As someone with naturally straight hair I love to switch my look to curls when I get a chance! This is how I use my Conair Double Ceramic Curling Iron to get long lasting curls that don’t fall flat.
For me I’ve found that if I simply use a curling iron or straightener to create curls they don’t stay for very long and lack volume. I love a bouncy and big hair look and I’ve found this method creates that! Think Dolly Parton. 😚
You could also use rollers if you prefer a heatless version as it would also create height at the crown of your hair and set the hair to make it last longer.
What you’ll need
1. Conair Double Ceramic Curling Iron or other 1 Inch Curling Iron Conair Double Ceramic Rose Gold Curling Iron - 1.5" : Target
2. Hair Brush Wet Brush Original Detangler Hair Brush - Black : Target
3. Bobby Pins Scunci Bobby Pins - 50ct : Target
4. Aussie Instant Freeze Hair Spray Aussie Instant Freeze Hairspray With Jojoba Oil & Sea Kelp - 10oz : Target
Ps. This works best on hair that hasn’t been washed for a few days as its less slippery!
✨Start by sectioning off hair into at least two sections to make it easier to work with
✨Begin curling process at top front of hair and curl away from face for hair around face
✨Follow natural pattern of curl and pin to scalp using a bobby pin
✨Repeat until all hair is up
✨Apply hairspray and wait for curls to cool
✨Take out bobby pins and brush curls with fingers to separate tendrils
✨For extra volume flip hair upside down and fluff
I’ve used this method multiple times as if I simply curl my hair and don’t pin them up it will immediately begin to straighten. This process helps me look cute even if I’m dancing all night! :)
What’s your favorite way to curl your hair and do you prefer heat or heatless styles? #curls #hairtutorial #volumehair #conair