Our hair tutorial this week shows how to create gorgeous spiral curls using a curling wand.
"The Princess" has been wearing these curls quite often to school lately. She loves that these curls will last 2 days with minimal time spent doing her hair on the second morning! On the third day, we usually use the leftover curls to make a cute updo or textured braided style.
We are loving the modern look of these wand curls. In my opinion, the curl pattern ends up looking much more natural than a standard curling iron ringlet.
We used the smallest attachment (19mm) in our NuMe "Curl Jam Set" for this tutorial, as the Princess prefers tighter curls. But, if you are wanting loose curls, or waves (which are so popular right now) you can use the same technique we used in our video (below) with a larger barrel instead.
Curling Wand Curls Video Tutorial. (Click here to watch the video directly on YouTube.)
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Supplies needed to recreate these curls:
- Curling wand. We used the NuMe Curl Jam Set with the 19mm attachment.
- Heat Protectant (optional, but highly recommended.)
- Argan Oil (optional.)
- Finishing hairspray (optional.)
- Heat resistant glove (optional.)
FYI, I am not a huge fan of using heat daily, as I feel like it is quite damaging to your hair. But, we have found that if we use a good heat protectant and only "heat style" occasionally, the damage is minimal and the results are worth it. Sometimes you just want cute curls and don't have time for "no heat" alternatives. I would also recommend using the lowest heat setting, for the least amount of time possible (that will still curl your hair.) Products such as leave in conditioners, oils, and deep conditioning treatments regularly can also help.
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