|Darling, where have you been all my life?|
|Don't forget the pink poodle!|
Step 2: At this point I blow dry my roots a little. Fully wet hair on me takes forever to dry. This speeds up the process. My sister likes to pin curl her hair dry, but I keep my roots dry and wet the ends of my hair in each section as I go along.
Step 3: Part hair however you usually wear it or for whatever final style you want to accomplish. Section hair into one inch square sections for a tighter curl. You can do larger sections but your curl will be much looser than what is really needed for a vintage look.
Step 4: Take your first section and wrap the ends around the amazing, life changing Mascara Tube, keeping the ends flat. If you twist the ends you could end up with more frizz. Roll hair up to scalp and slide off the tube. You can either pin the hair as is, in a barrel curl, or lay flat for true pin curls. Use either a pin curl clip or bobby pins to secure. I'm still working on this one. I usually just go for barrel curls cause its waaayyy easier. There are lots of setting patterns and accurate pin curl methods you can find online. But hey, this is easy pin curls right?!
|Wrap ends, keeping them flat. Say no to frizz!|
|Roll up to scalp. Roll crown back, sides down.|
|Pin with clips or bobby pins.|
|Barrel or flat, it's up to you.|
Step 6: You can now either go about your day looking super stylish with a headscarf, eek, or go to bed. I opt to sleep on my pin curls. Not super comfy but not too bad either. This usually allows enough time for the curls to fully dry.
|Time for bed! So glamorous!|
|Lola, what have I done?|
|Brush, brush, brush. See, it all works out!|
|I'm ready for my close up Mr. DeMille!|
And that's it! Easy Peasy Pin Curls. The styling trick that changed my life.