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How to Hair Girl
Thanks for checking out How-To Hair Girl! I started this site with the mission to share some of the secrets that I have learned during the course of my life as a DIY hairstylist, and my career as a professional hair stylist. You can count on How-To Hair Girl to tell you the truth about hair, and dispel some of the myths that you may have been raised to believe about modern day styling and care.
HTHG is for DIY fashionistas, DIY moms, DIY brides, hairdressers, dudes, kids, teens, the elderly, the style challenged, the curious, the brave, those who are ‘Stuck in hair, stuck in life‘ and need some hair inspiration, those on a style budget, but not willing to give up their right to fabulous hair.
Within the categories of HTHG, you will find easy to follow instructions on easy DIY haircuts, DIY hair coloring techniques, DIY hair styling ideas, as well as random hair thoughts, general hair inspiration, DIY hair products, and everything No-poo related!
Along with the tons of free quality DIY hair content, HTHG now has a Shop that features complete tutorial videos of hair cuts and colors for men, women, and children as well as custom hair consultations to answer any hair questions you may have, and send you in the right direction towards the hair you desire.
HTHG reviews and testimonial
“I think my favorite part of howtohairgirl.com is the humor and cleverness that HTHG injects into each of her posts and videos. I am a 25 year old male but will read a tutorial for a woman’s retro hairstyle just to get a dose of HTHG’s wit and her unique way of seeing hair and seeing the world. Keep blogging and keep rocking, HTHG!”-Jack H.
” I found you while searching for cute DIY hairstyles for brides. I’m getting married in a couple of months and am having fun planning my wedding as DIY as possible. Your hairstyles totally inspired me. I’ve got my ‘Infinity braid’ hairstyle picked out for the big day, and all 6 of my bridesmaids will be wearing HTHG hairstyles, too! Thanks for the good hair!” -Samara D. Madison, WI
“‘The star pattern cut ‘video was easy to follow and the cut falls into a nice looking style without any fuss.” -Rya M, NW
“HTHG talked me into trying the no-poo method. It’s been 2 months and I’m NEVER going back”-Renata D. Ann Arbor, MI
“HTHG has changed the way I feel about my hair, and as anyone who has ever had a really good haircut knows, fabulous hair makes YOU feel fabulous. Thanks, HTHG, for giving me the confidence to take charge of my look!” -Brook Barajas, San Francisco, CA
“Our experiences with HowToHairGirl.com have been nothing short of amazing. Women tend to be timid and self-conscious when it comes to trying new things and styling their own hair. Roxie’s tutorials combat those feelings as they are creative, easy to follow and give women a sense of empowerment when it comes to their personal style. We are proud to be affiliated with the site and our readers love the tutorials!” -Kristin, Editor for Latest-Hairstyles.com
“HTHG hipster hangover is my current DIY haircut du jour. I give it to myself, and my across the hall neighbor. It is so cute on men and women!” Sarah H, Oakland, CA
“I have been aesthetically challenged my entire life. When it came to my hair, not only did I have no ideas, but I had no skills or confidence to execute them… until HTHG came along. The technical tips and ideas for cutting, styling, and coloring hair have liberated me, turning me into an enthusiastic hair experimentalist who gets frequent compliments on her ‘dos.”- Shea Lindsey, Seattle, WA
“I love How-to-Hair-Girl, and I love Roxie Hunt. As a historian of hair and hairstyles, I am impressed by her tremendous curiosity about her profession, her commitment to sharing what she learns with other people, and her sheer energy and enthusiasm. How-to-Hair-Girl is about the art of hair, the business of hair, the history of hair. Whether she is demonstrating a clever and pretty new technique or posting an article about the celebrated French coiffeur Antoine de Paris, Roxie Hunt is informative and fascinating. How-to-Hair girl makes compelling reading for young hairdressers, busy women looking for a quick hair fix, and anyone else with an interest in what happens on top of our heads.” -Steven Zdatny, Author and historian, Duke University.