How to get your hair to go from straight to curly

       
September 4th, 2012 | Contributed by:

Want to go from straight to curly?Having straight hair is great as far as maintenance is concerned – you probably don't have to worry much about combating frizz or sleekifying your strands. But what happens if you want to switch up your look to a curly style? You might think it's difficult to get your straight hair to hold a curl, but with these tips it's a lot easier than you'd expect!

First, use a volumizing shampoo and conditioner in the shower before styling your tresses. Hamadi – Honey Soymilk Hair Wash will do the trick.

After the shower, when your hair is still damp, apply a curl-enhancing product. Then, right before you blowdry, spray your strands with a hairspray like Fekkai – COIFF Sheer Hold Hairspray. Blowdry your hair normally afterward, using a round brush to smooth out tangles.

Now, use a set of hot rollers to add curls to your hair. Just twist a small section of hair around each roller, roll them up toward your scalp and secure them in place. Spritz on a bit more hairspray when the curlers are in, then wait until they're cooled before taking them out.

Shake the curls out and separate them with your fingers, then spray on a bit more hairspray to really hold the curl. Easy!

       

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