If your hair is straight or washed toothpick recently, the key to make curling is using the
right product. If you want your hair to curl, and you want your curls to stay, you can not skip the product! Boing Cream by Unite is my favorite curling cream. Technically this product is for people with naturally curly hair, but it works great on straight hair or hair that never has a curl. The cream style,
spray wax and winding setting spray are also good breeding products.
Haircare - Curl your hair, keep these tips in mind:
curls tend to hold better than wavy iron curls. It's tricky at first to curl up
with the flat iron itself, but once you get it down you'll be amazed how well
you are staying in! For curling, use a flat iron that is thin, has rounded
edges and gets warm on the outside as well. When it's curling, if you're
getting kinks it means you're holding it too tight. If the flat iron does not
slip through the hair, try to brush the section first so it is nice and smooth.
2. If you prefer
curl with the curler, spray your hair with hair spray before curl, let it sit
for a second to dry (so it does not sizzle), then curl. Once it is curly,
gently brush through the curl so it is not crunchy. The hairspray will help
with the hold, but the brushing will keep it soft. The best of both worlds!
3. Try to trim each curl as you will let it set in
place while it cools. This will allow the cuticle to cool and close while being
in a curl shape, so they stay much longer once they take out the clips. once all your
hair is curly, spray the last time with hair spray and then dry low for a few
seconds to blow. The heat and the paint will really keep the loops in place.
4.If you do not
care your ends, do not matter what you do, it means it's time for a trim. The
damaged ends and split are stubborn and sometimes do not take the loop. Get a
pillow and keep it in good health much better.