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SOFT CURLS TWISTED HALF-UP

PROFESSIONAL’S HAIRSTYLING TUTORIAL

SOFT CURLS
TWISTED HALF-UP

SOFT CURLS TWISTED HALF-UP

Making Soft Curls

Making Hair Perfectly Straight

STEP 1:
Sectioning hair for easy styling

Apply your chosen heat protectant to your hair.
Divide your hair into small sections to effectively style this look.
Secure any excess hair with clips.

Sectioning hair for easy styling

STEP 2:
Take a bundle of hair to create curl

Starting with the lowest layer of hair, take a small bundle of hair
about 3-5 cm wide and clamp it firmly between the plates.

• Do not try to style an overabundance of hair at once. Select a bundle of hair small
enough to wrap around the straightener to easily create curls in one pass.
• Bigger sections of hair will produce bouncier, looser curls while smaller sections of
hair produce tighter curls.

Take a bundle of hair to create curl

STEP 3:
Rotate the straightener inwards

Slide the straightener down to the spot to curl, and then rotate a
half turn inwards.
Hold the straightener in position momentarily, and then slide it
downward slowly to the tips of the hair.

* Rotate the straightener a full turn for stronger curls.
* Make sure to keep the hair taut while tilting the straightener 10 degrees
towards the back of your head to create elegant curls.

Rotate the straightener inwards

STEP 4:
Curl the rest of your hair in the same way

Remove the clip to let down the hair in the next section to curl.
Use these same steps to curl the rest of your hair.

Curl the rest of your hair in the same way
SUPER-SLEEK STRAIGHT PONYTAIL

        Professional’s tips

        Mix inward and outward curls

         Rotate the straightener under and around to produce an inward
         curl, or over and around to produce an outward curl. Change the
         angle to reverse the curl.
         Alternate the size and direction of curls in random sections of hair
         to produce an even more vibrant hairstyle.

Professional’s tips
Professional’s tips
Professional’s tips
Professional’s tips

STEP 5:
Complete the soft curls

Loosen your curls into place gently with your fingers to finish
your hairstyle.

Complete the soft curls

A Tip for Elegance : The Twisted Half Up

A Tip for Style : The Ponytail

STEP 6:
Split your hair on each side

Split a section of hair on the front right side of your head, and
then twist it gently to keep the hair out of the way. Repeat this
step on the left side as well.

Split your hair on each side

STEP 7:
Give volume to the top-back section of hair

Lift the top-back section of hair upwards, and then gently comb underneath
the hair toward the scalp to add a little volume.
Let the hair down, and then comb it into place.

Give volume to the top-back section of hair

STEP 8:
Twist and secure the front section

Pull and twist the hair in place slightly off center at the back of
the head, and then secure it in place with a bobby pin.
Repeat this step for the other side as well.

Twist and secure the front section

STEP 9:
Complete the twisted half-up

Complete the twisted half-up

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