#1. START WITH DAY-OLD HAIR
Your hair’s natural oils give your hair texture and make your strands more moldable. So if you plan on curling your hair, don’t wash it for a day or two.
#2. PROTECT YOUR LOCKS
Before you bust out the curling iron, make sure to apply a heat protector to your hair so you don’t damage it.spray your hair with hairspray before you curl, let it sit for a second to dry (so it doesn’t sizzle), and then curl it.
#3. USE THE RIGHT TOOLS.
Having the right tools makes all the difference. To begin, make sure you’ve selected an iron with the right size barrel. For hair that doesn’t hold a curl well, I recommend a ?-inch barrel. The curls will be tight without looking ringlet-y, and will loosen as the day goes on. If your hair holds a curl better than mine does, choose a 1-inch iron for instant beachy waves. Also, if your hair always falls flat, consider investing in a professional grade curling iron.
#4. TRY THE POST -IRON PIN.
Once you release your hair from the iron, simply pin the curl to your head until it sets. Once your entire head is pinned, mist it with hairspray. Then, carefully unpin your curls and comb through them with your fingers.
#5. NEVER FORGET THE HAIR SPRAY.
Once all of your hair is curled,spray it one last time with hairspray and then blow dry it on low for a few seconds.
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