Once again I have another hair tutorial for you all this week - I've been rediscovering hair tricks that I haven't used for a while & this weeks tutorial is one of the tricks I haven't used for a while but now its my go to thing to do!
Usually, I crimp my hair using Babyliss wave crimpers as I asked for them as a gift for my birthday, but before I received them I used to crimp my hair like this all the time! If you're a regular reader (thank you!) you'll know that I posted a overnight version to crimp your hair, which is all well and good, but some days we don't want to have to wash our hair to get the results quickly and easily. And not everyone has crimpers but heres the solution (lets get into it!):
Before you start:
So when your straighteners are heated up you're ready to begin crimping!
1) Start at the top of the section which you would like to crimp - larger sections make bigger waves and smaller sections make, well smaller ones!
2) Tilt your straighteners upwards and hold for around 3 - 7 seconds
3) Once you've held it for the selected amount of time, go down you hair by 2 inches or by the width of your straighteners and then clamp down and tilt the straighteners forwards (I've tried to show it in the clip above!)
4) Carry on down you hair and swap the direction after every clamp (upwards, downwards, upwards, downwards etcetc.)
See you in the next blog post,