Can you get curly locks using a hair straightener? It's easy to do it yourself at home, suggests celebrity hairstylist Asgar Saboo.
A simple and quick way to achieve big and bold curls is to use a hair straightener, as the resulting curls from the flat iron are lose and bouncier.
Here's an easy step-by step guide to master the art of chic curling from home:
* Brush your hair thoroughly to make sure your tresses are tangle free and smooth before you begin. Make sure you hair is completely dry before using the straighteners.
* Apply a heat protection spray and comb through. It's important not to skip this step as this creates a barrier between the hair and the straightener.
* Part your hair in three sections: upper, middle and lower, then apply hairspray to each section and clip them up.
* Patiently work on the layers beginning at the bottom of your scalp. Grabbing section by section, clamp the iron and turn it back on itself a half turn gliding the straightener near the hair roots towards the ends and softly twisting it at the same time.
* When all the sections have been curled, gently run your fingers through your hair to get a soft tousled look and apply a strong-hold hairspray to keep the curls in place.