I'm a beauty fan here's my method for making sure my blow dried curls last up to three days | The Sun

IF you’ve managed to scrape together enough to buy a decent hair curler you want to make sure your curls last as long as possible.

Because there's nothing more annoying that getting the perfect bounce for it to be flat and boring in 24-hours, right?!

Thankfully one beauty fan, Kirsten Lang shared her method in a video online.

She said: "I have had thick pin straight hair my entire life. I finally found a way to get my curls to stay for three plus days which is honestly huge for me."

She continued: “Number one you’re going to want to use a curling iron that has high heat. I use this hot tool, a ceramic one that's a ¼ inch and I love it.”

She said: “Obviously before doing this you wanna coat your hair in a heat protectant or oil.”

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She said: “I started by curling my bangs. I curl them under and then I hold them for just a couple seconds and use a Velcro roller and roll up the opposite way.”

She continued “Using a high heat on my hair and then rolling it up in a roller and letting it cool. This is really what makes my curls last.”

She said: “This is the only way I will do my 90’s blow out now because my hair comes out so bouncy, so shiny and lasts forever.”

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Kirsten said: “I like to do my bangs first because they’re usually what falls first so I give the the most amount of time to set in.”

She said: “I don’t really have a super specific method for sectioning off my hair but I do like to use the smaller rollers at the front of my face, where I have all my layers.”

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Kirsten explained: “For me when the curls are tighter they just last a little longer and I definitely like to have my layers be super bouncy.”

She said: “I roll it under and let it sit for a few seconds, getting my ends on the hot part of the iron last and then I will release this curl and roll it up with the Velcro rollers.”

Kirsten said: “For the two front sections of hair besides my face. I like to roll them under so that my layers are face framing. My layers in the front fall this way so I feel like they stay longer because I’m not going the opposite way.”

She added: “When you roll up the hair in the roller, you wanna make sure that you’re pressing the hair into those little Velcro pieces.”

Kirsten said: “This just makes the whole process easier because they stay in better and that's how you get that really beautiful curls when you pull the Velcro roller out.” 

Kirsten admitted, “I know this seems like a super difficult tedious process but trust me just do it a couple times. You will get the hang of it. For me the Velcro rollers are so worth it.”

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