Introduction: Rag Curls
Rag curls are a cute and easy look to have fun with. Rag curls were popular in the 1800s and still used by many today. Heat is not needed but can be used. When done, longer hair will look like Rose in Titanic. If you have shorter hair, it will give you a Shirley Temple look.
The curls will go to wavy after a few days. A wash in warm water also loosen the curl.
Step 1: Materials
An old t-shirt or fabric
Mousse or gel
Brush and comb
Step 2: Making the Rag Strips
Use the scissor and cut the t-shirt into 2 x 8 strips. Stretch and shake them after cutting, this will remove any lint made. You'll notice in the picture the material, curled in a bit, that is fine.
Step 3: Wrapping the Hair
With hair damp, section off the hair using clips. Part the hair, leaving a 2 x 2 on the scalp. Take the strand put a small amount of mousse or gel on the strand. Take the end of the strand and wrap up towards the scalp. Use the ends of the rag to tie closed. Repeat all over the head, until all hair has been tied up.
Step 4: Let Dry
If you can, leave it overnight- that is best. You can speed it up by using a blow dryer.
Step 5: Undo Rags and Enjoy!
Untie the rags and unwrap the hair. Style to your liking.
In the before and after pictures, the top one was left in overnight. The bottom one was blown dry for 10 minutes. The longer it is left in, the tighter the curl.
Enjoy and please comment with pics showing your results!