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krista_dunlop asked:

15 Jun 2009

Help with curling hair!!!

I can never get my hair to curl. I’m guessing it’s probably my hair curlers (their probably over 10 years old lol), but i know my hair can be curled.



Does anyone know of a good hair curler (i prefer larger curlers) or any tips that would help me out?? thanks :]

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kiwifruit

kiwifruit says:

Posted on 15 Jun 2009

I used to use this spray stuff you put in right after you towel dry your hair. It worked better for me that a curling iron did. It's got2b curlvacious. It's the little spray one. =-D

dominique

dominique says:

Posted on 15 Jun 2009

well with my hair it is so...i dont know the word. but if i put mouse or gel in it it will weigh it down. so i have to use hair spray. just scrunch it with ur fingers once u spray it with hairspray on towel dried hair

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 16 Jun 2009

i actually like to opt out for using a heat protector and getting just one of those large hot curling irons



lol they come in big and small sizes and you can deff tell if they stop working

amaay

amaay says:

Posted on 16 Jun 2009

i use straighteners and it works a treat. :]



start fairly close to the scalp (but not close enough to accidentally burn it), clamp the iron closed and turn it back on itself a half turn. run the iron slowly down the hairshaft to the end. again, the slower you move the iron, the tighter the curl. the faster you move the iron, the gentler the wave.

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withabigheart

withabigheart says:

Posted on 17 Jun 2009

To use a flat iron is pretty tricky. I bought these rollers at Target and they are amazing :http://www.target.com/Remington-T-Studio-Heated-Clip-Setter/dp/B0010ZGG1Q/sr=1-6/qid=1245201718/ref=sr_1_6/175-0925524-4442319?ie=UTF8&frombrowse=0&pricerange=&index=target&field-browse=1038576&rh=k%3AHot%20rollers&page=3

I just wash my hair and leave it in the towel for 15 minutes then I use the hair dryer. After that I pop in the rollers and leave them in for about 20 minutes while I do my makeup. When I take them out I run my fingers through my hair to get a more natural wave and then I hairspray lightly and they stay in all day and look really great.

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