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  • Hi, guys.

  • My name's Chris Appleton and I'm gonna break down for you.

  • American versus British Beauty terms.

  • So this one was really confusing for me.

  • We're starting off with what Americans call this as a Bobby pin, and I call it a Kirby grips.

  • So British Kirby grip America and Bobby Pin on that took quite a lot off getting used to.

  • Now I used to use and less Bobby pins.

  • Probably.

  • I've probably put, like a least 100 or 200 in someone's head.

  • But as I grew and as they got better a hair, I realize you can actually only need a couple.

  • So sometimes I'll just do a whole hair up with one bobby pin.

  • It's almost like a challenge for me now to use less, the more so the second thing we're gonna talk about is this.

  • So when I first moved to America, I went into salad centric and I needed some what I called tongs and had a very confusing conversation with the guy that worked there for at least 15 minutes about me saying I needed tongues going into great description of Saint While they call the hair, they get hard and eventually we establish that these air called Caroline eyes.

  • So again, I've transferred to county nines.

  • Now, I don't call it tongues anymore.

  • No.

  • Sure.

  • Why?

  • We called it tongues in England, But just the way we roll.

  • Okay, guys, for the next one, I'm gonna bring ballot in.

  • So what, you see him right now you might describe as a high ponytail, but in the UK and definitely in my language, I call it the Snatch.

  • So I was once on stage doing some one time.

  • You know, I wanted to sort of show one of my life iconic.

  • Looks on.

  • I said So I'm gonna basically give the hair a really good snatch.

  • And the whole audience was hysterical of LAPD in which really actually put me off.

  • I didn't know Why do I left?

  • You know what I've done?

  • That was so funny.

  • But I later learned that you guys don't call it snatch.

  • You guys call it a ponytail and snatch means something else in America, which I can't repeat right now.

  • Okay, guys, the next one was a real confusing thing for me, and I still don't call it this.

  • So the U.

  • S term is buried on the UK term is hair slide or hair clip.

  • Now, I had a really confusing conversation with data about a bearer.

  • She said to me, Why don't we use a barrier?

  • And I was like, What's a barrier?

  • Like a hat?

  • Don't you look at Barry just like number Barrett.

  • So eventually we realized that it is a clip.

  • I'm I still call them hair clips.

  • This one is my favorite.

  • Okay.

  • See, you guys call this.

  • What do you guys call this?

  • What you call it a hair elastic.

  • But I call it a hair bubble.

  • So I was once really desperate for a habitable.

  • And it was a red carpet moment.

  • We had no a lot of time we had to go.

  • And I was trying to ask anyone for help, but because they needed to put hair up straight away, I was asking the assistant of the celebrities were coming for a hair bubble.

  • I knew she had them, but she was like, I don't have one.

  • Is that I need a hair.

  • But when she's like, I don't have I know you do.

  • Why you doing this to me?

  • So we're going to quite a conversation about hair bubbles.

  • Obviously, I then learned that you guys call him hair ties.

  • I gave guys next on the list.

  • We have the headband.

  • American term on English term UK.

  • Term is Alex Band.

  • I think this is called Alice Band, because it's from Alice in Wonderland.

  • I'm convinced that's where it comes from because Alice used to wear a headband, but I actually have changed and start calling ahead, man.

  • So gnome or Alice in Wonderland?

  • I tried to make it interesting.

  • Okay, guys, for the next one, I'm going to need an assistant.

  • Mel, come on in.

  • Okay.

  • So males color hair.

  • As you can see, you guys call this highlights.

  • But in the UK, we call this foils so super different highlights would be like a cap technique, like an old school cat where they pull it through Associate boils.

  • It feels safer for the next one.

  • Let's get ballot back in.

  • This is the perfect example of what you guys call picked owls.

  • But in the UK, we call them Bunches.

  • So have Bunches.

  • Just to have lunch is on.

  • If you guys put them in like a rap, and if you guys put them in like No, I think you guys call this space buns.

  • We call it buttons.

  • I'm gonna show you the perfect example of what you guys call abrade.

  • And in the UK, we call this a plan.

  • So hair, Platts, Platts, but never a break.

  • Okay, guys, for my next example, we will need a pair of these on Moloch is kindly offered to be my model.

  • So this is what we call in England.

  • A fringe.

  • And what you guys in the U.

  • S.

  • Co A bank?

  • So I think so.

  • Let's do this.

  • When I first moved Thio America, I used to always think, Why did they call it bangs like it sounds crazy like a bang.

  • A bang in England is a loud noise.

  • But in actual fact, I have to say that I do now call it a bang.

  • And the reason I call it a bank is gonna think it's hard like a bang.

  • It's like, boom, literally like this now, like boom!

  • Oh, you know what, though?

  • You're good because bangs are very hot right now.

  • You see, people just would not say that if you said I'm down for a bang in England that would just not go down.

  • Well, you know what I mean.

  • Okay.

  • Thank you for being my demo.

  • Thank you for coming.

  • My name's well, I did your friends, but French.

  • You ready?

  • Yeah.

  • The reveal.

  • Oh, it's incredible.

  • It's cute, right?

  • It's cute.

  • You know what?

  • Really?

  • I would say a fringe is the biggest way you can transform your locker without going on the hair off.

  • It's literally changed the shape of your face, the whole Bible.

  • But you know what's cute as well.

  • My favourite is like when you wear your hair up, you got like, a cute little gun.

  • Like it's like if you go bun into buying something.

  • I look so I have a new person from fringes to bangs.

  • I've had a lot of fun talking through these looks.

  • Thanks for watching.

  • Cheerio.

  • That basically means in the UK.

  • Good bye.

  • Good day.

Hi, guys.

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