The volume is back in style and if you have long curly hair you have natural volume. But this is only if you do not weigh your curls with handfuls of mousse and gel after washing. It is good to have control and have silky rings but the key with hair products is that a little goes a long way even if the hair is not clear. Use salon, quality products when styling your hair. It is more expensive but once again a little bit goes a long way. When your hair is moist, just push a small amount into your hand, the pea size for shoulder length hair and the nickel size for longer hair. The catwalk line is best for styling the hair out of the shower, but only if you use small doses. Spread the product evenly on your hands and rub the hair evenly. Using a hair dryer helps increase the volume but use it sparingly. Your dryer must also have a diffuser connection. It helps to control frizz and curl in your hair and can be one of the most important tools in your hairstyle collection.
Best Flat Iron for Natural Hair As unpredictable as curly hair, one can think that cowlicks would be lost in the madness. But, of course, cowlicks affect everyone equally. This is when hot irons can be your friend. Hot irons are only useful for attacking a cowlick near the head of the head. If you try to stick out with whack curls with a jar iron, they will probably fall later. To fix bed heads or strange curls, just water them and let them air dry. They are natural so let nature do their work. For cowlicks near the base of your head, take a hot iron (straight or curler) and work the stick until it measures with the rest of your waves. There is no way to do this, you simply have to practice until you can get it right. Most importantly, when you go to a hairstyle, find a stylist with a lid like yours. They know what you've gone through and they know how to handle your hair.
Use it Many women are shy from pulling their curly hair into a ponytail, bun or braids. If you are sweating, you have cheeky wings around your head or if some curls are not enough, you have dog ears hanging in front of your face.
Different models of hair braids
Variety There are seven main braids used daily. All braids use three strands of hair at a time. Most braids also use the same type of technique, left over the middle, right over the middle, when you take the hairpiece and weave it on top of the other hair to complete the braid. The closer you braid the hair, the faster the braid will look.
English and French The English braid is the most common type braided. You divide your hair into three strings and begin to braid your neck. The French braid is made the same way, but you start with three hair pieces from the hairline on the forehead instead of the neck. You braid two or three times, then pull in a small amount of hair to one of the pieces that are already available. You do this for each string until you have all the hair in the braid. cornrow Cornrow braid is the main African hair braid design. It is done by braiding the hair into small, thin, dense braids that cut off any air in the hair. They are intertwined extremely close to the scalp in straight lines. Use a pick to separate the hair clearly and begin to weave the hair together along the scalp.
Heidi and crown Heidi braids are made by crossing two braids in the neck and bringing them to the crown of your head and pinching them there. The crown braid is made with a French braid that forms a circle around the head. Start in the middle of the pan with three hair pieces. Start pulling on small pieces of hair in the braid when working against the ear, in the neck, up to the opposite ear and then up to the top of your head. Close all remaining hair strands near the braid to hide it.
Shout and Dutch Ropes are twisted, which means that you twist all hair in one direction until you are done instead of weaving separate parts of your hair. With Dutch braids you begin and fill in the same way as French braids, but instead of using the left-over-middle, right-over-middle technique, use the left-under-middle, right-under-middle technique. Hair braiding has been done for thousands of years. It originates in Africa, but has grown to be known worldwide. Hair braiding can be for women or men. There are many types of braids that fit your style.