Easy Tips to Create Medium Length Loose Curls – Loose curls are the perfect hairstyle for any day of the week, and they’re incredibly easy to achieve. You’ll need:
Curl everything with a curling wand, creating loose curls.
When it comes to creating loose curls, a curling wand is your best bet.
If you don’t have one of these handy tools, don’t worry—it’s not too hard to find one at your local beauty supply store or online.
To ensure that the results are as good as possible, make sure that you’re using a high quality curling iron (this is important!) and be sure that you’re holding your hair taut while curling so that the curls stay tight.
To get started on this technique:
- Use a heat protectant spray before styling. This will help keep your ends from being fried during styling and help them hold onto their curl better when you are done working with them!
- Hold small sections of hair between two fingers about six inches apart from each other (leaving out any pieces around your face). Starting at the base of each section, gently wrap it around itself until it meets in the middle at its longest point, then release it into place by separating both hands again so that they’re no longer touching—you should now have an upward-facing loop of hair where there was once none! Repeat this process until all of your loose waves are created!
When all the hair has been curled, brush through it gently with a boar bristle brush.
The brushing will loosen the curls and create a tousled look.
Once you’ve curled all of your hair, brush through it gently with a boar bristle brush. The brushing will loosen the curls and create a tousled look.
Use a small brush to get into the hairline and around your face, and use a large brush on the rest of your head.
Spray lightly with hairspray and then finish off with a touch of shine spray.
If you want to get more creative, try adding some shiny accessories like barrettes or earrings.
Medium length loose curls are easy to achieve at home.
Medium length loose curls are easy to achieve at home. Curling your hair before you shower is a good way to get the look without waiting for your hair to dry.
You can also curl your hair after showering, as long as it’s damp enough that it won’t frizz when the heat of the iron or wand hits it.
You can use a curling wand or a curling iron, depending on which one you prefer and whether or not you have any experience with them.
If you’re using a curling wand, choose medium heat settings and wrap strands of wet hair around the barrel from root to tip in an upward motion (try starting at one side).
For more volume, hold each section against itself for about 10 seconds before releasing; this will help create some lift at the root and make sure that all ends are curled evenly by holding them in place until they cool down again after leaving contact with each other for five seconds longer than usual (so instead of three seconds per stroke).
We hope you found these tips helpful and that you can use them to create beautiful medium length loose curls.
If you are looking for more ideas on how to style your hair, we recommend checking out our other articles on hairstyles.