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Sean Cook for Daily Mail (2009)

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What you will need:

Round Brush (Optional)
Large Curlers or A Wide Barrel Curling Iron
Double Prong Hair Clips

Step 1: Brush your hair and make it smooth. Portion out your hair, so that you can work layer by layer. Whether you are doing this wtiha curling iron or a set of large curlers, work as you go up your head, and clip curls accordingly. Start with the back base of your head and clip up all the rest of your hair.

Step 2: So basically, you are going for large soft curls, so you don't want them to be too flat or too tight (ex: ringlets). Grab a inch to two inch section of your hair and wrap it around your curling iron or hair curler. If using a curler go ahead and clip this section and move on the the next bit. If using a curling iron, hold for 30 seconds or so, and then release the curl. Roll the curl back up with your fingers, and using the double prong hair clips, clip the curl to your head so it stays in the curl for the remainder of the time your curling your hair. Once you finish that section, unclip the top of your hair and layer out the next section. Repeat this step until your hair is all the way curled and pinned.

Step 3: Alright, now that you have gotten everything all curled and clipped, apply some strong hold hairspray. Let it sit for a few minutes, perhaps while getting ready for a particuler event. After letting is sit staring at the base of your head, carefully unclip the curls. After all of the curls have been let down, apply some more hairspray. If you feel the curls are too tight, before you more hairspray, get your round brush and gently comb out the curls using a flipping motion as you get to the base of your hair.

Tips & Suggestions: Remember that curls hold differently on everybody. Some of you may need to comb out the tight ones, and others will have trouble getting them tight enough. I advise that you inspect the tightness and bounce of the curl, once you pull it out of the curling iron or curler.