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264 COMMENTS

MANY THANKS GOOD DAY

khalid

    Hi Emma!
    My question is wether you say ‘ironing’ to straighten one’s hair?!using an electronic machine…thanks

    kaesz

This has been one of my favorite lessons. I’m amazingly thankful :)

Tania

    its good lesson, is`nt it?

    ilmirayasin

Emma, you look lovely with a pony tail :-)

marcinowski

Dear Emma,
Thanks for amazing lesson )
I would like to ask about word – BANGS.
I haven’t found it in my dictionary. As I got you – you meant FRINGE, didn’t you?
So which of 2 words is more common?
I knew word “fringe” and I’ve never heard about “bangs” before…

Thanks in advance for feedback,

kenzoll

      WELL IT’S ONLY A KINDA WEBSITE WHERE YOU CAN GET MEANING FOR ENGLISH WORDS AND THEIR USAGES.

      suraj [INDIA]

        Thank you very much! ;)

        kenzoll

    Hi Kenzoll , in my opinion “fringe” is more common in GB and “bangs” in North America

    kroy

      Thanks, probably )) I’ll ask my friend from USA.

      kenzoll

        I think you’re right Kroy. In Canada, “bangs” is more common than “fringe”, but “fringe” means the same thing.

        Emma

You used the word “inch” instead of “centimetre”, but I thought that in Canada you guys used the international metric system, don’t you??

Tiago

    You’re right Tiago. In Canada, we do most things in metric, but people often use inches when they go to the hairdressers.

    Also, we often use feet in Canada when we’re talking about height and pounds for weight.

    Emma

wow it was very interesting

mostafa1991

I’d like to get my hair banged and straight.

Is this correct?

Nice lesson Emma, thank you *

sofiaa1993

    yes you are right Sofia!k_dzhusupov@mail.ru send me a message and lets practice our english skills

    kanat

    “Bangs” is a noun. You can say “I’d like to have bangs, and I’d like to get my hair straightened.”

    Emma

      Okay! thank you very much.

      sofiaa1993

thank you Emma!very useful :)

sergio12

Hi Emma,

Thank you for the comprehensive lesson about my job daily words. I use Engvid.com lessons on a daily basis. I’d like to recommend a haircut for you too :). If you are going to cut your hair, since you have a round face a pixie haircut (short in the back) with longer side-swept bangs will look great on you. I actually liked to upload some pics for getting the idea.but If you had any question you can contact me. anyway, thank you for the lesson and hope to see you in your new haircut!

Hossein

    Thanks Hossein for the tip! I prefer having shorter hair and plan to cut my hair soon!

    Emma

      I am happy that you are using my tip. Can’t wait to see your new haircut. :)

      Hossein

      WOW!,Emma,How kind you are!!!!!!!
      you respect to others opinion,
      personally I would say your, hair is heavenly and you do not need to cut it,and you look very beautiful.I LIKE YOU. take care,

      Hamid Reza

Yeah, you look fabulous with a pony tail, don’t shorten it though; this is quite moderate, any shorter and you’ll look like my grandma :)

qijot

Emma,
This is very useful and interesting video.

rok888

when to use have+ had and had + had(both)?

moubanerjee

you do a great work thnx very much everbody

SALMANE PEACE MAN

Wonderful lesson, thank you very much!

Cinzia

Hi Emma,
thanks a lot for this lesson!
I already feel like going to the hairdresser’s:)
Couple of questions, though.
First of all, you said sth about bangs and I’m not sure if I should use are or is. My bangs is or are too long. I’m pretty certain you said are, but I’m just making sure.

Secondly, can I say I want to wear A bun?

Also, how can I say a sentence with volume? I’d like to have a volume hair as in opposite to flat?

And the last thing, you said sth and this one I didn’t catch at all :( that you want your ends off/of?

Can you please help me?
Thanks a million!

Cornellie

    Hi Comellie,

    “Bangs” are plural, so use “are”, for example, “My bangs are too short.”

    You can definitely say “I want to wear a bun”.

    For “volume”, your sentence is correct. Here are some more examples:

    I want my hair to have more volume.
    Hair with volume is better than flat hair.
    How can I add volume to my hair?

