Step 1: Dry and Section Hair
Twist and clip each section close to the root to ensure curls set separately. Work from the back to the front.
Pro Tip: Know Your Hair Type
Knowing your hair type and which products work best is vital for styling curls that last.
People with fine hair should prioritize volume, and this begins before you've switched your curling iron on. Use a volumizing shampoo and conditioner to add bounce, then spritz the High Speed Blow Dry Primer on damp hair.
When blow-drying, turn your head upside down and use your fingers to comb through until dry. You can finish curling your hair the same or next day.
Styling thicker hair requires a different approach. Instead of volume, people with thick hair should use smoothing products that add shine. A serum or cream like the Anti-Frizz Smoothing Cream helps add a glossy polished finished look.
Pro Tip: Prepare and Protect Hair
People with thick and thin hair must take steps to protect and prepare their locks for curling. Consider using the Ultra Moisturizing Styling Primer to soften strands and hydrate it from within so it's defended against heat and environmental damage.
Minimizing the amount of harmful chemicals you use on your hair is important for getting the best possible curls. Likewise, eating plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables helps promote hair health. Taking preventative steps is arguably the best way to protect your hair and keep it looking lustrous.
Aim to set aside time each week or month for a deep conditioning treatment, depending on your hair type. Remember, the more hydrated and healthy your hair, the better your finished curls will look.