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  1. Kelly says

    Thanks so much for posting this! I have naturally curly hair, so I’ve never used a curling iron before. Sometimes I wish I could ‘reshape’ parts of my messy look, and I think I’ll definitely try this out the next time I need to fix my hair!

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  2. Thanks for the tips ! My hair is so hard to curl but I’m going to try your tips next time. Your hair is gorgeous !

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  3. Alyssa says

    So pretty! My strategy is pretty similar to yours, except I use a clipless curing iron. Also, your shirt is adorable!

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  4. Mel Stevens says

    awesome awesome awesome! I’m gonna go grab my karmin g3 clipless!!! thanx a lot

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  5. vivien says

    Thanks for the awesome tutorial! I’m trying this with my Karmin clipless, it’s professional.

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  6. Thanks so much for this article! I’ve been wanting to get a curling iron for some time but have been a bit unsure about what to do! So this is definitely a big help :)

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  7. Bethany Simpkins says

    Where did you get your shirt? I must have one!

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  8. Monique says

    thank u for the tips, very nice, I will try that with my karmin g3 clipless, it’s very similar to a wand and makes awsm curls . :)

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  9. Lianna says

    this is great! I always get frustrated and give up. I bought hot rollers but i don’t like the curl as much lol

    <3 Lianna J @ Salem Style Crochet

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  10. Gena says

    Love this hairstyle! So sweet!
    xo
    Blush and Blossoms

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  11. wow says

    Thanks for your good infomation~~~~^.^ helpful!

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  12. NYCE says

    i want to know how to use my curling iron., and now that i know, i can make my hair curly, thanks for the teps!

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  13. LAUREN says

    Great article! really appreciate the step by step pix too. What brand / model curling iron did you use?

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  14. Helen says

    Brilliant! Finally a tutorial I can make sense of! The pictures help especially! Thanks :)

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  15. Jen says

    So cute! I have the same length hair, and sooo excited to try this! I was really depressed today- and this actually cheered me up some. Hope my hair turns out as pretty as yours! Just got a new curling iron, same size too :)

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  16. vithi says

    i would like to know the curling kit, because i got one kit but the curls goes within 5 mins i would like to know the best kit to use and the brand of the hairspray

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  17. vithi says

    i would like to know the curling kit, because i got one kit but the curls goes within 5 mins i would like to know the best kit to use and the brand of the hairspray, pls send ur reply to my mail id vithiya.devi4@gmail.com

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  20. Mila says

    Amazing tutorial, thanks for your effort to make these detailed pictures. Your curls look so natural!

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  22. Heather says

    Thank you so much, I’m a total curling iron handicap. I have not curled my hair since I was 15 and am now 37. Your tutorial was more helpful than watching you tube. I sat @the table with my iron not plugged in and practiced and now it totally makes sense. May I ask you why my ends came out looking weird what did I do wrong.

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  26. Marcy says

    Thanks for sharing these tips with such clear photographs. You have lovely hair.

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  27. Janice says

    Thank you so much for showing this! I always try curling my hair and it always ends up very messy because I don’t know what I’m doing. You’ve really helped me though! So happy I found your site, especially as I have summer ball this week. You’ve completely saved me as I have no money to get my hair done, so thank you! :)

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  28. SHINODA says

    Thanks for your tips. It’s very useful for me. I’m using curling wand but it’s not suitalbe for me. I’ll try use curling iron with your advice.

    P/S: I love your hair :) so nice!

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  29. Guru says

    Thank you for your review and I’m gonna go grab my karmin g3 clipless!!!

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  30. O says

    Great tutorial, thank you!

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  31. Rose says

    How do you avoid getting obnoxious crimps and bends in your hair from the clamp? Also, my hair is super hard to curl. If I want even a little curl I have to hold it around the iron for at least 45 seconds. Any advice?

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  34. Roya says

    Part of my hesitation with curling my hair is that the effort seems wasted as soon as I shower, which is usually daily especially if I’m working out. How often do you curl your hair/is it worth the effort if you’re just going to shower later? This also works the reverse way, ie, if I’ve curled my hair, I won’t go work out :-/

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  35. ana says

    Thank you so much! I’m definitely going to try this out. I have thick “curly” hair I’ve always struggled with the curling iron, I have a curling wand but i have so much hair it gets really frustrating having to hold the hair and wand in place without getting burned.

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  36. Kaitlyn says

    Wow! I was curling my hair while following these tips and it actually worked! I never got curls before but after trying what you said? Well, I think it’s about time to go talk to my crush ;)

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