Curly Hairstyles for Teen Ladies 2019
Ever dreamed of having curly hair at the tips and with a smooth root? Some people are already born with these characteristics in the wires – and we explain how this happens in this matter here – but also you can achieve the effect with some quick tricks, homemade and best of all: without chemistry! Want to know how to do it? Check out!
TRICK 1. SLEEP WITH A HAIR TOUCH
Sleeping with a hair cap, which can be silk even a pantyhose, which is thin and does not cause frizz, can leave its root more “low” the next day. To make the trick work, the tip is to sleep with a bun or a braid, taking care to split the wires the way you intend to use the next day: for example, avoid combing the threads back if you like to use the hair distributed in half or side. If I did that, by releasing the cap, the root might get taller than you intended!
TRICK 2. USE CLIPS
Hair clips also give a help in lowering the root and “stretching” the wires. Bet on those that are longer to get a good deal of the top wires and fix them with your hair divided in half. The tip is to fasten the hairpins with dry hair so it is not marked with the shape of the accessories.
If you like the “smooth” root only on the front of the hair, the smaller traditional grapots will help: fasten one on each side, with hair split in half, and take some time out.
TRICK 3. FINALIZE CACHEATED HAIR TO LEAVE LISA ROOT
The time to finish curly hair is a good time for you to leave your root smoother. In the grooming, try to “stretch” the root with the combing cream, wicking the wicks. Then knead the ends of the ends only half the length of the hair.
Thus, its root can become more “wavy” while the rest of the strands are naturally curly and well defined.
TRICK 4. USE DRYER ON ROOT ONLY
Another trick that can help make the root less clogged is to dry the wires with the dryer only in that part of the hair, since the heat helps to smooth the wires. The tip is to use a small round brush, so as not to compromise the curls of the length of your hair.