Afro-curls are one of the most visible hairstyles this season. But the trend is far from new. Afro-style little curls are a hairstyle that came into vogue back in the 70s. Small curls-springs in the style of the main character of the movie “Curly Sue” create both feminine and rebellious image.
Many celebrities like Rihanna, Beyoncé, Zendaya, and Solange have already tried on small curls. They were joined by Instagram bloggers and influencers who also tried out the trend.
Afro-curls can be made to any length – they look great on hair of any texture and shade.
This styling is suitable for almost everyone because due to the volume, it corrects facial features. Fine curls can last for up to several days (for long-lasting results, use a sea salt texturizing spray). At the same time, it is not necessary to wear loose hair all the time– you can change the images, creating different variations of curly hairstyles.
Afro-style curls can be done in the salon using a special perm or on your own using a convenient technique. It is important to stock up on time and patience here. To recreate that very light and carefree effect, you need to divide your hair into small strands and carefully work each one.
This is an easy option for short or medium lengths.
Another way to make tight curls is to use thin curlers.
After you remove the curlers, do not comb, just sort the curls with your hands. In the end, the hairstyle can be fixed with hairspray.
In order to create small curls, there are special stylers. With their help, you can repeat the styling faster. The smaller the diameter of the heater, the finer the curls themselves will be (usually manufacturers produce such gadgets with a diameter of 10 mm).
The plan of action is about the same as when creating any other curls, but it is necessary to highlight thin strands– about one centimeter.
This method is suitable for girls with medium to long hair. To do this, you need to wash your hair, but do not wait until the hair is completely dry.
These are small tows of fabric (or fabric curlers) that were used to create curls several centuries ago. Their plus is that, unlike curlers, they are practically not felt on the head, and it is more convenient to sleep with them.
We remember how the masters do it in a beauty salon when coloring the hair.
Don’t have time to do it yourself? Find and book one of your local beauty salons!