Curls look flattering on all hair types, colors, length and face cuts, but the heat from curling irons and blow dryers can be the reason for serious damage and also makes the hair unhealthy. Thankfully, there are a number of ways to get naturally. This piece broadly talks about discovering how to make different types of firm curls, classic curls, natural waves and voluminous waves using easy hair curlers.
Start by sectioning and clipping your hair, working from the nape of your neck to the crown area. Use a little hairspray to create lift and clamp the hair at the ends of the curler and roll up until it is entirely around the barrel. If you have a clamp-less iron, simply wrap the hair section around the barrel beginning at the roots. Hold the hair on the iron for a few seconds and keep on working in sections until all the sections are curled. Finish the process by softly finger combing the curls.
If your hair has a tough time holding up the curls then you can roll it back up on your fingers and secure with a thin clip. Also remember that placing a little piece of tissue paper between the clip and your hair will not show any clip marks. Leave hair in clips until the entire curling procedure is done and conclude by finger combing.
You can get loose, flowing waves by sectioning your hair into diagonal sections which ends up giving a softer look. Hold a very small section of your hair and comb through it. Carefully wrap the sections in a spiral manner around the barrel of the iron from the roots to the tips, pointing the head of the iron downward toward the floor. Let hair sit on iron for a few seconds thus holding the ends tightly around the barrel the entire time. Release and use hairspray nicely while finger combing. For more glamorous look, and softer waves brush through the curls with a natural bristle brush and to get a beach feel, simply jiggle out the curls with your hands.
A few tips that you need to keep in mind while curling your hair which will prevent additional damage is that never use a hair curler when your hair is damp or even slightly wet. This will break your hair follicles.