Saturday, 30 March 2013

Hair Styling Tips

Using Heated Rollers and Hot SticksHeated rollers and
hot sticks need to be used on hair that is perfectly
dry. It is also useful to remember that most hair
types take heated curls better if the hair has not
been washed recently. Hair should go around the roller
one-and-a-half times to give lift and volume as well
as to stop the roller from falling out. For every turn
around the roller after that, you will get more and
more curl and a tighter result.
1.Spray the entire head with hairspray.
2.Wait until the red light comes on, indicating that
the set is ready (hot enough).
3.Start at the crown and use the right size for your
style.
4.Use a fine-tooth comb to divide hair into even
sections.
5.Take the first section, comb it smooth and spraying
it again before putting the first roller or stick into
the hair.
6.When rolling your hair, there is a basic rule that
each section of hair should be narrower than the
instrument - this will ensure the correct tension of
hair and give you a better curl.
7.If you are curling short hair, it is a good idea to
use a paper between the roller or stick and the hair —
this will help keep them in place.
8.Roll the hair around the roller or stick and pull
the ends until they disappear. This will avoid the
'fish hook' look. Make sure you don't roll them too
tight.
9.Work you way down the back and then the sides.
Finish with the ones at the front.
10.The direction of the roller will determine the
direction of the hair. For a spiral look to your
curls, twist the section of hair before wrapping it
around the roller.
11.Once all of the rollers are set in place, sit
still. It is often the movement that allows the
rollers or sticks to slip and pull, splitting the
hair.
12.As soon as they are cool start removing the rollers
or sticks in the same order that you put them in. ·
Use the large ones to give body to a straight style. ·
Use the medium for a bend or change of direction. ·
Use the small one to give curl.
·Use the large ones to give body to a straight style.
·Use the medium for a bend or change of direction.
·Use the small one to give curl.

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