Tutorial: How to Curl Your Hair
Curls look great on almost anyone. For some people, curly hair may seem difficult to get. Although you may think that a perm is the solution, it is important to remember that this hair treatment is permanent. There are two very easy methods of curling the hair which you can not only do at home, but that will also cause your hair to go back to its natural condition after you have washed it again.
Use a Curling Iron For Lasting Curls
Wash your hair, blow it dry and consider using a flat iron to straighten it and, ultimately, get rid of the frizz. Begin at the bottom layer of hair, wrapping hair in about two inch sections around the curling iron, starting at the bottom of each section and ending near the root of the hair. Hold the hair in place with the iron for a few minutes before gently releasing it. For smaller locks, use a thinner iron and for larger ones, use a thicker one.
Use Hot Rollers to Curl Hair
Wash your hair and blow it dry. Allow the rollers to heat up; if they are not hot enough, realize that they will not have much of an effect on your hair. Divide the hair into about two inch sections, beginning with the bottom layer. Begin at the end of each section of hair, rolling the hot roller all the way to the scalp and then secure it with a bobby pin. Leave the hot rollers in for about 20 minutes.
No matter which of these two curling-methods you try out, it is important to make sure that you use a hairstyling product for curly locks to remain throughout the entire day.
|Posted by Mickie||6-July-2009|
Can you really curl your hair with the Sedu flat iron? I have fine collar length hair. Do you think this would be a good product for my hair? Which width is best for curling fine hair? Thanks! Mickie
|Posted by Sandy||13-Jan-2008|
|i want to know how do you curl your hair when its really straight or what kind of curling iron do you use to get perfect curls?|