If your locks are feeling a little ~blah~ but you don't want to do anything drastic to it, such as cutting, bleaching, or dyeing, you may just change the way your hair looks by heat-styling it. An easy one you can do is the '90s flipped ends hairstyle. Sarah Cheung, one of our go-to YouTubers, shared an easy tutorial of how she does the iconic 'do. Keep on reading to learn more:
Sarah starts off by applying hair oil to her locks to keep them soft and moisturized, then she combs through it using a paddle brush to remove tangles. After, she spritzes a heat protectant spray to shield her tresses from the high temperature.
Then, she sections off the top half of her hair using a claw clip (it looks like a hun hairstyle, TBH) so she can work on the bottom half. With a straightener, she gathers a portion of her hair, then pulls it upwards for a few seconds, then works the iron to her ends, curling it inwards. According to her, the reason she does the upward-bend maneuver is to give her hair more volume when she lets down the rest of her hair.
Finally, she removes the claw clip and works on the top half section sans the upward-bend maneuver. Using a round brush, she brushes through her locks one last time to ensure the inward curl.
Watch Sarah's tutorial here:
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