The Best Way to Style Long, Loose Curls
Create these curls in minutes.
If there’s one hairstyle that holds a soft spot in our hearts, it’s the classic long loose curls from the early 2000s. 2019 has turned out to be the year that we are ready to reminisce about the turn of the century. And what used to be 90s nostalgia has been swiftly replaced with a resurgence of trends from the following decade. And, as fashion month continues on in full force, we’ve noticed the long loose curls of the early 2000s absolutely everywhere.
Street style stars and runway models alike have been sporting these long loose curls. Today, we’re giving you the rundown on how to recreate them. Read on:
Long Loose Curls Are Back
Start off by prepping your freshly washed hair with Dove Style+Care Volume Amplifier Mousse. Not only will this give your hair some lift at the roots, but it will also give your strands a sense of memory and that will help the curls last longer.
Let your hair air dry to make the most of your natural texture. Then go in with a 1 1/2-inch curling iron and create loose ringlets throughout your strands. Because these curls are concentrated towards the lower half of your hair, you can focus styling the bottom half of your strands instead. And since you don’t have to spend time separating your hair into sections before curling, this will take you no time at all.
Once all of your hair has been curled and cooled, run a small amount of TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shine Serum through. This helps loosen them up and adds a touch of shine. Lastly, finish up with a mist of Suave Professionals Flexible Control Non-Aerosol Hairspray to hold your style in place.
We love how easy it is to create this effortless yet chic style. And we are always on board for some hairstyle nostalgia!
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