Geisha are the traditional females in Japan who entertain as hostesses using their skills like performing various Japanese arts included conversation, classical music, games and dance specifically to entertain male customers. They usually have different traditional dressing with a unique hairstyle called “Geisha Hair”. If you are looking to have a hairstyle like this, the given Geisha Hair Tutorial is going to help you to get a Japanese traditional female look.
Things you need
- Hair Gel
- Hair Sponge
- Bobby Pins
Brush, gel and spray are basic equipment to style your hair, sponge, elastics and bobby pins are to grab the desired shape, and we use flowers and chopsticks for traditional Japanese geisha hairstyle.
Easy Step to make a geisha hairstyle
First of all we need four sections: top, back, left and right sides.
Step 1. Start with sectioning hairs on top, tie the upper section with a hairclip
Step 2. Create another section at the back side of head; leave some hair on the ears for left and right side sections
Step 3. Tie the back section using elastic, it is temporary
Step 4. Come to the side part and spray the hair in order to give it a smooth look
Step 5. Do back combing process and add hair gel to add a shiny look to the hair
Step 6. Take your finger inside the hair and create a loop at the side of hair
Step 7. Use at least two bobby pins to secure the loop
Step 8. Do the same process on another side of head
Step 9. Untie the top section down and split it into two parts
Step 10. Do again back combing process on lower part of top section
Step 11. Do the same process on upper part of top section, use hair spray then back combing
Step 12. Add some hair gel for nice look; put the sponge to increase the volume of top section
Step 13. Smooth the hair with hairbrush, tie them using elastic then secure the section with bobby pins
Step 14. Take the remaining side hair, create a loop on finger and put it into the big loop you create at first, use bobby pins to secure the loop and do the same process on other side with remaining hair
Step 15. Create a loop with whole with the upper remaining section of hair and secure the loop using bobby pins as many as you can then use hair spray to give the shape a smooth look
Step 16. Use bun equipment on the bottom section and give it a bun shape then secure with using bobby pins
Step 17. Accessories the hair using flowers and chopsticks
Step 18. The results
Source: Mini Mel
The bottom line
The above-shared geisha hair tutorial is one of the easiest ways to grab geisha hairstyle. However, there are several other ways to get a look like geisha females. If you are a beginner, go with the above shared tutorial once do some practices and go with the other ways of the same style.