Tips On How To Curl Your Hair With A Flat Iron

Curling your hair can add volume, as well as providing a great styling option. Flat Irons are one of the best tools for curling your hair. We carefully picked some great tutorials for you to have a look and get a better idea on how to curl your hair using a flat iron.

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Step 1: Protect Your Hair With A Heat Protectant Spray

This is a good idea before styling your hair to use a heat protectant spray. You can try Moroccanoil Perfect Defense or TRESemme Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Spray.

Step 2: Part Your Hair Into Sections

Start at the bottom of your head close to your ears and neck and work your way up.  Put up the rest of the hair with a clip and section the bottom hair into two sections. Use about 1-2 inch piece of hair from the back of those section of hair and clip the rest of it. Use a 1.25 inch round barrel flat iron to curl your hair.

Step 3: Create Tension, Twist 360 Degrees With Your Flat Iron And Pull Down

Start by twisting your flat iron away from your face and turning it 360 degrees until the tail of that piece of hair is facing away from your face and then pull downwards till it reaches the end of your hair. Then twirl that piece of hair with your finger and toss it in back of your head and start doing other curls. Once the bottom section of the hair is complete, do the top section of hair. Make sure you always brush your hair before curling it to prevent tangles. This Moroccan Oil brush is definitely a must have in your personal hair styling tool list.

Step 4: Brush Your Curls Out And Put Hairspray

Once your hair is completely curled, shake your hair out by running you fingers through your curls or by brushing them out gently using a paddle brush. One great paddle brush you can try is the Moroccanoil Paddle Brush. Then apply OGX Extra Strength + Honey Hold Hair Spray or other styling products and you’re done!

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