Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Curling your hair with rollers!

Hey Guys!
Earlier I was looking around in old boxes and i found my big box of rollers, so i got them out. Next thing i know i decide i'm going to try them out again, and blog about it.
Here's how to do it:
1. Wash your hair with a good shampoo and then condition it just like you usually do
2. Ring out your hair so its not dripping and then gently towel dry- you don't have to be too thorough!
3. Apply an anti frizz hair serum, make sure you really get this in and make sure its in evenly. If your hair doesnt have even the smallest problem with frizz then you can skip this. Mine isnt too bad but its a good step for me :)
4. Section your hair in three sections, the bottom, middle and the top of your head. Tie the top two sections into a bun. The bottom section, you will need to section again according to curl and roller size. I part mine three times at the bottom, and work up
5. Put your hair into the rollers. Start with each part section of the bottom section and then work through the middle and top sections. Make sure you part section each section! (How many times was section used there? Haha )
6. Spray with heat protectant. I used Charles Worthington's salon shine results heat defence spray.
7. Part dry with a hairdryer on high for 20-30 minutes, depending on how long and thick your hair is.
8. Sleep on them! Be careful though! :)
9. Wake up and take them out carefully, starting at the bottom so that you arent getting tangled
10. Gently spray with John Frieda dream curls hair finishing spray, and then lightly spray with your favourite hair spray. Enjoy your gorgeous curls!

I'll post pictures of how mine turned out tomorrow