To roll your hair with spiral rods, brush it, fasten it into equal sections with butterfly clips, roll each section down a spiral rod, bend the rods until the ends cross, and leave them in for 20 minutes. This 45-minute procedure requires a hairbrush, alligator clips, spiral rods, hairspray and hair elastics.Continue Reading
Brush your hair thoroughly. Divide it into even segments, and secure each with an alligator clip.
Release a section of hair at the front of your head, and spray both sides with hairspray. Hold a spiral rod next to that section, and wrap the roots of your hair around the top of the rod. Continue until all of the hair is wrapped around the rod, and secure it with a hair elastic at the bottom.
Hold one end of the rod in each hand, and bend it down toward your neck. Cross one end over the other to secure it in the proper position. Wrap and bend the rest of the rods in this manner.
Leave the rods in your hair for at least 20 minutes.
Unwrap the rods one at a time. Grasp the ends, unbend them, and roll the rod out of your hair. Set your curls with a light mist of flexible-hold hairspray.
To curl hair with foam rollers, mist your dry hair with water, wrap each section around a foam roller, blow-dry your hair for 20 minutes, and remove the rollers. The supplies required for this 35-minute procedure are a hairbrush, a clean spray bottle, water, heat protection spray, foam rollers, roller clips, a hair dryer and hairspray.Full Answer >
To use curlers, wash and condition your hair, allow it to air dry about 90 percent, separate sections with a comb, and roll each on a curler from the ends to the scalp. Let your hair finish drying, and remove the curlers. Style the hair gently with a wide-tooth comb.Full Answer >
To blow out hair, apply a thickening serum and dry it a section at a time with a medium-sized round brush, pointing the hair dryer down as it follows the brush. To keep the style looking fresh in between washes, apply a dry shampoo to the scalp after a few days.Full Answer >
To create compact curls that grows bigger, such as a curly Afro, take the ends of the hair, and roll upward until the curler reaches the scalp. Roll toward the floor, and keep the hair taut. For elongated coils like Shirley Temple's, start the wrap at the end that has the clamp. Roll in a slanted motion so that the hair wraps around the rod in a spiral.Full Answer >