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NelAntarctic Mon 04-Jul-16 20:39:15


I want to curl my hair so I've just bought a waving wand on Amazon. I known I'll need something else but what?

Someone recommended Bumble and Bumble. It looks pricey. Any advice?

FeliciaJollygoodfellow Mon 04-Jul-16 22:59:48

If you are using heat to curl you don't need curly hair stuff. You need heat protector and something to hold the style.

Personally I use three day straight and then use a curl want but my hair is naturally curly. What do you normally use? And how do you normally style your hair?

PurpleDaisies Mon 04-Jul-16 23:02:15

I like the frizz ease range, particularly the mousse, but I've got quite naturally curly hair so it is fairly easy to style.

NelAntarctic Mon 04-Jul-16 23:40:53

Thanks both.

Felicia, I just run some Argan oil through it now and again. I stopped straightening it last year when straighteners bust and I never replaced them.

Now that hair is a little longer, I've been persuaded to wave it. I don't want crispy surf-God look, something gentler.

NelAntarctic Tue 05-Jul-16 05:19:46


FeliciaJollygoodfellow Tue 05-Jul-16 10:44:02

You'll probably be ok with just some heat spray. I find the tresemme one is pretty good - a bit like a really mild hairspray?

Just make sure you wave away from your face, use the gloves and hold the curl in your hand for a few seconds to allow it to cool slightly.

I tend to part my hair vertically in about 6 or 7 sections and curl each section. When shaken out it looks lovely, really natural and beachy.

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