Today I have another beautiful hair tutorial from The Notebook. This style is inspired by the romantic boat ride scene. My version is a little different in the back because my hair is layered in the back and not as long and thick as Rachel's. I use two hair rats in this tutorial. I'll have another tutorial on Tuesday for how to make several muti-sized hair rats for less than $5.
You will need:
a hair elastic
a hair brush
a curling iron or hot rollers
2 hair rats
Begin with hair parted to one side. Use the center of your brow as a guide for the part. Roll the first 2 inches of your hair (on the side with most hair). I rolled my hair into 3 sections. One rolled down, the next rolled down, the next rolled down. This forms a wave.
When the rollers are cool, remove them and clip them to the top of your head, out of the way
On the side with the most hair, section the hair from behind your ear, forward and hit it with a little hair spray.
If your hair doesn't like to cooperate with rolling, you can roll it with a thin hair rat. When you get to your scalp, pin securely in place.
Roll the other side as if you were rolling a victory roll. (See my victory roll tutorial). This side doesn't have to be as full and well shaped as a normal victory roll. In fact, if it turns out kind of flat, that's okay!
Next, sculpt the front of your hair into a wave. I used these long metal clips to hold it in place as I shaped the wave. Tuck the long ends of your hair into that side roll and pin in place. Give it all a good coat of hairspray.
Next, divide the back of your hair into 2 sections- a top and bottom. Pull the top back section of your hair into a low ponytail.