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Hair Hack: Easy Curls

Updated on March 3, 2016

Quick Curls - Things Needed!

Before I tell you how to curl your hair in no time flat, I need to tell you what you need. You'll need:

  • Hairbrush
  • Heat Defence Spray
  • A Curling Wand
  • Dry Shampoo
  • A Hair Tie

Quick Curls - Step-By-Step

  • Start with second or third day hair - it holds the curls a lot better. Next spray your hair with heat defence spray and then put it in a high pony tail.
  • Section your pony tail depending on the curls you want - if you want tight curls so smaller section and if you want larger curls do bigger sections.
  • After your hair is sectioned, just curl your hair as you usually would. Curl each section and hold for about 10-15 seconds.
  • Wait for the curls to cool and set, if you would like - spray them with some hairspray. I don't use hairspray and my curls stayed fine but if you do use it, feel free to spray.
  • After they have cooled down (I'd recommend 3-5 minutes), take the hair tie out and let your curls fall. Give them a toss with your fingers and spray some dry shampoo to give some volume.

Quick Curls - Step-By-Step In Pictures

Put hair into high ponytail
Put hair into high ponytail
Separate ponytail into sections depending on size of curls desired. No less than 4 is recommended
Separate ponytail into sections depending on size of curls desired. No less than 4 is recommended
Curl sections as normal
Curl sections as normal
Take hair tie out, spray with hairspray, dry shampoo and tossle with fingers
Take hair tie out, spray with hairspray, dry shampoo and tossle with fingers
Hairbrush, Curling Wand, Heat Defence Spray, Dry Shampoo, Hair Tie and Hairspray (optional).
Hairbrush, Curling Wand, Heat Defence Spray, Dry Shampoo, Hair Tie and Hairspray (optional).

My Opinion

Wah-lah! Your curls are done in no time at all. What I really love about this method is that it gets all the hair curled. I often find that I have a few straight hairs left when curling my hair but doing it like this is so much easier and all the hair gets curled. However, since I have a short fringe (it doesn't reach the pony tail), I do have to curl that separately, but that only takes a few seconds.

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