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Anna Bean




03 Dec 1992

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anna_bean asked:

12 Oct 2010

How To Curl A Bob Hairstyle

i have a layered bob and its to my shoulders in the front and at the bottom of my neck in the back i was wondering how exactly to curl it. My hair is also thick and i was having very many problems with the curler:)



jod_mets says:

Posted on 12 Oct 2010

Click the link below! I inserted a video that should help you!



sena95 says:

Posted on 12 Oct 2010

1-Start out with straight hair. You want to start out fresh when bobbing hair. Wash your hair and blow dry it. If it is naturally curly, then straighten it.

2-Spray your hair lightly with hairspray. This will help the hair stay in place once curled. Otherwise, it will be harder for your hair to stay in the curled, bobbed position.

3-Make sure that your hair is the right length. It needs to be down to the middle of your back. Hair that is too long will curl, but the bobs cannot be formed. Hair that is too short will not allow enough length for one full bob.

4-Clamp the arms of a hair-curler over the split sof your hair and slowly curl inwards. Wrap the hair curler with your hair this way, rolling hair around the curler. Press it to your head for ten to twenty seconds. Slowly, uncurl the hair-curler, releasing it from the grasp of your hair.

5-Repeat this process, this time with any hair that was not curled before. Bob it and curl it to the same extent that you did previously. Once all your hair is bobbed, it should bob up and down in curls.

If you have bangs, bob those too. Velcrow curlers are available. Wet your bangs, and roll them around the curlers. Press the curlers to your head for twenty seconds.

6-Slowly uncurl the curlers and set them aside. Your hair should be curled now.

7-Apply light styling gel to your hair to maintain this look.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 12 Oct 2010

start with a heat protectant

do smaller sections, n try to keep them even in size all around

and i would suggest if you can put a beanie on that you can roll up or alot of clips to hold your hair up and do the bottom section first and work your way to the top cause the top is the most important

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