Step 1 : Using a round brush, dry your hair and make sure it’s completely dry.
Step 2 : Twist your hand in a spiral motion when releasing hair from the round brush. You’ll end up with a pretty, spiral wave. Continue until your hair is completely dry.
Step 3 : Using either a 1-inch curling iron or wand, wrap 1-2 inch sections of your hair around the iron. Don’t do a spiral wrap; hold the iron so it is perpendicular to your head. This will create a relaxed waved that doesn’t start right at the root.
Step 4 : Lift a few sections at the crown of your head and tease for some volume. Do this in layers so you don’t end up with a “rat’s nest” effect. Don’t forget to smooth out the top!
Step 5 : Finish with a great hairspray. You can loosen your curls a bit more by running your fingers through it.
Step 1 : Spray some texturizer into your hair to give it hold. Next, grab a section of hair from the front left (or right) side of your head and pull it across the back of your head. Secure in place with a bobby pin.
Step 2 : Take a piece of hair from the base of your neck and tuck it over the first piece of hair. Secure with another pin.
Step 3 : Continue to take pieces from the base of your neck and tuck them into the roll. Continue using pins to ensure a good hold.
Step 4 : Once you’ve reached the opposite side of your head, pull the majority of your hair into a ponytail right by your ear and tie with an elastic.
Step 5 : Take the remaining free section and pull it next to your ear and underneath the base of the pony. Wrap it over the top and around again until there’s virtually no hair left.
Step 6 : Secure the remaining end of the loose strand under the pony with a bobby pin to keep it hidden.