Step 3:

Once hair is completely untangled, make a clean part down the middle of your scalp. Use a clip or a hair tie to secure both sections of hair.

Note: It is important to curl hair in sections because it makes the process easier and it ensures that parts of your hair don’t go uncurled. When curling hair you can start with either the right or left side. Complete one side (from base of neck to the middle part of your head) before starting on the other side.
<p>Hi, this step is where I have a problem; I did exactly what the tutorial says, but the final effect is.... completely straight hair. Help?</p>
THis does fuck
<p>I will try this one with my karmin g3</p>
Good stuff! If you like what you are doing, enroll in a <a href="http://www.canadianbeautycollege.com" rel="nofollow">beauty school</a>. I'm sure you will love it!
This is what I did to my hair and it came out very nice <a href="http://howtofixstuff.blogspot.com/2012/03/how-to-curl-your-hair.html" rel="nofollow">http://howtofixstuff.blogspot.com/2012/03/how-to-curl-your-hair.html</a>
Just got a new salon-grade flat iron for my birthday, which was yesterday Btw and this looks fun! Will do!
your hair looks nice even without the curls yet! :)
Clear instructions and lovely pictures!<br><br>I've always wondered how to do this, thank you so much.
Great photos! Probably the best tutorial I've seen for this. And thanks for including the recommended temperatures... I'm flat iron impaired. :D

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