    For your last question, we often say “I want a little off the ends.” This means we want the hairdresser to cut a little bit of hair off from the bottom.

    Emma

      Cheers Emma!:)

      Cornellie

Another great lesson, well structured and with a teacher with a knack for teaching.
Definitely ponytail. The teacher stays glamorous.
Can Emma do a lesson about the terms of construction works(rebars, concrete, tunneling, etc)?

Sérgio

Thank you Emma , very useful lesson . I got 10 correct out of 10 .

libyano

i have dandruff, so what shampoo should i use?
Give me advice, please?

silver

Great lesson,Emma!I had the opportunity to learn some useful vocabulary about hair.

maicon55

Thanks Emma, very clear your explanation.

learner

Thanks Emma.you taught this lesson in a very impressive way, in simple language,adding new words to our vocabulary.braids and buns are common hairstyles but i did not n
know the names.peally helpful
thanks

sushma

Hi. Emma this is very useful for all students especially for girls thanks

aduinterpreter

Thanks for this lesson really is excellent.

raul7389

wow good lesson
babibabooba emma

decembre25

I has been quite interesting lesson mam. It would have been much better if we had some picture clips of various hairstyles while explaining them. I suppose, It would make our understanding much better. I was more related with ladies hair styles. I hope we have some more hairstyles with gens as well.. Overall, I Love this lesson. Thanks
I have some special request to engvid. I request for special class on various body languages like wiping ones forehead, winking ones eyes etc. I know only few of them. Its gonna be very beneficial to us.

engvivid85

thanks mam for this lesson,can you teach when we use have+had and had +had means both together in a sentence?

moubanerjee

It is funny.
Even if I had 90 scores to the quiz, I can,t know vocabularies about hair dressing well. Because I am a man and old.
Thank you for your good teaching.

seungsok

it seems fantastic,unfortunately i cant download its video.would u tell me how can i?

galawizh

    Hi galawizh,
    It is not downloadable.
    Gooodluck!

    fatiima8

Thank you. It’s very usefull for me :)

Artiom

thanks for good teaching.
which one is the phrase correct?:
“i’d like to have my hair permed curly” or
“i’d like to have my hair curled”

zainul311

Hi Emma!
I have a question. Im 29 old. I have no any education and Im beginner. So is it possible for me to become as translator(interpreter) without studying at university? what chances? what I must do to reach my target?

kanat

I’m trying to learn englishe, I like to have more lessons. thank you

yasra

Thaks for the lesson, Emma! You look great with your neither too long nor too short hair cut:)

svena

thank you for all lessons.

suraj

why my comments have been deleted it’s not good.
i’m very unhappy.

suraj

    Chances are, I just haven’t approved them yet :)

    I rarely delete comments, unless someone 1) posts the same comment several times, 2) leaves a one-word comment, or 3) talks about how beautiful the teacher is and how they would like to marry them.

    engVid Moderator

Dear Emma!
Thank you so much!
One day I’ll move to America; one day I will want to have my hair cut. I will remember you lesson!

yankhonskiy

Dear Emma,

Thank you very much for your lesson.

alexaldericjero

What about a haircut ,a fringe or highlighed hair?

Elena

i’d like to tell u Emma… the way u teach was perfect im very thank full to u n the web maker who doing sport ALL THAT GOD BLESS U ALL.

mikebutt36

Thanks Emma
It would have been better if had Shown some pictures.
thanks again

brala

thanks alot I like it

Dolly

dear emma. thanks for your teaching. In the past i just say get a cut for when i went to bardershop. Now i can say more and let hairdresser give me more cool style.

quentin

hm nice one,thanks

rabbani

emma i want to know how can i ask for a cut in the barbershop, cause you didn’t explain that. thanks

sebastian

many thanks to you .. it was very helpful

Abrar

Thanks, Emma, this lesson is very useful. I have a doubt about when should use “it” or “that” as the subject of a sentence. For example, what’s the difference between “it’s cool” and “that’s cool” or “don’t do it” and “don’t do that”?

I’m lookin forward your reply.

deangela42

Great lesson dear teacher…..very helpful…thanks so much!!

