We can't get enough of how versatile curly hair can be. One day you can embrace your frizz and wear it big and voluminous, and the next day you can create shiny, defined curls with a few easy steps. No matter how you wear your hair, this tutorial featuring the latest from Carol’s Daughter will give you some easy-to-follow tips on getting the curly look you're going for. Whether it's super defined, big and voluminous, or pinned back for a more professional look.
What you'll need
- Bobby pins
- Gentle cleanser
- Detangling product such as Carol’s Daughter 4-In-1 Combing Crème
- Your favorite detangling tool
Wash your hair with a gentle cleanser or co-wash like Carol's Daughter Hair Milk Cleansing Conditioner.
To detangle, apply a detangler like Carol's Daughter Hair Milk 4-In-1 Combing Creme throughout freshly co-washed, wet hair. Then take your favorite detangling tool, whether it's a wide tooth comb, a brush or your fingers, and run it through your hair
Separate your hair into 2-4 sections to make it easier to work with. Then starting with the bottom section, take a 1-inch section and twirl it around your fingers to create a tight twist. Continue this step until all of your hair is coiled. Depending on how much hair you have, you may have 10-15 twists when you are done.
To unravel the coils, rub a small amount of Carol's Daughter 4-In-1 Combing Creme between your palms and fingers and begin unraveling and untwisting the coils, separating them into individual curls. Doing this with a light coating of smoothing product on your hands will help prevent frizz. The more you unravel, the more volume you will have. This step is really up to your personal preference.
Optional Step 5
You could stop here and wear your hair down, but if you'd like to style your hair (or change things up on day 2 or 3) you can take a small section above one of your ears and twist it towards the back of your head. Then use bobby pins to secure it in place and add an accessory if you like.
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This post is sponsored by Carol's Daughter.