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Voluminous Curls

We’re back with some more thin wand inspo and we’ve saved the best till last. These voluminous curls are absolute goals – in fact I think I need my hair like this right now. 

Get the look

Step 1 – Prep: Prep the hair with ghd curly ever after spray in misted layers throughout.

Step 2 – Angle: Place ghd thin wand diagonally into the hair with the cool tip pointing downwards.

Step 3 – Twist: Wrap the hair around the barrel of the wand, naturally twisting the hair as you wrap.

Step 4 – Hold: Hold for 5-8 seconds and then catch the curl in the palm of your hand to cool.

Step 5 – Continue: Continue working in small sections throughout the hair, enhancing pieces which are naturally looser & alternating the direction of each curl.

Step 6 – Finish: Mist with ghd shiny ever after spray to finish.

Step 7 – Dress: Tip your head back and give the roots a massage with fingertips to softly separate the curls. Flip the hair to a deep side part for maximum volume.

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