Tutorial: Big Loose Curls

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Hello girlies

I've found one of the best curling irons out there and I absolutely love it. It's very easy and comfortable and it's really worth the cost. You can find it online or at department stores.
It's the Jose Eber Signature Series 25mm. (there are smaller sizes)

 Here are some photos to teach you how I normally curl my hair.
Ofcourse, like you normally straighten or do anything with your hair, you divide it into parts. Sometimes when I'm in a hurry, I do it fast and I don't divide it carefully but it turns out just fine, except a little bit messier(bed head/good messy)

Take a piece of hair and flip it backwards (AWAY from your face)

Flip it backwards again (flat, dont let your hair twist)

Till the end of the hair. Don't let your fingertips touch the iron, it WILL burn! Although a good thing about this curling iron is that it comes with a cloth glove so you can hold your hair on to the iron.

And you do it to any piece that's still straight, and you eventually get this, after that you can keep it the way it is, or comb it a little with your fingers, to open up the curls.

You can always choose where the curls start from.

Here it is from the back, after brushing it with my fingers to separate the curls

I hope you enjoyed this post =) 
Have fun curling 

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