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Wednesday, June 15

How to Spiral Curl Hair

To tell you, hubby once told or dared me to have curly hair. I curled my hair once but that was in my younger years, so I cared less how I appear then. But now? My answer is NO, as in no way! I know it wont fit me well, I just know it anyway.

In fairness, I adore those who has curly locks like my daughter.

Uhmm... Maybe I will give consideration, for occasions sake. Sometimes I thought of curling my hair when I have to attend my friend's wedding. Well, just a thought!

Here's my hair when my sister played it.

I didn't bother to face the camera hahaha!

So how to do a spiral curling hair?

Using Curling Iron
  • First of all comb the hair thoroughly so that you remove any tangles. Then tie some of the hair in ponytail and leave the rest loose.
  • Take a small strip of loose hair and starting from the very bottom, twist the curling iron from the hair firmly. Hold the curler for ten seconds. If the hair doesn’t curl after ten seconds then use the curler again.
  • Turn the curler vertically, loosen the hair and then remove the curler, taking care to remove it vertically. In the same fashion curl all the loose hair. Make sure that you finish all the curls at the bottom of the hair.
  • Lightly spray the curly hair with hairspray. Shake the curls and leave it for 30 seconds. Then put the curls in a loose ponytail.
  • Now, loosen the uncurled hair from the ponytail. Brush and curl them as you have curled the rest. Apply hair spray on them and shake the hair.
  • Then shake the curls by flipping the hair upside-down while spraying the hairspray lightly. Your spiral curl hairstyle is ready.
Using Hot Rollers
  • Separate the hair into top and bottom section. Tie the top section of the hair with a hair clip.
  • Set the rollers to heat. After the rollers have heated, in one hand take an inch section of hair. With the other hand, put a hot roller under the strip of hair and wrap the ends of the hair around the roller. Roll the roller with the hair towards the scalp. Secure the roller with a clip.
  • Similarly, fix rollers in the entire bottom section of the hair. Release the top section of the hair and put them in rollers as you have done with the bottom section.
  • Keep all the rollers for twenty minutes and then take them out one by one. Now, wrap each curl around your index finger and pull it down. This will make the curl spiral. Once you get the desired look, use a hairspray to fix the spiral curls. After all the hair has been spiral curled, use a hairspray once again.

That's a load of work, eh?

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