How To Create Supermodel Hair
How To Create Supermodel Hair
Step 1: Welcome to first buzz:
Hey there! Welcome to firstbuzz.com. My number one question that I've been asked, or requests that I've been asked is how do I look like a Victoria's Secret supermodel? So, you don't need that many products to look like a supermodel. All you need are just a few key ingredients to look really hot. So I've toned down all the ingredients. I've toned down all the products, so you can do this look every day and still look sizzling hot for 2008.
Step 2: Plug in curling iron:
So the very first thing is to plug in your curling iron. This is a Helen of Troy 1.25" curling iron. This is probably the only curling iron that I recommend. If you had to buy one, this is it. You can get either Hot Tools or Helen of Troy. They're about $30, 1.25" available at Sally's and Alta. So first thing is plug that in and let that sit. Then you're going to brush your hair. I've already brushed it. I didn't put anything in it. I just kind of fluffed it on the top. Your hair can be any length. I actually bought this curling iron when my hair was this length. So it doesn't matter how long it is. This is a good curling iron. And then you're going to spray your hair. So I'm going to use this La Coupe curl boosting spray. You can get this also at Alta. And I'm going to spray a light mist all over my hair.
Step 3: Using mousse:
You can use a mousse. You can use whatever you normally do to keep the curls in tact. So will look different on me, because I have bangs, and I'm not a supermodel. So I'm not yay tall. But I will show you how to look like an everyday supermodel. So, you section your hair, if you're in a rush, you can just split it, divide and start curling away. So I'm just going to divide my hair with some clips like this. Hold this down. That way, I know which parts I've curled and which parts I haven't. And then I'm going to divide top half and bottom half.
Step 4: Curl upwards:
Again, this is only how I do it if I have time. If I don't, then I'll just start curling in random spots. So I'm just going to start from the back. Take that large curling iron, and I'm going to curl with my barrel upward like that and curl it all the way back. Now the bigger your curling iron, the looser your waves are going to be. I like to have it at 1.25, because my hair tends to fall out really fast. So this was a good happy medium. If it was 1" it's too tight. 1.5 is a little too loose, where it kind of looks straight. So I like it this size. And I'm just going to curl it down like that all over your head, and you're going to make sure the curling iron is in a vertical motion.
Step 5: Leave front till last:
And as always, I like to leave this front part to the last minute, because that's where you're going to shape and frame it to your face. It's just going to be curls like that. And you just keep going around your head. Typically, this will take me 10 minutes in the morning. Really quick, all over the place. You don't have to get everything perfect. You just want it to be a little bit wavy. And remember to curl in different directions, counterclockwise and clockwise. Very, very, simple. Grab different sections of hair. 2", .5", 1". Mix it up. If you have a lot of time, you can put them into these rollers like this. These little plastic rollers. And that way it will hold, especially if your hair doesn't like to hold curls, I recommend using that.
Step 6: Wait for curls to dry:
Don't touch the curls until it dries. These little tips, good to follow. So just depending on your hair, like if you're hair is layered in the front like mine, it's going to look a little feathered versus the long curls. If your hair is one length, then you'll get the big long curls in the front. I'm just going to curl forward, back all over. Now see, so I just did that whole entire side, and how long did it take? Maybe 5 minutes. B