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How To Curl Your Hair In Half The Time

June 24, 2016 by Caroline Pirozzolo
shefinds | beauty

I love beach waves and perfect ringlets as much as the next gal, but there’s no denying that actually getting them takes an INSANE amount of time. But what if I told you that there’s a trick to creating quick curls on the fly that will make you think, “I can’t believe I didn’t think of that?”

The quick fix: pulling your hair into a pony before taking a curling iron to it. Start by brushing your hair and putting it into a high pony. (A height of just above your ears should do the trick.) Be sure to apply heat protectant throughout your ponytail – no damaged ends here! For a budget-friendly heat protectant option, try Aussie Hair Insurance Heat Protecting Shine Spray ($2.99). Take a curling iron and wrap small sections from your pony around the barrel. For maximum speed, a curling wand without a clip works best here – we love the Conair You Big Waves ($34.99), which has a slanted shape that allows you to get a wide range of curl sizes. Once you’ve finished and have let your hair cool, take your hair down – it’s that easy!

No more need to stress – finally, fab curls can easily be attained in a flash.

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