Jesse María

thanks emma i will tell my gf to cut her hair done immediatly lol
:D

oguz

tnx. so useful and amazing. tnx for it.

marjan

Thank you very much, It helped me a lot!

sabrinalacerda

Emma, thank you so much, that is so useful. Your way in teaching is very nice :)

Ana

I adoro their classes Emma! Congratulations and you have always a superb day!

carrlos

Thank Emma! This lesson is very benificial. I have not known these words until now. I think it is essential for us in the daily life ^^

glo0my2512

We usually use Foil don’t use Streaked….but this good movie

eu chen

Thank you ,it contain a lot of information and new vocabularies,Fully

Farah

I need to review.I liked your lesson It was perfect and very useful .Thanks again

Farah

realy i like it and i passed the quiz 1oo per

shaly

You hair look lovely Emma! I like you to make lesson for other kind of hair which we need when we go to spa.

Fan

thank you Emma. it was useful.
and i wish you had some real pictures for your lesson too.

by the way Emma, you look really beautiful and different with a ponytail.

Dado

    Hi there :)

    fatiima8

      Hi dear Fatiima, welcome back…:D

      Dado

Dear Emma,
I have been watching your lessons from a pretty long time.Also,I am in 12th standard and i am having problem in note making,could you please,give a lesson on note making?I shall be greatful to you if you do so.

sandeep

Hi dear Emma,
I don’t know to describe the question of math,
For example: multiplication (*), division (/), subtraction (-) ,addition(+)
Please make video to solve our problem.
Thanks you so for kindly help
Sher M Akbar from Afghanistan Kabul
Again Dear Emma,
Please we need your help about the quition i tking its usefull for must of your students
Thanks again I am waiting for your kindly respose.

sher M Akbar

THANKS EMMA,IHAVE LEARNT ALOT FROM YOU.YOU ARE AGOOD TEACHER.

nashat anwar

many many thans, i have learned a lot in this section.

chander

Besides beeing a good teatcher, You’re a very good hairdresser Emma :)

Thanks alot

Ahmed

In my opinion, I suggest you to change the style of your hair to a ponytail. I have to admit it, you look so gorgeous on that style :)
BTW, I suggest that for Ronnie before to make a lesson for “airport & airplane” in her lesson “Vocabulary – Renting an Apartment”, but NO Response :S
for that I will be very grateful if you make a lesson for “Going to the Airport & airplane”
– The vocabularies and expressions that we need to use in those areas such like “check-in desk, duty free, boarding card, departure board, carousel, etc.” “the kind of questions that we might face” Moreover the traveling word that we need to know whether you’re traveling by plane, bus, train, yacht, metro,etc. ;)
Thanks Emma

hanikorshab

Hi Emma
I want let you know as well all the guys that I love poney tailed girls

Neusa

100

yasir100

very good lesson thanks alot I would like to download this lesson but I unable how can I do ? pls advice

soe

..very nice and useful lesson…but,in case Mary can’t have any hair, she could buy a wig :)…thanks Emma…

Amaro

Very good! I’v got a perfect score. Thank you!

chiang5230

perfect video. Congratulations

Francisco Sousa

Mary seemed to enjoy it :)

swierszczowa1

YooHoo, got all correct! All set to get set for english

Siddhi

Hey Emma,
one more time a great lesson, but it is too long (23 m) I would divide those videos into two separate parts next time. In this way you could have more dynamic lesson and focus on a narrow topic =) thanks for the awesome lesson

torbix

    You’re right! This lesson was a little long, and I got a bit carried away. Two shorter segments would’ve been a better idea!

    Emma

thanks Emma

ismaiel

Very useful lesson

Ekaterina

hello, Emma.
the video was so great.
the pictures you drew on the whiteboard help me to understand easier :)

hirre

No, ather videos are too short

katrinka411

woah ~ 10/10 ^^ thank you very much,Emma

withloveexo

Thank you very much. I got new words and ready for hair salom lol
Really, thanks

deros

Thank you very much…excellent helpful lesson

argenis

It was very good and useful for me because I am improving my listening.

Maria do Rozário

I would like 2 see ur hair 2 inches off, that would be great n’ thank u 4 this long lesson. just u need a trim lol. so long Emma.

