Tips for changing your hair style
Whether it is switching up your daily hair style, or trying something new for a special night out, it can be especially hard for women to attempt a new way to style their hair. It does not matter if you are dealing with long, short, or medium length hair, every woman faces their individual set of problems when it comes to figuring out their own hair style. Particularly for women on the go who do not have a lot of time to spend on their hair, we need something simple and easy that is guaranteed to work. If you are thinking about switching it up, we first recommend finding a free evening where you can experiment some. That way if it does not work out then you can just wash your hair again and start over instead of getting frustrated to make it work while also running late to meet your friends for a night out. While these problems can also vary depending on the type of hair you have: bone straight, frizzy, or curly, and everything in between, we’ve put together a guide for the best products you should try out for your hair texture.
The beauty of this hair texture is that you do not have to worry about damaging your hair with a blow dryer and hair straightener; however, this can feel very plain after a while. Plug in a curling iron with a small barrel because naturally straight hair sometimes has difficulty holding any curl. While the term spiral curling iron can sound too Shirley Temple for your tastes, don’t put too much hair spray in and the curls should relax naturally on their own to be more of a wave from the original tight spiral curls, adding the perfect amount of volume.
This is a tough texture to have because it naturally is a little wavy, maybe sometimes even curly, but the fly-aways are always way too out of control to wear it out in public naturally. Therefore you have two options, go for a more relaxed straight look with a hair straightener, or try a tapered curling iron. The curling iron barrel will start out small and then get wider towards the handle base. This will help tame the fly-aways and give you a natural looking curl.
While you probably always get so many compliments on how lovely your hair is, you might want to switch it up. Curly hair can be hard to straighten and take a lot of time depending on how fussy your curls are. Instead you might want to try embracing a new type of curl with a triple or double barrel curling iron. This is slightly reminiscent of the 80s hair kinking tools, but the result is more of a natural wave instead of the zig-zag lines from kinking.
Written by Lizzy Jude