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Curly hair is the most popular hairstyle for women, but it can be quite challenging since many girls like to curl their hair. Many women opt for straightening treatments at salons or beauty parlors, but that can be pricey. Other girls just give up and straighten their hair often, but this won’t last long. Curly hair routine requires special care, so we’ve created this article on how to easily curl naturally curly hair!
Preparing Your Hair For Curling
Use a wide-toothed comb to separate your hair into sections, then smooth each section with a blow dryer for about 20 seconds. This will help improve the curl pattern in your hair and give it more body.
Style The Front Sections Of Your Hair
Start curling the top part of your hair, working from the roots to the ends. If you’re using a clamp, secure your curly hair with it at each section, then wrap it around the barrel of the clamp and apply pressure until you reach the desired curl shape. Repeat this process on the second half of your hair.
Curl The Bottom Half Of Your Hair
Start curling the bottom half of your hair by wrapping it around a barrel that has been twisted into a circle with your fingers or a curling wand(like passion twist hair). Secure it with bobby pins at each section and apply enough heat from either a blow dryer or an iron set on high heat for about 60 seconds until desired curl shape is achieved. Reprise this method on the other side of your head.
Separate The Top Half Of Your Hair And Curl
Separate the top half of your hair from the bottom half. This will help you achieve a large curl pattern. You can either use a curling iron or just go with your fingers, which is recommended.
Start With Ends First, Then Move Upwards
Start by curling your ends first, then use your fingers to separate different sections of hair. This will make it easier to maintain control over your curls as you move upwards. Start by curling your ends first, then use your fingers to separate different sections of hair. This will make it easier to maintain control over your curls as you move upwards.
Repeat On the Other Side
Once you have separated your hair into two sections, start curling from the ends of each section. You can use a large-barrel curling iron or a smaller one, depending on how much time you have. If you’re using a small curling iron, curl from the ends down and then move up toward the roots of your hair. For example, if you have a section of hair about 4 inches in length, begin by curling it downward, then continue to make waves in the direction that it grows out of your head (towards the bottom of your face).
Curly hair can be beautiful, but it’s not always easy to manage. With the right tools and knowledge, however, you’ll be curling your naturally curly hair like a pro in no time!