Martha's Tails: Springy Curls
Girls: Which is more effective to get loose, springy curls: Hair ROLLERS or a Hair CURLING TONG? I wanna get the sort of loose, tight curls style which i've wanted for a while. I bought Hair
rollers and had trouble using them (keeping them in place on my hair), so I thought that Curling Tongs may be easier to use, but I read somewhere that it turns out that Curling Tongs make the hair frizzy, which I do no want.
Wash your hair
first, while its wet- put mousse or curling mousse. curling iron medium heat- dont hold for too long that you get a tight curl- loosely but not too much around the iron. Light hair spray- make sure you dont have one thats sticky and then use the cold shot or stand infront of a fan with cool air- that sets the curl. I've tried lots of stuff, I have really.
This fine weather has Austin in a very chirper mood. No more need for sweaters or shivering for want of a sweater. Green tufts of grass are peeking through the brown fields and purple crocuses are popping up in our garden. The smells and sights are wonderful Austin says. Agreeing with him I was really enjoying our walk this morning until I looked over to see Austin merrily peeing on the electric fence line again. Austin, I exclaim, please pay attention to what you are doing. I have just finished fixing that fence and know for a fact that I have the electricity volts ramped up to unprecedented levels. I know the signs of spring are beautiful to behold but you have got to pay attention to what you are doing. I know what I am doing, responds Austin. I noticed this morning that my curls are starting to let go and I want to tighten them up a bit. Not on my leash line! I sharply retort.
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How can I keep my curls? Okay I am afircan-american and after I wash my hair
it curls. My head because full with big springy curls and micro curls but aftera while if I don't do anything to it, it dries up and becomes nappy. Does any body know a way that I can keep my curls in that will stay soft and tamable.
is just like that and now i just wash my hair and after i get out of the shower i start brush my hair and start curling my hair and i dont touch it for the rest of the day and my hair stays curly the hole day so i think u should wash ur...
Q. How long should your hair be before getting a perm/body wave? I am looking to get tight curls and my hair is about 3-4 inches long. Terri Durdle; St. John’s, NL
A. There are a couple of factors to consider before having a perm service. First, how would you like to style your new curls? If you like springy curls, then any length will do, but know that hair will shrink about three to four inches when perming a tighter curl. For looser waves, hair should be shoulder length or longer in order to support the style. Second, how long would you like your perm to last? Once your strands are transformed, they will be curly until the perm grows out or is cut off. Loose curls gradually lose their wave but tight curls will have a more pronounced regrowth since the new hair will be so much straighter by comparison. (It’s kind of like coloring your hair three shades lighter than your natural shade). Most people can go three to four months between perms. By four months, you’ll have enough new growth to reperm. My advice: Discuss the options with your stylist to get a better idea of the look you wish to achieve. That way you can enjoy your investment for as long as you like.
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