Chelsea Crockett

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How to Curl Your Hair with a Straightener

Curling your hair with a straightener? What?!  Sounds weird I know, but it’s actually super quick and there are multiple ways to do it!  If you don’t have a curling…

Curling your hair with a straightener? What?!  Sounds weird I know, but it’s actually super quick and there are multiple ways to do it!  If you don’t have a curling iron or aren’t the biggest fan of them, then keep on reading and check out how to curl your hair with a straightener!Chelsea Crockett- curling your hair with a straightener

When curling your hair with a straightener, it’s important to use small to medium chunks of hair rather than big ones. Start by sectioning your hair into a top and bottom layer.  Begin curling the bottom layer by starting at your roots and making a circular motion, twisting the straightener as you move down the strand of hair.  Continue to do this for each layer and you’ll have perfectly loose straightener curls!

Another way to curl your hair with a straightener is to braid your hair into 4 tight braids. Run the straightener down each braid a few consecutive times and then let the braid sit before taking it out.  Once you have straightened each braid and let them sit, take out the braid and loosen your hair.  This will give you perfect beach like waves!  You can even add some sea salt texturizing hair spray to complete your look!

Hope this can make the process of curling your hair a little easier!

XOXO,

Chelsea

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How to Fix a Bad Haircut

Imagine you’re in the moment, “I want bangs and lots of layers!”  Oops, bad mistake. Your hair already has a lot of layers and you have a small forehead already. …

Imagine you’re in the moment, “I want bangs and lots of layers!”  Oops, bad mistake. Your hair already has a lot of layers and you have a small forehead already.  Now it’s just a mess!  The bangs are too short and you look like you have all different lengths of hair.  What do you do now?!  Don’t worry; I’ve got a few brilliant tips to save you from a bad haircut.

  • If you have too many layers, making your hair look really choppy, avoid the flat iron.  Try curling your ends, curling some more than others to make pieces Chelsea Crockett- bad hair cutshorter or longer.  This gives the illusion of blended hair.  Also, slipping on a headband will camouflage stubborn short layers.
  • Hate your new bangs?  No problem!  Lucky for you, there are so many cute half up, half down hairstyles to get those pesky bangs out of the way.  Try twisting your bangs and pinning them up or wearing a hair scarf as a head band.  If you like your bangs but wish they were longer, try blow drying them from above and brushing them straight down.  Once straightened, they will appear longer.
  • If your cut is uneven, avoid the flat iron at all time.  Try curling your hair or call your stylist.  They will usually fix that for free!

Don’t freak out if you hate your new hair!  There’s always another options!

Love,

Chelsea

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