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Hair type: Curly
A regular hairdryer is the best way to dry your hair when you have rollers in, even if you have curly medium length hair.
Wash and condition hair.
Towel-dry hair until damp and scrunch with a towel to help prevent damage and split ends.
Place a palm-sized amount of curling gel in your left hand. With your right hand, use a wide-tooth comb to work the gel into your hair, starting at the roots all the way to the tips.
Blow-dry hair until it is 20% dry. With the pick end of a steel comb, create a part on the left-hand side of your head. Keeping the part intact, separate the top and bottom layers of your hair; clip up the bottom layer of hair to get it out of the way for now.
While hair is still wet, take a 1-inch section from the top right section of your hair; place the tips over a medium soft-twist roller and roll hair up to the scalp. Twist the roller in a u-shape to secure it in place. Repeat across the top layer of hair, and repeat with the bottom layer of hair. In total, you should have 15-20 rollers in your hair.
Blow-dry hair completely; however, remove the rollers only once hair is dry and the rollers are cool. Take out the bottom rollers first, unrolling them carefully from root to tip. Repeat this process with the top rollers. Once the rollers are out, use your fingers to loosen the curls, starting at the roots.
Place a quarter-sized amount of curling gel in palm of your hand; rub your palms together, then scrunch hands throughout your hair to define the curls.
Keep this curly medium length style in place with an aerosol flexible-hold hairspray, spraying it about 10 inches away.
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