An updo or an updo has many advantages, especially when it comes to frizzy hair. First, you don't have to worry too much about your hair falling apart like when the hair is straightened. Frizzy hair naturally stands proudly upright, as is claimed, in connection with the higher.
Another advantage, compared to a twist out for example, is that you don't have to worry about "sweating out" your haircut. My very first twist out was at the end of the night and a collapsed afro. That was because I didn't really know what I was doing, but even more so because I didn't have the right products available. The Curl Keeper didn't even exist then.
The best thing about an updo for me is that you really don't have to worry about your hair getting messy. That's very important, especially if you're an avid dancer like me. With straightened hair I really didn't dare look in the mirror at the end of the evening. I knew I looked like a drowned cat, otherwise my straight ends would be sticking out in all directions. With this updo I can tell you it won't be a problem at all, but not just that. The hairstyle gives you a completely different look and you can even look chic with it. Here are the instructions.
A big, tasty wild bunch of curls or frizzy hair
Hairpins and Decorative pins for frizzy hair
Step 1: Comb or brush out is optional. For example, if you just did a twist out, you can leave the waves in the hair like I did. If you don't want that, if you want the hair to look smooth, you can brush it out.
Step 2: Bring all the hair back and twist it into a roller. You may need to do this a few times to get a feel for it, but once it's done, take a type 1 hairpin to pin it all in. See video. Sorry the video is a bit unclear. I hope you can at least get the roll moment out.
I only need one hairpin because I am very handy now but use as many hairpins as necessary. Once the hair is properly secured, continue with step 3.
Step 3: Now look carefully at how you want to put the hair up. Do you want the side to lie as flat as possible or do you want it to bulge a bit. Use hairpins here too if necessary to keep the curls in place.
Step 4: Here you can let loose and let your own fantasy dissolve. For example, see which way you prefer the hair to go, whether you like high-up frizzy hair or whether you prefer it to lie flat. Keep her pins handy to instantly pin down the look once you've found it.
Step 5: Decorating is the most fun phase. Take as many decorative pins as you want. These silvers from the webshop are always handy. Especially with bridal hairstyles or just for weddings I often see women wearing them. So they can be used for any occasion. I usually use 3 in the front and 3 in the back, but see what you like. Success! Of course I look forward to your responses.
With Sierpelden. Check the webshop for the hairpins: The Kroeshaar Webshop especially for Hair products for Curls and Frizzy hair