Use Curling Iron to Curl Your Hair

Now curl your hair by using Curling Iron. Curls are made by two kinds of chemical bonds that cause the hair to bend: disulfide and hydrogen bonds. You can create different look with the use of the right curling iron. Making tight curls or loose curls, tendrils or waves depends on the various features of curling irons.

There are different ways to do this, depending on the type of curl you’re going for, how easily your hair curls, and the amount of effort you’re willing to put in. Curling Iron is good for making perfect spiral curls; can be time consuming and especially damaging for hair. When choosing a curling iron, you should consider the hairstyle you want, the type and length of your hair, and the price you are willing to pay.

How to curl your hair with a curling iron?

First start combing or brushing your hair. After your hair is all brushed and ready, turn on the curling iron. Make sure your hair is dry.

Ensure that your hair is brushed with a comb, if not, you hair will look like it is tangled in the curl.

Open the curling iron by holding your four fingers around the handle while pushing your thumb down on the moving part of handle.

Clip the curling iron onto a half an inch strand of hair at the top part of your hair, the part closest to the root, by lifting your thumb. Then slide it down to the tip of your hair. Be sure to stop before it completely slides off. Pull iron down to the tip of your hair.

Continue to curl your hair until you reach the top part of your hair and hold it there for 10 seconds.

Slowly and gently start to uncurl your hair until you reach a point where you can press your thumb down again without your hair holding your curling iron shut.

Open and close the curling iron until you ease it out of your hair.

As soon as all of this curl is free, pin it up using a Kirby grip/bobby pin or similar. Leave it to completely cool before taking it down. This will ensure that the curl stays in place.

Repeat the steps on all of your hair that you want curled.

Source : B4tea.com

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