Efrain Dominguez

    Hahaha, thank you for the advice. I read in an article that people should trim their hair every three months to help it grow better. I need a trim!

    Emma

6/10 :(

SaiQa

hi Emma. You are an hair expert.

rricon

Have all weekend good and funny ;)

Leszek

It’s a friend of my who suggest me the site a day i looked a view i saw engvid.com, that sound great, thank you Emma i louve your course, i’m a Haitian i live petion-ville. take care!

Emmanuel

Hi, it’s so helpful.

chande

thanks

abdalrhman

thank you Emma for this lesson

pavankumar

thank you for intereting lesson my theacher,,,I started to learn english ,I like you all lesson

abdurofe

i’m wilguy i follow you in Haiti, i would like to congratulate you on discriminating between barber and hairdresser,and additionally would you mind differentiating hairdo for haircut?

dorsainvil

Dear Emma, your hair is perfect. You don’t need to change anything. Thank you so much for this lesson!

Janilza

Thanks a lot Emma. Very well done.

shivam18

Hi I WANT TO KNOW HOW I CAN TEACH GRAMMARS TO BEGINNER STUDENTS IN A SIMPLE WAY.

Zeinab Pahlavan

Emma is great. If there is anyone who wants improve his english through skype conversation then mail me because I want it too.shiplu.f@gmail.com

mahmudku07

Hi Emma,I am from Brazil,but I live in Boston for almost 14 years…I usually study English online,and today for the first time,I watched your class,and I really loved it!I just want say something about to learn English,it is watching TV with the captions on…this worked a lot to me!I think when you LISTEN the word and SEE it at the same time,you are able to write also.I am going back to my country,but from now,I will be watching your class everyday .You are very good teacher!
Thank you!!!!

Marisa Quinn

Wow, Emma looks so good with ponytail!

Masayuki

Thank you,Emma! I got 10/10.

chanchal17

Emma , You will look good in pigtails.

nutchakanda

Thank you for this wonderful lesson !! Your haircut is usually nice ! We’re looking forward to next videos !

bilel

Dear Emma!
This lesson is amazing and very useful.

Someone said it was too long; I think it’s informative. I’ve watched it two times, and learned vocabulary.

I’d like there to be some more lessons like this one and like Rebecca’s lessons about shopping or renting an apartment. I’d like these lessons to cover different life aspects like waiting in a queue (what should I say when I want to occupy a place in a queue? Or someone asks me who is the last in the queue), going to bank, or other services. Of course, you may have other plans; implement them first!

Best Regards
Yan

yankhonskiy

Hi Emma,
I really enjoyed this video. You are one of my best Teacher. I really like your teaching style.
Here I request you to make one video on ” Elder vs Older”, I want to know the difference between these two and use.
Thank You
Best regards,
Riaz Noor Afridi

Riaz Noor

Hi Emma,
First of all I want to say you big thanks for this lesson! :)
I have few question:
1)How can ask hairdresser to dry my hair to get volume hairstyle?
2) Is it correct to say ?: “I would like to have a part on left side of my face”.
Thank you in advance

sgimbitskaya

thank you very much your lesson very usefulCan you Taidon write the contents of the lesson
In the text of a PDF
So I can review the lesson and how to write the words spoken
Thank you

debaghi

thank you so mutch u are the best

hana

thank you Emma very much
you have a nice smile

salim46

thank you Emma i am newcomer and i am here for one month and i want to go barbershop and it was hard what should i say ? i decide to fallow your class and try to be better

mahdi

Hi, enjoy your video’s you do not say okay when you are giving a lesson. That makes the lesson enjoyable because it shows you are confident in what you are teaching.

Thanks,

David

dfnighthawk

Thanks Emma for the useful lessons I`d like to ask you what is the best way to learn a new vocabulary by heart. In fact i`ve been studying english for 2 years at the British Council in Jordan and still have a problem of learning vocabs i`m doing the best i`m working hard but when I tried to revise the vocabs that I have I feel bored so what do you recommend please help me as much as possible I need your help.

Mohammad

if you have a facebook add me.

Naweed

it was a fantastic lesson thanks so much.

elyas1818

THANK YOU SO MUCH!

