There are many ways to curl your hair, but some methods are better than others. If you’re looking for a way to get face-framing curls without using a lot of product or heat, this is the method for you! All you need is a hair tie and some bobby pins. Watch this tutorial to see how it’s done. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is!
How to style face framing curls in your hair
If you’re looking for face-framing curls that will last all day, look no further than a hot rollers set. Hot rollers are one of the best ways to get long-lasting curls, and they’re relatively easy to use. Just follow these simple steps:
- Start with clean, dry hair. If your hair is dirty or oily, the hot rollers won’t be as effective.
- Section your hair into small sections. The smaller the sections, the tighter the curl will be.
- Place each roller at the root of a section of hair and wrap the hair around it. Make sure the roller is snug against your head, so it doesn’t fall out.
- Repeat until all of your hair is in rollers.
- Turn on the hot rollers and wait for them to heat up. This usually takes about 5 minutes.
- Once the rollers are heated, start at the back of your head and roll each roller down to the ends of your hair.
- Leave the rollers in for 10-15 minutes or until your hair is completely dry.
- Remove the rollers and style as desired. You can use your fingers to scrunch your hair for more natural-looking waves, or use a brush to create sleek, defined curls.
How to cut face-framing curly layers at home?
Here is a simple tutorial if you have curly hair and want to cut your own face-framing layers. First, start with clean, dry, and styled hair. Next, section off the top layer of hair by parting it from ear to ear. Then, use a comb to create a straight line across the back of your head, about 1 inch above your ears. Next, clip the top layer of hair out of the way. Now you will be working with the bottom layer of hair. Create a horizontal part at the nape of your neck and comb all of the hair below this line forward. Next, take small subsections of hair and cut them into thin layers, following your natural curl pattern. Be sure to cut each piece at a slight angle to blend the layers. When you are finished cutting the bottom layer, release the top layer of hair and cut any pieces that need to be trimmed. Finally, style your hair as usual. You should now have face-framing layers that will accentuate your curls!