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2016-11-08 09:00:45

Updated Everyday Hair Curl Tutorial



Last week I posted a short tutorial on Snapchat of how I curl my hair. I go back and forth between a few styles, but this ‘middle part with loose waves’ has been my go-to lately. My hair is naturally stick straight, so that’s why I love adding a little bit of wave to it. In this post, I’m using this GHD curling iron (in 1 1/4 inch). I’ve had this one for a few years and it’s been fantastic. It heats up really quickly and is great for traveling. I also have the T3 Twirl, which has interchangeable heads, so if I want tighter or looser curls, I can switch it out. (P.S. for those of you interested, I’m wearing an old Club Monaco lace top (similar here and here) and an old Banana Republic Skirt (similar here)).

 

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I’ve included the Snapchat video below with the step by step process of how I curl my hair. My process is pretty straight forward and easy. For this look, I curl the pieces away from my face and curl them by length of layer. My tip for this style is to always keep the ends out. It gives that beachy-vibe instead of bouncy curls. I also always love how this style falls out throughout the day. It looks good a little messy and I’ll usually let it live for 2-3 days. For product, I don’t do too much. I use this Alterna Oil on the ends of my hair to keep them healthy and shiny. One of my other favorite Alterna products is this leave in conditioner. I use it a few times a month. And the last product is this R+Co Hairspray that my hairstylist got me hooked on.

 

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Everyday Hair Curls from Gal Meets Glam on Vimeo.

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