How do you do flapper girls hair? – Fringed Flapper Dress

– the ladies at Soko Make Up have all the answers!

I’m no expert on flapper hair, it’s not my area of expertise, so bear with me. If you’re like me and a bit of a fussy one, you’re probably very excited to see how this tutorial has transformed me from an amateur blogger to a professional one!

(Of course, the blog post linked above is by yours truly because it shows how to achieve the same result using natural hair. Do keep in mind that the tutorial I gave the girls is a little more detailed, which is why you may not see everything the following tutorials do. Also, do check out my own tutorial for natural hairstyles here to make sure you’re getting the full picture of the process. And if you’re the kind of person who’s very skeptical, be my guest! I do my best to be honest and honest for my own knowledge – so if you spot anything I’ve failed to mention please let me know!)

How do you do flapper girls hair?

Step 1: Make your lashline a little wider

For my flapper look, I used a slightly more ‘bouncy’ lashline, but you could use a ‘lame’ lashline for this look, or use a medium length.
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If I want my lashline to fall in a slightly more symmetrical pattern, I use this trick…

Step 2: Apply eyeliner

If you want to see the results of my first tutorial you can click here for that tutorial. In short, apply eyeliner right across the center of the lashline, all the way to the outer part of the lashline. If you need more tips on how to do this look for yourself, be sure to watch my video tutorial here!

Step 3: Apply a bit of shadow

I added a slight amount of eyeliner on the outer part of my lashline, and I used lash shadow to make your eyelashes stand out a bit, and I used mascara to make your lashes look a little longer!

Step 4: Apply black mascara to your lashes

This looks similar to the eyeliner, but with a bit more black mascara, it looks a lot cooler. You could also go over it with a smoky shadow.

Step 5: Finish with lashes

Now, I’m going to show you how to create this look using mascara, and do not forget that you can also add a little eye

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