How to Sing Falsetto
There is a likelihood that you already contain a "super head voice" within you, a natural ability that knows how to sing falsetto. It may need practice in order to come out properly from the bottom of your diaphragm through your vocal chords, but it's likely there.
It is a fact that most women are born with the ability to sing falsetto and simply honing those skills can bring great rewards and a wonderful singing voice with good vocal range.
A "head voice" is essentially where the higher range of notes come from. It is more of a feeling than anything which can be ascribed to a physical thing, and that's exactly where the name comes from. When reaching for higher notes, there is a sensation of resonance moving from your chest, where your normal singing range will come from, up to the head.
These two separate sources are known as the "chest voice" and the "head voice". Knowing how to sing falsetto is often a case of being able to seamlessly blend these two voices together, allowing you to move through ranges to effortlessly hit those higher notes without any straining.
Practice will promote the ability to sing falsetto, as it will with any technique. The higher falsetto voice is one that is often admired but seen as being unobtainable to the layman. This isn't true, as with the right exercises and training almost anyone can sing falsetto.
The fundamentals of knowing how to sing properly will need to there in the first place, as things like your natural vocal range and proper breathing techniques will be the building blocks of your singing empire. Once the basics are in place, you can then move on to embellish and explore new ways to extend your singing skills. Being able to sing falsetto will simply be one of those rewarding and attractive additional new talents to hone.