To curl layered hair, wash and dry the hair, segment it into sections, apply product, and curl individual strands. Curling layered hair takes roughly an hour and requires texturizing spray, heat-protection spray, a blow ... More »

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To make loose curls in long, straight hair, wrap sections of hair around a large barrel curling iron, curling wand or straightening iron. Hot rollers or braids can also create large curls. More »

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Synthetic hair can be curled by using old brush type curlers and wig pins or long sewing pins. Synthetic hair is most commonly used in wigs, but can also be used in the making of hair extensions. More »

Short hair can be curled by using a flat iron after separating the hair into two or three sections. Hair should be curled away from the face, working with the top two-thirds of each piece. Curling the entire piece could ... More »

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To style layered hair, wash, towel dry, and apply product. Dry the hair, finishing with a round brush. Complete the style with either a flat iron or curling iron. More »

To curl medium-length hair, wash the hair, apply product and dry it using a round brush. Then, divide the hair, spray a thermal protector, curl small strands and shake the curls loose. More »

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With thick hair, it's important to use product and change the state of the hair, so start by applying product to freshly washed hair and blow drying the hair into waves, which are clipped in place. Curl the pre-formed wa... More »

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