How to achieve salon-worthy hair by skipping the flat iron

While straightening your locks with a flat iron can yield fabulous results, the process can also damage your strands if done improperly. You can achieve salon worthy-styles and minimize the possibility of frying your hair by using a curling iron instead. Titanium, ceramic and tourmaline curling irons release negative ions to moisturize and smooth your hair’s cuticles while styling. Essentially, these tiny particles will help shield your strands from humidity’s wrath.
If you want to give your flat iron a break, you’re in luck. The video below gives you step-by-step instructions on how to style your hair using a curling iron. As a result, your hair will be able to retain more volume and your curls will last longer. Get ready for the ultimate Botticelli mane.
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Materials
- Blow dryer
- Paddle brush
- Heat protection spray
- Hair clips
- Curling iron
- Hair spray
Instructions
1. Start by blow drying your hair with a paddle brush. Split your strands into several sections if they’re curly or wet for more styling ease.
2. Prep your hair with a liberal amount of heat protection spray.
3. Clip away the top and middle sections of hair, leaving the bottom section loose.
4. Split the bottom section in half and use the curling iron to curl each section starting from the root.
5. Repeat step 4 throughout your hair.
6. Use hair spray to add hold to each curl.
7. Rake your fingers through your hair to loosen the curls for a more natural, voluminous look.
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