JOHN

thank you

manardz

Hi Emma, thanks for the lesson. It is very useful. but I still don’t understand what’s the difference between get trim and ends, it looks like the same thing, doesn’t it? One more thing, sometimes when my hair is dandruff (how can you say: is dandruff or has dandruff?), Head and Shoulder shampo is excellent but then it makes my hair dry. :( . THANKS AGAIN.

Diana

Great lesson, Emma. First time I got in touch with “hairdresser vocab”. Anyway, I think the length of the video is not a problem at all since you’re charismatic. Truth is I didn’t even noticed the time. Take care.

lucasleitao

thanks for the lesson dear emma. but i have a question. first of all, i often practice about listening. And i bealive that i improve my listening skills. however,there is a problem about speaking. there is no one that i can speak to english and practice. So, my writing and listening skills are not bad. but speaking is slowly. finally, how can i solve this problem? :(

sheyma

    hello sheyma; me too have the same probleme to improve my spocken english.may be our firend emme have a solution or an idea .

    coquitto79

    me too

    captain3

thank you

shoroq hesham

salam. your lessons realy help me thanks.

kabira

Great! I enjoyed it.Infact, you’re wonderful Ema.

Wilson4062

thank you

omehda

thanks for your lesson

legendary

Emma could you please do a new lesson with more details about active voice and passive voice ?

Mohammed Al-Ali

Dear Emma,
This is very useful and interesting your lesson.

tigerkim

nice lesson .thank u emma

krmanj

This lesson is useful.I learned many new words.By the way,is there someone knows anything about OOPT .

julie11

I think 1 inch trimmed

Nexi

Why don’t i see subtitle in English on this video anymore?

tuannm

    Try clicking the “CC” button at the bottom of the video? That turns the subtitles off and on.

    engVid Moderator

      yeah, Thank you so much. I got it

      tuannm

Thank you so much.

youssef1986

hi emma

i would like to learn english for my work
how can you help me?

khaled

Thanks a million, Emma! Can you please do a second part for us guys?! I really have no idea how I can ask the barber for a certain hair cut or some other specific details like sideburns for example. Actually, you can introduce some other good vocabulary as well, like beard, stubble…etc. one more thing, is there a name for the line of hair that links the back of the neck with the rest of your hair? Thanks again!

osama91

first of all : great vid! i really like the cut of ur jib! u have a good way to teach.

but imo this vid was a little bit too long. im a youtuber, i usually watch vids not longer than a few minutes so its hard for me to concentrate all the time xd
and could it be that a barber does the whole things men need ? like shave my face.

kind regards from Berlin

btw… i got 10/10, i hope im in ur books now xd

Felix

hi Emma !

This lesson is very fun. So ıt was marvellous. but
If you ask me this lesson for the girls. :((

enginn

tanku so mach EMMA

jenous

hello Emma,
Thank you so much.I learn from you a lot. i have a question, “which word suitable for conversation (shaved hair/bold headed)?”

tprabhajiny

hello how are you emma

muhammad

Emma, I love you & a way you teaching

from_poland

many thanks

sammiga

Thank you.

rios

the ponytail fit you Emma :)

aneer

100% and now I’d like my hair streaked :)

doris147

Emma your voice have most sensation….

pouya

Hi Emma, I really liked you. It’d be great if you do a live twittcam someday.

tutoler

i want my hair the part on the left side, in the middle. he has bold headed. without the part. i want to comb my hair backward . i need grease for hair.

aprendo1

very useful .. thanks a lot Emma :)

olaa

thank you emma for this lesson, however , i think that you are a very good english teacher , but also a great drawer.lol

coquitto79

Awesome lesson to solve all problems in salon. Thanks a lot!!

dejyunhou

I don t have much hair, but I liked this lesson. Thank you very much indeed…

jackbauer27

Thank you Emma……

stellakarthik

Tank u very much.

baskar1977

Emma thanks so so helpful!!

dian7

I want to know that how can I say this word “Volume”
I not sure that it say “Voo-lume” or “Voo-yume”
I heard you said “Voo-yume” is that right?

