Layered Curls, How To
Try This Triangular Shaped Hairstyle With Layered Curls
Who wouldn’t love volume and lush curl like this? To get this hairstyle, you need medium density hair to start with, but Frances DuBose of London Hair in Mt. Pleasant, SC knows that the real secret lies in lots of layers. She cuts the ends into a slightly curved shape, adding long layers at the ends and shorter layers throughout the top. Hairstyle takes on a slight pyramid shape because there’s more bulk at the bottom. Since the haircut is crafted to be worn without bangs, it’s perfect for pairing with well-shaped brows and dramatic eye makeup. Add subtle high lights in front, and your skin tone will brighten instantly!
This Hairstyle Works Best If:
This Hairstyle Requires:
A roller set. For super curl, use smaller rollers. Start with damp hair and mist on spray gel. Direct the top straight back, turning ends under. Then coax the sides and back down and under, spiraling pieces nearest the face. To speed dry, use your hair dryer with a bonnet attachment that acts as a hood hair dryer. When hair is dried completely, brush from underneath, then finger-style the curls as you mist on finishing spray.
A trim every 6 to 8 weeks.
This Hairstyle is Not Recommended If:
Your hair is coarse or wiry.
Article courtesy of Harris Publications
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