Salon: Wave Links Hair Studio Inc.
Salon Phone#: (910) 864-8777
Stylist: Deirdre Clay
Make Up: Deirdre Clay
Short curly hair gives a variety of professional hairdos. Precisely, blonde pin curls are fancy thanks to a single color injected to it, providing tones of texture. When put on African American women, the blonde brings out their sexy skin tone, making it look a lot lighter than their skin.You need to use a hair rollers or curler if you wish to tease these curls to look big and voluminous. Blond curls require little maintenance and can be easily transformed into different styles, for example Mohawk if sides of the head are shaved.How to Style• With lukewarm water and shampoo/conditioner, wash your hair normally. Rinse out excess conditioner with cool water to soften the curls. Dry hair in order to set pin curls properly.• Put a little mousse in your hair, making it rigid to hold curls.• Neatly, separate your hair into sections. Ensure your finger is placed at the end of the section of hair. Wrap hair around your finger, ensuring the curls flow under and away from your face. Hold the curls on your head.• With some water in a spray can, spray the finished set of your hair, letting it dry evenly. This helps in curling the hair.• Wrap a towel on your head. You may use a hair dryer to speed up the drying process.• Gently remove the pins. Proceed to running your fingers through the curls, to loosen those that have become tight. Give your head a gentle massage to tousle them into a natural shape.• Spray the blonde using a high hold spray finisher in order to hold the hair in place. This finisher will also come in handy in brightening the blonde.However, one should know her face shape before trying out this style. Its creator is professional stylist, Deidre Clay of Wave Links Hair Studio, Fayetteville, NC. Contact her through her phone number: (910) 864-8777.