27 April 2017

3 Tips on How to Curl Your Hair and Make It Last

Do you envy celebrities with their perfect beach waves and wish you could rock the same look and make it last longer? Well, you’re not alone.  A lot of people struggle to get their boring locks to transform into beautiful curls. The best thing is that with practice, you can be on your way to enjoying a celebrity look.
If you’re struggling to curl your hair, here are a few helpful tips:
Trim Your Ends--
The health of your hair plays a big role in the way it holds curls. If you have split and damaged ends, the harder it will be to achieve those coveted beach waves. You need to first trim your ends and repair any damaged hair for you to maintain a beautiful head of hair.
Invest in Heated Rollers--
Heated rollers are a best kept secret that only celebrities know. Using heated rollers helps you to achieve flawless curls that hold for more than 30 minutes. The good thing about heated rollers is that you can achieve professional salon results in the comfort of your own home. The induction of heat gives you the desired results in seconds. Modern heated rollers are simple to use, efficient and use less energy compared to traditional heated rollers. You can create an array of looks ranging from voluminous curls to soft curls by using the different sizes of rollers. Even if you’re busy, it’s worth investing in heated rollers as they allow you to style your hair in no time.
Remember that when rotating any section of your hair, the heated rollers must go in the same direction you are curling. If you’re curling under, the rollers should be in the same direction and vice versa. Going in the opposite direction means that the curls won’t form perfectly.
Use a setting spray--
A setting spray is used to set your curls in place. With numerous setting sprays on the market, it can be difficult to know which one to use. Invest in a quality holding spray that offers heat protection. This eliminates the need to use numerous products at the same time. You can now curl your hair and enjoy the look for a long time.
Cut back on the conditioner and shampoo--
Freshly washed hair is harder to hold a style compared to unwashed hair.  What’s more, cutting back on the shampoo and conditioner can also help your hair hold curls better. When washing your hair, only use a small amount of shampoo. Apply the conditioner sparingly to the ends of your hair to ensure that your hair can hold the curls for a longer period.
In addition, you can invest in a good dry shampoo. It not only adds volume and texture to your hair, but it also makes curling your hair a breeze.
These are some of the ways you can curl your hair and make it last longer. Be sure to use a heat protectant and use the right tools to achieve the desired look.

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