To curl your hair with a curling iron, select the appropriate curling iron, choose the right heat setting for your hair, and cover your hair with a protective treatment product. Then, divide the hair into sections, and t... More »

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According to Women's Health magazine, one of the best curling irons on the market is made by Ulta. It curls hair faster by curling bigger pieces. Another good choice is the Beachwaver rotating curling iron. Made by Sarah... More »

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Self-adhesive rollers, sponge rollers or spiral rollers can be used to curl hair without a curling iron. Using a curling iron daily can cause heat damage, leading to weak, broken hair over time. Individuals who curl thei... More »

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To blow-dry curly hair, blot the hair dry with a towel, apply product by working up from the ends, and use the correct setting and attachment on your blow-dryer. Flip your hair over and dry from the roots to the mid-shaf... More »

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To use a curling iron properly, select the right heat setting, hold the curling iron with the barrel up, and clamp it to a 1-inch section of hair. Rotate the barrel outward, and hold for five seconds. Pin the curl to you... More »

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To straighten your hair without heat, divide wet hair into sections, and apply a setting agent to your hair. Roll up your hair with magnetic rollers, and let it air dry. Remove the rollers, and cover your hair with a sil... More »

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To curl naturally curly hair, apply a styling product to wet hair, and place the hair in a diffuser until it dries. You need a diffuser attachment, a hair dryer, and salon-quality hair products designed for naturally cur... More »

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