don’t lose their body whilst they set. When they have cooled create a centre part. Hold the bottom of each curl loosely and, with a wide-toothed comb, comb your lock upwards to create large teased locks. When all of the hair is teased pinch, lift a section next to the parting at the top of your crown, so it looks like an ear. Twist the hair about three inches down, fan the top out and pin it in place. Repeat on the other side to create the other ear, then you are done


The wicked witch

Elphaba is one of my favourite characters in the Wizard of Oz, particularly after seeing the musical Wicked. This is a great look if you have deep brunette or black hair. I have seen this style with different styles of extensions. It works fine with all of them but I personally think it looks the best with either tape in hair extensions and micro ring extensions.

This is a straight hair look so if you have curly or wavy locks like me it I time to break out those straighteners. I think this style looks great with a bit of shine so adding either a little bit of coconut oil or hair serum is advisable. Brush your hair back and gather it in a low ponytail position. Use one side of your comb to pull out strands of hair. This is not just face-framing strands but it is meant to look a little messy.

If you are going for the beautiful version (not that she isn’t already) you may want to opt simply to take out some face-framing strands. Secure the rest of your hair into the low ponytail. Separate a third of your ponytail and wrap it around the base of your ponytail to hide the hair tie. Pin it in place then take another section of hair and wrap it around below the first section and pin this in place as well. Divide the remaining hair in the ponytail into rows and gently tease it through to give it that witchy quality.


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