One of the best ways to glam up and elevate your look is by curling those gorgeous locks. Yes, we may all be on a lockdown, but that doesn’t mean you need to skip styling your hair!
There are simple ways to get those waves on your own even you’re at home. In this article, we've compiled some ways on how to curl long hair — because hey, who has the time to cut their hair during this quarantine period, right? Might as well amp up your hair style while you’re at it! Read along!
Using a traditional iron
Just like old times, there no better way to create curls fast and instant than using a traditional iron. For proper curling of your long hair, divide your hair into top, middle, and bottom sections. First, get a small section of hair and wrap it around the barrel for three seconds then release your hair slowly.
Use the rollers
For those who have a lot of time in their hands, you can opt for curling your long hair with regular rollers. The first step would be taking a section of hair in the front and wrap it outwards around a hair roller, then clip your hair roller. Next would be taking a section of hair at the side and roll it inwards. When all is set, use a blow dryer for faster curling time. Remove them one by one and gently hand comb them.
To avoid further hair damage from using a curling iron, try braiding your hair. Start by washing your hair with a Mayraki Silky Smooth Proactive Hair Treatment and semi-drying it up with a cloth. Separate it from 2 or 3 sections of hair from top to bottom near the neck, tie it up and leave it for the whole day. You can use a hairspray to prolong the curly hair.
Doing a hair bun is also an effortless way to curl your hair. This style is perfectly versatile and can be done in many ways.
Whatever process you decide on how to curl your hair, don’t forget to accessorize as well, by putting on some bandana, a headband, or a clip. For more hair tips like this, keep it locked here on our official website. Have a great hair day!