How to Curl Hair with Curling Rod?

Hair styling is of greater importance in one’s beauty. Some women always remain in braids and some make buns in routine. Some women like to go anywhere with open hair. Styling of open hair can also be done in different ways. You may like to have straight hair or want to curl your hair. Different beauty gadgets are available in the market that can be used for different styles of hair. Proper use of these hair gadgets is of greater importance as negligence in using these gadgets can adversely harm hair growth and beauty.

Here you will discuss proper use of hair curling rod to curl your hair to get a new look.

  • You should start with hair styling gel or spray for cleaning and blow dry them until dry completely. You can make better and long lasting curls by using quality hair products.
  • After complete hair dry, apply a clip to your hair in multiple sections. Then remove the clip from one section and brush it properly to remove all knots. If you have very fine and soft hair then use a spray to make your hair hold curls well.
  • Start from the under section of your hair. Twist a small section of your hair with your hands to make spiral curls. You can also make flat and large section for loose curls.
  • Open the curling iron and insert your hair. Close the curling iron barrel on your hair. Carefully enclose all the ends in the barrel.
  • Roll the iron up and hold it for 10 seconds.
  • Release the curls and repeat the same process with rest of the sections of hair.
  • Shake out the curls when all the hair are curled and style your hair with fingers.
  • Spray your hair with a light spray. It will keep the curls in right place and position. Humidity hair sprays are also available for humid climates to keep the hair styles in place.
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