by Sunnys Girl September 10, 2014

Lala Anthony with Wavy Virgin Indian Hair

Q.  Once I straighten my Indian Hair I'd like to add my own waves or curls but I find that unless I use a lot of hairspray the curls or waves don't hold.  How can I change this?

A.  That is a great question.  There's nothing worse than creating a gorgeous cascade of curls only to have your hair be flat and straight hours later. If you want to lock in your waves or curls after straightening your Indian Hair extensions. The key to having long lasting waves or curls on Indian Hair is to allow the curls to cool in the wave or curl.  We recommend using a lightweight flexible hair spray to help seal the cuticle when using either curling wand or big barrel curling irons.  After you complete each curl pin it place or my favorite tip is to place the hair onto a flexi-rod right after you complete curling it.  Allow your hair to cool while you finish getting ready and then remove the pins and you should have gorgeous curls or waves that last all day that still look soft the the touch and have an effortlessness about them. 

Sunnys Girl
Sunnys Girl

Lover of all things beauty...but especially hair. Grew up working in her family's hair supply store and now runs the website! Writes fun and interesting commentary for hairnistas around the world.

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