Getting the perfect curl has never been easier. The Curl Keeper gives you step-by-step instructions on how to get the perfect curl with our tutorial guides, and blog posts that will help you attain your perfect curls.
If you have ever tried curly hair or are thinking about it, you are might asking yourself the same question: “How do I get my curls the way I want them?
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Prep Your Hair for Curling
Before you start, it’s important to take the right steps to keep your curls looking their best. The first one is to prep your hair. You want to make sure it’s clean and free of product buildup. This will ensure that your curls look their best and don’t fall flat.
If you’re wearing extensions, make sure they’re also dry and clean. If they are wet, they’ll cause frizz and create a mess on your head when you wear them out again.
Once you’ve prepped your hair, it’s time to curl it!
Section Your Hair and Curl
Section your hair into sections. This will make it easier to curl each section separately. Separate your hair into four sections: two on each side of your head, one at the front, and one at the back. If you have a lot of hair, you can also do three sections for each side.
Sectioning your hair will make it easier to curl. If you have long hair, then section off about 2 inches of hair at the bottom of your head and use an elastic band to hold this section down so that it doesn’t get wet when you are curling. Section off another 2 inches at the top of your head and do the same with another elastic band. Then curl all these sections together using a tong or a wand.
Set Your Curls
The first step to getting your curls is to set your curls. This will help create the shape and volume that you want for your style. You can use a curling iron or a wand, but we recommend using a wand because it provides you more control over the size and shape of your curls. If you use a curling iron, ensure it has both a heat setting and an auto-off feature. Make sure that you don’t burn yourself while styling your hair!
Step 1: Pick a section of hair and place it under your dryer for about 45 seconds.
Step 2: Remove the hair from the dryer, smooth it down and let it air dry for another 15 minutes.
Step 3: Repeat this step several times until you have created a nice curl pattern on your hair.
Step 4: Once you have finished setting your curls, take an old toothbrush and brush through them to help them hold their shape longer.
There is still a massive discrepancy between the number of women who want to get their hair curled or any other hairstyle like braids, updos, or passion twist hair and those working at salons who can give them curls. This guide gives you a template of what steps to take to get your hair curled in a unique way so that you can teach anyone else how to do it. The key is clear instructions so your stylist knows exactly what you want and can replicate it on you whenever they curl your hair.