I love when my hair is curly! I have long, straight hair. Which don't get me wrong, I love my hair. But being able to mix it up is always fun! Here are the products and tools that I use to curl my hair!
On dry hair that I've parted in two sections, directly down the middle, I run a dime sized amount of the Redken Smooth Lock Heat Glide through each side. After, I comb through my hair with a wide tooth comb to help evenly distribute the serum.
The tool that I use depends on the time I have. Both leave me with voluminous curls, so you could choose either. I normally go for my Hot Tools 1" Curling Iron, instead of the Hot Tools Hairsetters, because I feel like I have more control. Because I'm overly picky about my hair, I clip up the side that I'm not focusing on. I section off a smaller piece of the hair, usually 1" to match the iron, and curl away from my face. I repeat until all of my hair has been curled, doing any touch-ups along the way.
Once all the curls are done, I set them with the mark. Locks In Place Buildable Hairspray. I love this hairspray because it doesn't leave my hair feeling crunchy, but it definitely locks my curls in place. After I've set my curls and let them cool for about 5 minutes, I run through them with my wide tooth comb for more volume and texture.
This picture was taken at a ballroom competition that I went to for work! There was a break and I was bored, so I started sending funny faces to B. It kept me entertained.
How do you curl your hair?
Do you like big, voluminous curls? Or soft, romantic ones?
Would you want to see a video tutorial on how I curl my hair?
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