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  • Added Feb 16, 2013

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Feb 19, 2013

Yoli O.

I Love this!! Wish I had a job that would let me show up to work with colored hair!! :)

Feb 18, 2013

Courtney B.

Cooperates wif my hair.

Feb 18, 2013

Shada J.

Beautiful

Feb 18, 2013

Odalys H.

I loveeeee it :D <3.

Feb 18, 2013

Hannah W.

I want This hair do.

Feb 18, 2013

Bailey M.

Curling wand.<333333

Feb 17, 2013

JoAnne A.

If you already have a curling iron you need a good hot set spray to keep the curls. I believe Kenra makes a good one, but I don't remember the exact wording on the bottle. It's from their premium line and the bottle is silver. Redken also makes a setting spray that I believe is called Hotsets 22 or something similar that's in a red bottle with black and white lettering.

Feb 17, 2013

Tyler S.

Even though I don't know what this girl used I have this bed head brand wand and it's thick at the tip and skinny at the base and it makes curls similar to thos.

Feb 17, 2013

Aliyah B.

I need help getting my curls like this ,:/ any suggestions?

Feb 18, 2013

Rebecca J.

Aliya- 1st section off your hair. Easiest is to take everything from ear to ear & pin it up..that way you're only working on the bottom section 1st. Make sure to use a good heat setting product as well...others have some good suggestions listed already.
Starting on one side, grasp a small section of hair, combing it out b4 you curl. (Depending on the size of curl you want, that will determine how big of a section you curl at a time. For this look, I'd say she used approx 1-2 inch sections)
Next, take your curling wand, & wind the hair all the way around it in a spiral...the larger end of the barrel is usually toward the top. Hold for a few seconds & move on to the next section. When the bottom is done, take more hair down & start the process over, until your entire head has been curled. It sounds like a lot more work than it is...I've found its actually faster than a reg iron. Be sure not to tousle it too much until its completely cooled. Then run a good quality texturizing or smoothing creme through, et viola!
Hope that helps!
RJ