Have you ever curled your hair with the straighteners and then wondered why one side might look slightly different to the other side?
It could quite well be the direction in which you are curling in!
In this video I demonstrate the different looks achieved with curling all in the same direction (right hand side) and then alternating directions (left hand side)
Curling or waving in the same direction, will allow all of your curls to fall into the same place creating a very uniform and polished look (perfect for more of a modern hollywood wave)
Curling or waving in opposite directions will allow the curls to clash into one another. This will create more width to the hair (which is great for finer hair types!) and will create a more undone and natural feel (think beach waves)
Straighteners used are the ghd gold stylers in neo-mint
Next time you are curling your hair, try both ways and see which works for you best!
Which is your favourite side? Left or right? 💕
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Curling with a straightener! Can you tell a difference between the left side and the right side? Here, I use the same technique throughout: holding the @ghdhair styler vertical and pulling downwards. This will create a loose wave which doesn’t bounce up and lose length. On the right hand side all of the sections are curled in the same direction, away from the face. On the left hand side each section is curled in alternate ways, clashing into each other. Always think about the direction of the curl, this will change your overall look! Which side do you prefer? Left or right? Using the @ghdhair gold styler in Neo-Mint #adgifted Music: Balcony Vibes – Katashi Kaitō #hair #hairgoals #hairstyles #hairtutorial #hairvideos #curlinghair #hairhowto #chloeswiftstylist