tharnpat

I don’t dare to say a word because I`m just learning, but I really like engVid .
Thank you guys , you really do it good

ubaldodaniela

thanks dear Emma it was absolutely new for me with a new vocabulary as well and useful off course thanks again .
leem

preemy

This is very useful. Thank you Emma.
I should have taken this lecture before I went to Australia XD

tan90v

Thank u so much.i will go out to do my hair

dine02

Thank u , 90% :)

hugoboss163

hi emma
i live in IRAN .i’m going to europe for continue eduction.
but

i dont understand english.i’m very english poor.
can i do it ????
i like learning english.but i speak very slow.
can youy heip me???…i want to go Danmark.there take continue eduction.
realy i’m studing IT.i’m about 23.

help me.
i love you bye

jack1990

Thank you Emma, that was amazing, I’m a men so I never heard than vocabulary before. Thanks a lot, and you have a really cute hair too.

khmauri

Thank u very much it was fantastic

ines241

thanks Emma ^^

hanaa85

thank you so much

L.Mr

thanks emma and you will be awesome with pouytail

ibrahim23

thank you for useful information.

gpio8080

Thanks a lot Emma. I really like your long curly hair.

huenhanp102

Very good Emma.
I can teach some person here.
Thank you.

cientistanet

Thank you so much my teacher!I learn new vocabulary because of you.

captain3

thanks so much !Emma

jimmy9x

Thank you Emma. Your picture is so good !!

SanaF

Thank you Emma, it’s so good and useful. Can you please give some haircut vocabularies for male? i really confused how to describe it to barber.

Frank WU

This is a great lesson, but I can’t find vocabulary related with the items we usually put on our hair, must of all young girls; and I miss them in your explanation.
Could you please tell somewhere to find it and how we could use it?
Thank you

BEICA

Hi from Russia to you,Emma!
You’re the best teacher and beautiful girl,too! :)

ElenaStupakova

Thank you very much

bummia

Hi EMMA
thank U very much
tomorrow I’m going to barber shop, and I want normal cut hair. means just cut my hair and keep it on same style,
could I say
I’d like to get my hair trim…

bazena

thank you for your explnitoin. i don’t have any hiar.i’m bald.lovely teacher.tttttttttttttthhhhhhhhhhhhhhaaaaaaaaannnnnnnkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk’ssssssssssssssssss

cool108

Thanks I got 70%

Abdul Qayum

Thank you! i just realize what is a perm in my own language haha, women stuff :P

Erick10

Nice lesson. This lesson have been increased my knowledge when i talked to ladies.

water meter check please

haha,thank u emma,this was undoubtedly a great lesson,you know what? I have frizzy hair since I was born XD so I’ve always coped with that,that’s why everytime I go to the barber I don’t go for a trim,I get crew cut and it really fits me XD,now I would like to see you in a lesson having pigtail hairstyle,It would be awesome and funny at the same time and yehaa pigtail is most for kids but do it please XD.
Another anecdote I have as a child was when I got my hair streaked them my mom hit me with the broom for doing that XD.She thought I was gay XD.
Seriously a ponytail fits you,thank u and greetings from peru,the country of the best food ever.

alianzalima

great lesson especially for girls who like hairdresser salon more than their homes

sunnyflower

thank you very much, emma

thuydung289

Hi,Emma,the subject that you teach is very useful.
I like it very much.
Thank you.
Cheers.

mickey

And you got a nice hairstyle.

mickey

Thanks Emma

marwa97

Very usefull lesson specail for the ladies the love these kind of lessons, hahah Thans Emma :)!

marwa97

Aced it.! Thanks Emma.

tinker

Hi Emma Mam, I am masum, new student, I try to learn English by you. your teaching very well and clear way.

kasmasum

Hi Emma,
Thanks, it is really useful lesson. Tour teaching is excellent.

pb.samira

Thank you!

Iamhere.

very useful lesson. I have learned a lot

Sallon yu

This is the best lesson with me.Thanks!

SherryA

I have dandruff, I would like to get my hair dyed black ;)That’s wonderful lesson. Thanks a lot Emma ;)

conquerfatih

I DONT KNOW SOME WORDS SO SOME ANSWR IS

IDONT KNOW SOME WORDS SO SOME OF ANSWERS IS,NT RIGHT TANK YOU

mrmoghanloo

Emma!Emma, I like you very much,and your videos are very attractive to me.

weiwei0803

I can not watch the video, please someone help me.

jalilkarimi

very good-structured information with nice explanation.thanks a lot.

