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Curled Fringe or Bangs Using a Mini Straightener Hair Style Instructons
Curling your fringe with a straightener.
Today I’ll show you how I curl my fringe using a mini straightener.
First brush your fringe and run the straightener over it get rid of any fly aways.
Angle the straightener at 45 degrees and twist it under so the hair is wrapped around the straightener.
Gently pull the straightener away from your face while twisting slightly.
Touch up any areas which didn’t curl completely.
Do so by clamping the straightener on half way and twisting in the direction of the curl.
Repeat on the other side.
So start by straightening the hair and brushing.
Again, clamp at a 45 degree angle but this time the opposite direction.
Rotate the straightener under.
This side has a lot more hair so I like to concentrate on getting that curl right first before I do the rest in sections.
It can take a little more time to get this to work as there is more hair to curl.
When the curl under is perfect, take one third sections and twist them around the straightener into curls.
Working with smaller sections will give you better control.
Do the longest section last.
It can be hard to twist the straightener on this side if you’re right-handed so if it’s easier just come in to the curl from the top angle rather than the bottom.
Keep working it until you are happy with the curls.
I like to curl some longer bits around my face as well to frame it nicely.
This creates a really soft look.
And that’s it!
Add a pretty hair accessory and you’ve got a very pretty casual look!
I think this fringe looks fantastic with ponytails and other updos as well.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching.

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