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Using hairspray - August 3rd 2010, 07:01 PM

I want to start using hair spray so when i curl my hair (well, I say curl - it just goes wavy. My hair will NOT curl ) i want it to stay that way as long as poss.

Is there a good cheap hairspray I can buy to do this and if so how do I use it?

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Re: Using hairspray - August 5th 2010, 05:01 PM

Hmmmm,

I curled my hair for my prom, and I have naturally straight hair.
My sister - who's amazing with that sort of stuff - used a 'strong hold' hairspray so that it stayed in place.
The only downside is that your hair feels like concrete :/

Thats the only suggestion I really have.

Maybe you could try something like this? http://www.boots.com/en/Pantene-Pro-...y-300ml_18381/


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Re: Using hairspray - August 5th 2010, 05:15 PM

If you spray it on the brush that you are using the hair spray gets put on you hair evenly and makes it less concrete like.

How are you curling you hair?
If you are using velcro rollers put the hair spray on before putting the rollers in, like in this video.
http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-use-rollers
   
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Re: Using hairspray - August 5th 2010, 09:48 PM

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How are you curling you hair?
If you are using velcro rollers put the hair spray on before putting the rollers in, like in this video.
http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-use-rollers
I'm using GHD straighteners. They came with a DVD on how to get glamorous curls - you put the straighteners on the hair, turn it 90 degrees and slowly bring them down the bit of hair you're doing. On the woman on the DVD that instantly gives her gorgeous curls. For me - I'm lucky if it goes slightly wavy

I might try rollers actually, my mum has some




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Re: Using hairspray - August 5th 2010, 10:14 PM

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I'm using GHD straighteners. They came with a DVD on how to get glamorous curls - you put the straighteners on the hair, turn it 90 degrees and slowly bring them down the bit of hair you're doing. On the woman on the DVD that instantly gives her gorgeous curls. For me - I'm lucky if it goes slightly wavy

I might try rollers actually, my mum has some
I have GHDs and when I try and curl my hair that way it just ends up wavy, I have no idea how they do it.

When I use the rollers my hair curls properly and normally stays in. The only bit that is really annoying is that I have to leave them in a bit longer than recommended to get the curls right.
   
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Re: Using hairspray - August 5th 2010, 10:25 PM

I use L'oreal elnett hair spray, it's really good and my hair doesn't hold well either. I like it because it's a light one but it still works well


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