Some women love their curly hair, and love the look, but others want the straight, sleeker look. The reason is that curly hair can easily get the frizzies after frequent brushing, leading to very damaged hair that is impossible to manage, however, thanks to improvements in hairstyle products that can all be a thing of the past.
For curly hair, there are many different options to choose from, like ringlets and roses, curly hair done up, and many other variations of those basics. For ringlets and roses, you need to smooth out your hair with your fingers and a wide tooth- comb, lifting up the hair as you do it. After you have smoothed everything out and made the curls visible, then you secure a portion of the hair, (how much is up to you), with a clip, (how fancy is also up to you), and then you can add some curl definer for extra effect.
Curls up: For this do, you gather all of your hair into a ponytail right in the middle, wrap it into a bun, tie it, and pin it, or you can tie a loose knot suing just a portion of the hair, and let the rest go loose down the back. However, the above are all examples of people with naturally curly hair. What about the people who don’t have curly hair and want to get it?
You can use a curling iron or rollers, and it will only take ten minutes. If you want them tight, you just apply a light mist before you curl. To get loose curls, all you need to do is use a soft wax along with hair mist to keep from the frizzies.
The most annoying problem with either having curly hair or getting curly hair is the frizzies. All you need is to run your fingers through the hair and use a light hair mist as you comb through it. It is best if your hair is cut in layers before so that you natural curls retain their body. For hair that is normally straight, you can do the same thing, but make sure that you regularly use a good moisturizer to keep the hair’s body.
Remember that if you have either natural curly hair or want to try it out, there is so much room now to experiment, with the advent of ever changing products that allow such a wide range of creativity. In the simmer, curly hair requires a lot of moisture, and if you don’t have naturally curly hair, you have to remember to keep the hair well conditioned, to avoid drying out.
If you’re unsure, make sure by consulting a professional – that’s what they’re there for, and they’ll give all the help you need. These are suggestions and not guidelines. They are the basics that will allow you to explore, once you have the basics down, with good professional consultation, the results will be delightfully surprising.