12 Simple Everyday Hairstyles
Medium to Long Hair: If You Have 20 Minutes
Changing your hair’s texture dramatically transforms your look. It is also time-consuming and involves (potentially damaging)
heat styling, so save it for special occasions.
Apply mousse to damp hair. Blow-dry, tousling with your fingers. Make a loose center part.
Using a curling wand, wind a section of hair away from your face. The wand doesn’t have a clamp, so it creates smoother curls (no weird crimps) on long hair. Pause for 20 to 30 seconds, then gently slide hair off. Repeat all over.
Run your fingers through the ringlets to separate them into bigger waves. Spritz with hair spray to help them hold their shape. For more help using your curling iron, watch this video on how to curl hair.
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