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How to get the Perfect Curls!

ralhanashwarya

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The best way to get perfect curls is to wash your hair, let them become dry and do not comb leave them for an hour or two and apply serum then use curling rod to get perfect curls.
 

EvaWills89

New member
the best way is to wind the curls on a thin pencil. Just wind the curl on a pencil and press the top with a straightener. And voila - afro-curls that last a very long time.
 

AmberP

Member
I tried it twice and it was a complete failure. Maybe I need to find another video, or maybe someone has some good ideas on how to do it right.
 

shellygrrl

Moderator
Staff member
I tried it twice and it was a complete failure. Maybe I need to find another video, or maybe someone has some good ideas on how to do it right.

What's your hair type, and what does it do naturally once you've washed and dried it?

The video likely isn't for you/your hair type and texture.
 

AmberP

Member
What's your hair type, and what does it do naturally once you've washed and dried it?

The video likely isn't for you/your hair type and texture.
Maybe I am just doing it wrong. My pic is pretty old, I have shorter hair now. Maybe that's why it doesn't work
 

shellygrrl

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Staff member
Maybe I am just doing it wrong. My pic is pretty old, I have shorter hair now. Maybe that's why it doesn't work

You didn't answer my question. What is your hair type and texture? The tutorial video was by someone with thicker, coarser hair that's naturally curly (she's probably a 3b or 3c) and her methods won't work for someone that doesn't have her hair type.

You need a method that works with your hair type and texture.
 

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