Hair Curling with a flat iron straightener can be a work of art if you look at it from our perspective. For you to make full and bouncy curls that don’t end up looking like ringlets, take some dedication and practice. It takes a while to get the hang of it, but once you do, this technique can help you achieve beach curls that look amazing and red-carpet worthy every time. Follow our easy to use guide and learn how to get those beautiful curls you’ve always dreamed of.
Preparing To Curl Your Hair With a Flat Iron Hair Straightener
ONE: Start with Hair Clean and Dry.
It is necessary to start with well cleaned and dry hair. Ensure your hair has been washed at least within past 24 hrs and properly dried. This is because the more damp or wet your hair is the more difficult it will be to curl and dirty hair wont hold shape for long either.
NOTE: If you use a blow-dryer try to use a hair mousse. This would give your hair extra volume and make it look more full and thick as you curl and style.
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TWO: Curl Hair With The Right Flat Iron Straightener
For best results and ease of styling, your hair straightener should between about 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5 cm) in width from its plate to the handle and come with rounded edges so it can form smooth curls easily.
This is also necessary so you can hold and work with the iron for longer without pains and fatigue.
- Ensure you’re using a good quality flat iron straightener. The best Flat Irons make your work faster, deliver smoother hair curls and do little or no damage to your hair unlike the poor-quality irons. The quality of iron you use will also impact your hair shine and the consistency of curls made.
NOTE: For the best results we recommend TellGrade Hair Straightener and Curler 2 in 1 with Smart Prof-Flow Care that massages your hair for better shine and strength as it boost your hair’s natural collagen production giving you over 60% better and stronger shine and curl.
- Using TellGrade Flat Iron, heat up iron to minimum temperature required for your hair with a single turn of the rotary dial heat selector at the end of iron. For fine and thin hair, use the low end of the heat selector dial keeping below 300 degrees, while for normal hair you can use between 300 to 380 degrees. Only turn dial between 350 to 400 for thick, coarse, or frizzy hair.
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THREE: Apply Thermal Spray
Here you have 2 options:
1. You can apply heat protectant or thermal spray to create a protective barrier in between your hair and the flat iron to prevent your hair from burn. Spray over all your hair without combing.
2. If your using a TellGrade Hair Straightener, it comes with automatic protection for your hair with its hair massaging components.
- For thick hair, spray on each section of your making sure you hit the bottom hair layers.
- Comb out hair tangles.
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FOUR: Separate Hair into Multiple Sections.
For ease of handling, its best to part your hair into small individual sections. The thicker your hair, the more the sections you’ll have to make. So pick out the section you want to work on and tie the rest of your hair up into a bun on your head to get it out of the way.
- Set aside enough sections for your first layer of curls. Start at the bottom of your hair near your scalp working with 1 to 3 inches of hair at a time for best results. Leave the rest of your hair rolled up in a bun onto your head.
- For layer symmetry, work layer by layer, only letting down a layer at a time to work on.