A Simple Twist On Your Traditional Curling Iron (You’ll Thank Me Later)


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The Inspiration: Big hair is every girl’s right (much like voting or pretending we can’t open bottles and jars when we really just want a dude to do it). But considering I barely have enough time to sleep or eat, let alone style my hair to Beyonce-esque proportions, I need all the help I can get when it comes to styling.

The Process:

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1. Shampoo your hair with a volume-izing brand, and use a small amount of conditioner on the ends only.

2. Comb hair gently post-shower/bath, flip head upside down, and scrunch a small amount of mousse thoroughly throughout ends.

3. Spray a small amount of heat-protecting product on ends. Take 2-inch strands of hair and twist them tightly before wrapping around the outside of a curling iron. It’s like a double-whammy for your waves!

4. Your hair will look weird, as in the photos above, until you’re done. Flip your head upside down again and use your fingers to quickly comb through ends to break up the waves. Shellac with as much hairspray as you see fit (especially if your hair doesn’t hold curl well).

What I Used: Products from the new Vidal Sassoon Pro Series styling line! Including…

* Boost & Lift Shampoo

* Boost & Lift Foaming Air Mousse

* Color Protect Spray

* Flexible Hold Hairspray


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One comment on “A Simple Twist On Your Traditional Curling Iron (You’ll Thank Me Later)
  1. Can you tell me any tips to get my curl long lasting because it is not possible to curl my hair daily.

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