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#crimperHair #hairstyles #hairdryer crimping is a method of styling usually straight, long hair so that it becomes wavy, often in a sawtooth / zig-zag fashion. In the Southern United States, it is usually referred to as crimping, but also can be called krinkles or deep waves.
How long do you hold crimper on your hair?
It depends on how hot your crimper is and your hair texture. More than one second and less than thirty seconds. I would say 2-10 seconds if you are doing a hot-to-regular temperature for your hair. If it takes more that 30 seconds to crimp your hair then I would go up a setting.
How does heat affects your hair?
On the other hand, heat can also encourage blood flow to follicles in the scalp, and it can cause cuticle scales to open, making conditioning treatments more effective. While heat can damage or help your hair, depending on the situation, it generally does not affect the rate at which your hair grows
1.You can use a crimper to create a unique, all-over style or to add volume to your hair.
2.investing in a crimper with ceramic plates, This kind of crimper will cost more but will cause less damage to your hair than one with metal plates.
3.Select a crimper with adjustable temperature settings. Thin hair should be crimped at a lower temperature than thick hair to prevent damage, so try to avoid buying a crimper with just one temperature setting.
4.Crimpers are available with a range of different sized barrels. Choose a crimper with a large, wide barrel and deep grooves if you want big, soft waves. Choose a hair crimper with a small barrel and narrow grooves if you want small, tight waves.
5. Crimping will work best on clean hair. Wash your hair with a volumizing shampoo and conditioner. Allow hair to air dry or blow dry it completely as your hair crimper won't work on wet hair.
Using a heated crimping iron on wet hair could cause damage to your follicles.
6. If you are prone to frizzy hair, apply a dime-sized amount of anti-frizzing serum. Next, mist a volumizing styling spray all over your hair. Your hair will hold a crimp longer if it has a thickening product in it.
7.To protect your hair from heat damage, Applying a heat protectant spray all over your hair.
8.Use clips to clip up the hair
9.Don't forget to unplug the styling tool once you are finished.
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