Nikita Chizhik

Emma, this video is amazing. I’d like to know if you can give me the video with the subscript instead of to be whatching a 100 times using my bad internet connection? lol.My wife is a herdresser, and this is really usefull for her. She is going to cut hair in miami in a few days.

robsonsgbl

    Herdresser* Hairdresser instead. Sorry

    robsonsgbl

thanks emma .

ehabelwattar

A cool and different video! my mom is a hairdresser and I can teach her all these things! thanks Emma!

GasparLarissa

Thank you very much! ;)

Brkb

Hi Ema thanks for the class, I have a doubt, I am not sure about the meaning of ends. is It a kind of decoration or ornament for the hair?
Thanks a lot!

betcheva23

Hi,Emma.Thanks for your lesson and I want to ask a question. I have a short haircut style. Last time when I got my hair cut, it was cut to too chopped. I don’t know how to explain it to the hairdresser. Do you understand what I mean?

ZoeNorth

    Not Emma, but jumping in anyway—do you mean it was too short? Or did they add texture by cutting different lengths when you wanted it all the same length?

    If you’re in doubt about the best way to explain what you want, it’s a good idea to find a photo of someone with the haircut you want, and show that to the hairdresser.

    engVid Moderator

thanks emma .

upendar

Thanks for the great lesson, but this video is too long ;(

Aloni

I think you look so beautiful in each hair style.Although I guess it must be fun seeing you with dark streaked,curled hair.

saeed manzari3

hopefully a man has not so many problems with hairy styles :D

manolete919

100 like always. :) Dear Emma i think ponytail would be a good hair style for you. i highly recommend it to you. you will be more beautiful. try it once. and thanks for the lesson.

Mohsen Barati

I have a question: what different between start and began ,’the class began or the class start?

phamquynhanh

Wonderful lesson! Thank you.

Abhi

it was useful to understand that “A ponytail is a hairstyle in which the hair is tied up at the back of the head. Pigtails are two ponytails that are on the sides of the head.” what a shame for me…I am bald no shaved, I have alopecia..¡¡

Vicco

Hi, Emma. What if I would like to have a U Shape hair, should I tell them to trim it into U shape? But I also want to trim it shorter. So should i say to trim a few inches off then cut it into U shaped?

Meiping16

Thanks you so much

Marta Lopez

Thanks Emma. I got 8/10.

renatarangel

Thank you Emma. I loved your lessons because you are very understandable. In my opinion you should use two braids with the same beautiful colour of your hair. It would be amazing.

ADRIANO FRIEND

i got 100 haha…i think i ‘d like to get a cut now.

jonda

Very nice, nice teacher!

Nirbhai

Thank you so much! Very useful lesson!

Kasy

Thanks, Emma. Good lesson. This is very useful for women.I got 100

nickandr

I got 8/10! Thanks for the lesson!

robi75

Its very nice lesson thanks a lot Emma

abdelrahman123

thanks

sodojsa

Thank you Emma :)

Cindy Venisia

thanks!

shihai182

Dear Emma
Most of your vocabularies have to do with women.Would you please let us know more about men haircut and styles. Thanks for your help.

jamal.beheshti

Thank you Emma. Yours lessons are very good for my learning. I have a question. If I want to redo my coloration, what is the best formule for to use?

Sakurado

Thanks Emma… you are the best teacher with nice method. Really i enjoy with your Videos…😊 and i am passionate about your engvid…👍👍
Thank you so much…

tinadeni

I’m into this lesson. Thank you Emma.

dreamk7x

I’m into this lesson. Thank you Emma.

Abrar Ahmed Dadan

Thanks Emma!

magnomsjmsj

Thank you Emma!I enjoyed this lesson!

Horacio Miranda

Thank you Emma for all your lessons, by the way you look so pretty with your hair-style, no bangs, no ponytails and no braids, have a nice day.

Krizz53

Could you please make a follow-up video on “using different verbs” that can be used for describing hairstyle?I think it would be so helpful for learners.

smrtesl

10/10! Summer is coming! I want shave my hair, it will make me cool.

Jerry Gu
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