Tight curls, loose curls, whatever you fancy! but we love curls and Sophie Kasaei shows this off! here’s is how we achieve Sophie’s look with just a few easy steps…
step 1: Washing your hair!
Once hair is washed twice and all the grime is out of your hair, start by using our black caviar hair mask. This is an important step as dry, damaged hair won’t hold a curl better than a moisturized curl.
step 2: preparing for the curls!
Once your hair is washed and towel-dried, start by applying our 12 in 1 multi-action hair cream. Not only will this product detangle your hair it mends split ends and protects your hair from heat damage. Which is vital for maintaining healthy hair or restoring hair. Now start by roughly blow-drying the hair until the hair is 100% dry.
step 3: choosing the right tool.
We are going for a tight curl, so we are going for the smallest barrel but you can choose whatever size you want depending on how tight or lose you want your curl. Always remember picking the right temperature for your hair is so important!
For fine or damaged hair: 180*F to 370*F.
For normal, healthy hair: 375*F to 395*F.
For thick hair: 400*F to 420*F.
Step 4: curling of the hair.
- Split your hair into sections (no more than an inch each), from the base to the top. Secure with clips or grips.
- Pick up a section from the bottom layer. This section should be no more than an inch wide, otherwise the heat will have less impact. Less heat = weaker curls.
- Starting from the base, wrap your hair around the wand, working up. Curl away from your face – you don’t want to burn yourself!
- Hold in place for 10 seconds max, If you want loose curls, hold for less.
- Repeat steps 2 and 3 on the rest of your hair.
- Gently run your fingers through your hair to separate the curls slightly and then use our black caviar volume builder powder for maximum volume on the root. For even more volume use a backcombing brush to backcomb your hair.
- Finish with our fashionsta edition hairspray.
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