How to Curl Long Hair in 4 Easy Ways

Get gorgeous curls at home! Check out four easy to curl your hair in this tutorial.
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There are several ways to curl your long hair. You can use a curling iron, plastic hair rollers, laverag rollers, or create curls along with an updo. And the best part? You can do all of them at home! All you need are simple hairstyling tools and the right technique to achieve enviable waves and curls. Ready? Here’s how to curl long hair in four ways.

1

Section your hair

Divide your hair into top, middle, and bottom sections. Clip the top and middle sections separately.

2

Start curling

Get a small section of hair and wrap it around the barrel of your curling iron for about three seconds. Then, release your hair by slowly pulling the curling iron down.

3

Continue

Keep curling your hair one section at a time. When you’re done with the bottom section, curl the top and middle sections.

4

Accessorize

Add a metallic headband to make your curly hairstyle elegant.

5

Done!

Look gorgeous with this ‘do. It’s perfect for a romantic dinner date at home or a virtual wine session with your friends. Have fun!

1

Roll the front section

Take a section of hair in front and wrap it outwards around a hair roller. Roll until you reach the top of your head. Clip your hair roller.

2

Do it to the other sections

Now, take a section of hair at the side and roll it inwards. Continue until you’ve rolled all sections of your hair.

3

Set your curls

Blow-dry your hair while you have your hair rollers on. Afterwards, unclip your rollers and gently take them out one by one. Finger-comb your curls to loosen them, then spray TRESemmé Salon Finish Extra Hold Hairspray to make them last longer.

4

Hello, curls!

Using hair rollers is an easy way to make curls and waves. This hairstyling technique comes in handy when you want to add volume to your thick hair. Master it, and curl your hair effortlessly!

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1

Section your hair

Clip the upper half section of your hair. Leave the rest loose.

2

Start with one laverag roller

Insert the hook into your laverag roller. Then, hook the end to a small section of your hair. Pull this section of hair into the laverag roller. If you have long hair, use two rollers in one section of hair.

3

Continue

Repeat the process to all sections of your hair. Then, leave the rollers on for 25 to 30 minutes.

4

Remove the rollers

Gently pull out your rollers one by one. When done, finger-comb your hair and twist the curls to make them more defined. Then, spray TRESemmé Salon Finish Extra Hold Hairspray.

5

Done!

Using laverag rollers is one way to curl your hair without using heat. You get beautifully shaped curls sans the heat-damage. How wonderful is that?

1

Section your hair

Divide your hair into top and bottom sections. Clip the upper section. Then, tie the bottom section into a low ponytail using a clear elastic. Leave small sections of hair loose.

2

Spray and make a bun

Spritz TRESemmé Salon Finish Extra Hold Hairspray on your low ponytail while twisting it to keep all strands in place. Then, make a low bun and secure it with bobby pins.

3

Repeat

Do the same to the upper section of your hair. After tying your hair with a clear elastic, gently pull up some sections to add volume to your ‘do. Then, spritz hairspray and create another bun.

4

Curl your hair

Get a curling iron with a small barrel. Wrap one loose section of hair around the barrel to curl it. Continue until you curl all loose sections. When you’re done, spritz TRESemmé Salon Finish Extra Hold Hairspray again to make the curls last.

5

All set!

Now, you’re all glammed up. Your hair is an elegant updo with loose curls that make your ‘do look relaxed and chic. What’s not to love?

With these easy ways to curl long hair, you can easily get a mini-makeover just by using your trusty curling iron or hair rollers. You can curl your hair like a pro right in your own home!

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