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jennifer Inglett




29 Jun 1960

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nglett asked:

06 Oct 2010

Photos Of How To Roll My Hair to perm It Medium Sized rings.

I am white with longer than shoulder length straight hair



sena95 says:

Posted on 13 Oct 2010

Shampoo your hair, condition it and rinse until the water comes clear. Pat your hair dry and use a wide-toothed comb to remove the tangles. It is best to roll wet hair then allow it to dry to make the curls last longer. When you are using hot curlers, your hair should be dry.

Get your rollers, bobby pins, fine tooth comb and styling gel. Comb your hair straight. Begin at the middle of your head. Divide the hair into sections. Start with the middle section, about two inches wide, less wide than the curlers that you will use. Run the pointed end of the fine tooth comb across the section to gather about a one-inch bunch of hair. Comb it up to make sure that all the hair strands are in one direction and untangled. Hold the bunch of hair with your left hand and keep it straight up. Place the curler under the ends of this bunch, about half an inch in. If your hair has a straight edge, it will be easier to roll the hair over the curler. If your hair is layered, you need to use end papers over and under the ends so that it will be easier to tuck the hair ends around the curler. Start rolling the hair over the curler, guiding the hair over the curler with your hands. Continue rolling until you reach the scalp, away from the face. Secure the curler in place with bobby pins. Follow the pattern until you reach your nape. The curlers should be placed close together for an even lift. If you roll the curlers at different distances from each other you will end up with more straight hair closer to the scalp and will not give you the lift and style that you want

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