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Sunday, December 27, 2015

How To | Corkscrew Perm Rod Set On Natural Hair



How To | Corkscrew Perm Rod Set On Natural Hair





Yay for the last Sunday of the year!



I have to go out with a bang!! I'm just saying that roller sets and curls are very pretty during the Winter season! Show off your curly sets using perm rods!!!

This time around, I decided to roll my hair in the corkscrew (figure-8) fashion instead of the regular roll. Let's see how my curls turned out:

I wanted to try the corkscrew (figure-8) perm rod set to give my curls more bounce, definition, and I wanted spiral curls instead of full curls.


Before we start anything...Make sure your perm rods are clean!

Products:

ApHogee Gloss Therapy Polish


How To:

Start with freshly washed and damp hair. Make sure that your hair is fully detangled for a sleek finish. II sectioned my hair with bantu knots to keep my hair stretched and easy to manage.

It is easier to start from the back to the front. Section a small section of hair and add the gel and mousse. Be sure to smooth the products into your hair.

 
Starting at the end of your hair, roll the perm rod UPWARDS to your scalp while twisting the perm rod in a "figure-8" motion. Continue to do this all over your hair.

How To | Corkscrew Perm Rod Set On Natural Hair

Once complete you can air dry (take at least 8 hours) or use a hooded dryer (1-2 hours) to set the hair. Make sure the hair is completely dry before taking out the rollers (check in the middle of the head - if still damp, continue to allow the hair to dry
 
Once hair is completely dry, take out all the rods. Pour a bit of oil or serum in your hands and run along the hair (optional)
 
Separate the curls for a fuller look and use a pick to lift the roots, to hide the parts in the hair.

How To | Corkscrew Perm Rod Set On Natural Hair
One thing to mention is that perm rods are NOT COMFORTABLE to sleep in. So I chose to do this style in the morning and use a hooded dryer for this style.




Other than that, the perm rod sets are pretty awesome and can last a few days to a week, as long as you care for your hair. Just put a bonnet on it or sleep on a satin pillow with your hair in a pineapple and fluff in the morning.
 




How To | Corkscrew Perm Rod Set On Natural Hair



Check out more rod styles:



 

 
 





 


Natural hair says: search for the products that are the best for your hair type and texture. Make sure to do your research when searching for products...especially when the line changes. But if your hair loves the product, make it your 'tried and true.'
 

Always Desire Your Natural,





Christina J

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