Something about a hair flip that snaps back just makes you feel like your best self! There's more than one way to get it done. Here's 6 different ways to master a head of bouncing and behaving curls. 3 with heat and 3 without. You can decide which method works best for you and your hair or your desired look! 








C4G

This is the most traditional of all the options. Keep in mind that in general it’s not about how you curl it's about how it cools. The Babyliss spring 1.25 iron is a good size to use because it allows you to curl smaller sections which makes for more volume when you comb the curls out.  

curls for the girls

Curling your hair with a flatiron can be slightly triggering. Bringing back memories of all the times you wanted your hair straight and they just wanted to ''bump'' the ends. Doing full curls with a flat iron won’t give you that same stiff bump under from your childhood.  

curls for the girls

Definitely our favorite heated method. Wand curls are so versitle you can give yourself loose beach waves or tight bouncy spring curls with the same tool! 




curls for the girls

curls for the girls

Flexirods on dry hair turn out fluffy and high in volume. Using a curl sealer helps to maintain definition 

curls for the girls

This is definitely the most time-consuming method, so we suggest doing this still a day or two before hand. On a wet head mousse and style milk will hydrate your hair as it dries around the rod leaving you with a super tight coil. 

curls for the girls

Bantu Knots are one of the easiest methods because aside from a comb they don’t require any tools and if you take your time the knots themselves can be a hairstyle all their own. All you need a leave-in conditioner to control frizz and add hydration and shine. 

 


Everyone has their own go to method for curls. Our job is to make sure you know all the options! Don't forget to tag #BoxBeautyco with a picture of your results.  

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