Loose waves are my go-to hairstyle because they make a great base for other styles, and they are so easy to wear. Even in bad weather or if it is windy outside! Just looks like you meant for them to be all crazy. With the right techniques, also, my curls will last for days! I am still on the hunt for a thermal curling spray that isn’t crunchy or sticky, yet actually holds curls, but I have yet to find one I like. I’ll keep you posted if I do! For now, I use Smooth and Seal by Sexy Hair to prep my hair before curling. That product has my heart. I’m obsessed. Next, I start from the bottom of my hair and section off about a third of it. Clip the top hair out of the way so you have clean sections. Once you have curled the bottom section, let down another one and clip the rest out of the way. The cleaner you can make your sections, the better. Then you won’t miss any hair and have straight pieces all over. More than any product or technique I have used, curling my hair with a flat iron is hands down my favorite method. It gives me control over how curly or loose I want it, as well as holding my curl longest. Just a warning, if you haven’t curled with a flat iron before, it’s going to take practice! Keep trying, you will get better and faster. I can now curl my hair in 1/3 of the time it used to take me with a curling iron. I’m working on a video for flat iron curls so you can see how I do mine. I’m still learning about video editing and all that jazz, so it takes me a while to make one, but I’ll get it up as soon as I can. In the meantime, play around with it, and check out these products if you want! Once I have my hair curled how I want, I hairspray and use Flip it Over spray wax to create separation. Don’t use very much! It will ruin everything. Just a little here and there at the very end. Good luck!
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