Sunday, 27 December 2015

HOW TO CURL YOUR HAIR USING DIFFERENT METHODS

Hi everyone, I hope you enjoyed your weekend? Tomorrow is another working day (for those who still go to work) and I will like to share some ways I curled my natural hair and weaves for those who
couldn't change their weaves or do anything to their natural hair. Get ready to change that sleek long weave to some curls.
i will share a link to how to you can use these methods to achieve a curly hair and the pros and cons

1) USING A CURLING IRON
This method is perfect for those who want to curl a part of the hair (like the front or your ponytail) it is time consuming and a little bit risky if no one is helping but when done, it gives the perfect curls only when the iron reaches the correct temperature. If you have an appointment at 7 am it wont be possible to wake up about 3 hours before time just because you want some curls. NAH! dont use if your hair is still wet. To watch how to use a curling iron click HERE



2) FLEXI ROD (BENDING ROLLERS)
This method is very easy, you don't need to depend on electricity. I use this rollers in the evening so that the next day all i need to do is to remove the rollers and get my curls. The only disadvantage is it needs to be on the head for some hours in order to achieve the curls so if you just got a call that you need to be somewhere and you want some curls, this type of rollers wont be of help to you and then your curling iron will come to your rescue. To watch how to use this rollers click HERE

3) BRAIDING/TWISTING
This is very easy and convenient especially for those who had a very busy day but dont want to go out with a straight hair the next day. It doesn't give curls but makes the hair wavy and if you use a serum it makes it extra wavy. the disadvantage is that it requires some hours to make the hair wavy.
to see how this is done click HERE


4) PLOPPING
I posted something on plopping some weeks ago. click HERE

i will post more on some of the methods i use in getting my curls, hopefully with my pictures and videos.

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