When styling mid-length thick locks, pay particular attention to the volume you are blessed with by nature. Be meticulous about the ends. You need them smooth, because the tips of thick locks often look dry and stick out unappealingly. Most smoothing balms for hair cope with this task. You can use whatever styling tools you desire, depending on what particular texture you want to achieve this time. One nuance to remember in this relation is usage of strong hold hair styling products, because with a weaker degree of fixation your hairstyle won’t be as durable as you want it to be.
Medium Length Hairstyles For Thick Hair
This long layered hairstyle with external outward curves at the bottom areas is just perfect to add a unique styling to your beauty. A slightly sloping cut along fringe look amazingly beautiful as layers get separated in such a style which creates soft outwards curves to the right and left of the face.
How can I keep that curl all day?
One of the things we generally recommend for people who need longer lasting hold in their style is “layering” products. Start by applying styling gel to your towel-dried hair prior to blow-drying and use a wide-tooth comb to distribute it evenly through the hair. Once the hair has been blown completely dry, mist the hair in the areas to be curled with hairspray and allow it to dry then use the curling iron as you normally would to style your hair.
After the hair as been curled and the curls have been allowed to cool and set, mist them again with hairspray for added hold and allow that spray to dry. You can then use a brush to soften the finished look and finalize the style. Feel free to spray the hair lightly again to set the finished style. This will result in product build-up on the hair with time, so be sure to use a clarifying shampoo once a week to remove the built up product residue on the hair.