My best friend Rachel came over for this weekend, which was not only exciting in itself, but also gave me the opportunity to do hair! Which I of course love doing.
But it wasn’t any ordinary day of styling. Instead, she gave me a challenge. To curl her hair. Unheard of for Rachel
She said it would it be impossible.
But I accepted. I’m up for a challenge.
And see the results? I clearly did not fail!
So I’ll give you some background on her hair if your wondering why it’s a challenge. She has very straight short hair. It’s very soft and silky which can make it hard to style as it slips off a curling iron, braid, etc. And her hair is thick!
To tackle this I first used my trusty Julep Beach Spray, which I love and have talked about a lot before. This didn’t give her hair a ton of wave, but did give a lot of texture and grip which was exactly what I needed. I sprayed this in liberally before curling, especially on the ends. I think this is the key to giving stick straight hair curls.
Then I sectioned off her hair with a clip. To curl I took my Remington Curling wand (the smaller of the two sizes available) and wrapped 1 inch sections around the barrel for 10 seconds. I released it and held in in my hand for a couple more seconds. This resulted in a wavy, bouncy curl.
All I did after that was do that to the rest of the bottom section! I made sure to curl away from her face because generally that is more flattering. I then took down the top layer and curled that the same way.
The curls were done! I decided to twist back sections from either side of her head to add an extra touch. I bobby pinned those and used the best hairspray ever from Suave!
Ta-Da! She was very pleasantly surprised with the results! Very pretty but also very easy!
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