I have had several requests for a hair tutorial over the past six months and I have finally delivered! Ha.
My ‘toolkit’ is probably not what you expected, but I feel pretty good about the low-maintenance prices. I’ve been using this Conair curling iron for years and as long as you have the heat setting on high, it does the job as good as any designer curling iron (in my opinion).
My curls do loosen up throughout the day (which I’m okay with), but Garnier Fructis hairspray gives me just the right hold without sacrificing volume or causing crustiness (yuck). If your hair doesn’t hold a curl very well, I recommend blow-drying to give your hair some texture and make sure your iron gets hot enough. If it doesn’t, it may be time for a new one.
I am certainly not a hair specialist, but I hope these tips help.
Thanks for reading!
so pretty! thanks for sharing this! xo
Cute! That's the same way I do mine!
Style in the City
What if you have extra long hair? Is it the same?
I LOVE your style So so much! I think we are fashion twins that have been seperated!! You are Gorg 🙂 xoxo
Such a great tutorial. I love your hair!
xo Emily Beth
You did a great job. simple and clear cut.. loving the blue sweater on you.. xo,
soooo when I post my own post of this same tutorial next week, don't think I'm copying you. haha! you look so lovely, as always. 🙂
The curls look amazing you, love the look! ♥
Love your wavey curls, you make it look so easy 🙂
I love the tutorial, Amanda! Your hair always looks so beautiful. xx. McKenna Lou
Your hair IS amazing so I'll definitely try this.
No matter what I do, I can't get my hair to hold a curl. I'll try this and see what happens. Thanks for sharing!
Chelsea & The City
I can never get my hair to stay put worth a lick!
I tried this last Sunday and it worked! You are stunning!!
great style I follow you