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Hair Retouching

In this tutorial you will learn how to retouch stray hairs, fly-away hairs, cross hairs, how to fill spots with hair and and how to make them look clean and shiny. DomQuichotte will be using frequency separation, dodge & burn and the liquify filter for a perfect retouching.

Before you start watching, make sure to also check our Skin Retouching Tutorial, where we explain the way frequency separation works intensively.

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Difficulty
85%
Subtitles available in English, German, Polish, Italian, Portuguese, French and Spanish.



Comments (43)

  1. Randell

    One of the best tutorials on working with hair I\´ve seen. Thanks Dom – Funny and Brilliant as always.

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  2. Hendrik Nix

    Fantastische Arbeit – endlich mal ein wirklich nützliches Tutorial. Du bist das Tool – nicht umgekehrt! Top Notch Work!

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  3. Edvando Alves

    Parabéns pelos tutoriais, ja assisti alguns e são fantásticos e seu senso de humor não deixa que o vídeo torne-se cansativo. Showw demais!

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  4. Thiago

    Hey Dom, how did you create the new layer with the hair copy at 16:07? Did you use any command? It\´s not clear for me. Thanks for your attention.

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  5. CVPhotoart

    Hey Dom, your style of presenting/creating tutorials is just amazing. I really enjoyed each second of them. Many thanks for this. Greets from Germany :-)

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  6. Lili

    You\´re my savior ! I always wondering how pro could did it ! I\´m so happy I finally know :D Now it\´s time to practise :D

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  7. Margaret

    Great demo, thanks a lot! Just one question: why did you duplicate the hight frequency layer?

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  8. Paul Egas

    Defenitely this is the best hair retouching tutorial I have ever seen in my life, very nice, well explained, thumbs up

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  9. Jens Heitzmann

    Nice tutorial, really. But what I dislike is the outcome. Yes you can punch me in the face for it, I don\´t care. Just being honest.
    The Problem I have, is the puppet-fake look. It just doesn\´t look real in any way. No human being has such a perfect shaped hair. That makes it look extremly fake. Also short behind the ear, around 1cm behind, there is a very visible straight line, which looks weird.

    Not meant bad in any way. Just my thoughts about it. Sorry.

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  10. Sascha

    Thanks a lot for this tutorial. It\´s really helpfull to see the workflow of a pro\´s are retouching. I learned a lot. Thumbs up and please keep on this project. I love it.

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  11. Michelle

    That is amazing! Thank you so much for that tutorial, learned a lot that will save me time in the future

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