How to Curl Short Hair
Curling short hair is really easy when you have the right tools (plus, it’s super adorable)! Just follow these steps and you’ll have a gorgeous go-to hairstyle added to your arsenal...
Start with a Texturizing Spray
Our favorite is Kenra's Platinum Working Spray 14. It is a weightless formula made to provide added volume, texture, and shine. Just spray it throughout your hair while it’s dry or damp (be sure to let it air dry before going through the following steps). Shape with your fingers.
Apply Heat Protectant
Before you ever use heat on your hair, be sure to use a heat protectant. Otherwise, your strands will become weak, brittle, and riddled with flyaways (yikes)! Try PRAVANA’s Nevo Invisible Control Heat-Activated Thermal Protectant.
Part Your Hair
Starting at the top of your ears, section your hair into two parts then gently tie back the top half. You will be working on the bottom layer first.
Take a curling wand and create large curls in the front, then work your way backwards, letting them get a bit smaller. You want to wait to apply hair spray until the end so that your curls look more natural.
Shake it Out
Let your hair cool for a few minutes when you finish styling. Then, take your fingers and shake your curls out so that they loosen a bit. This will also help them look more natural.
Finish it Off
Go through your gorgeous new locks with your texturizing spray once again, this time focusing at the roots. Finish it all off with some hairspray and you’re done!
Watch this video to see the finished look:
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