Lipgloss Break: Sprial Curls for Short Hair Tutorial
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Sprial Curls for Short Hair Tutorial

Last week I was 'Signature Straight,' and this week I'm 'Spiral Curls,' for the #downfor30 John Frieda Frizz Ease challenge! Just because I have short hair, doesn't mean I can't rock the spiral curls and beachy wave look. Below I'll show you the steps I take to get this look.

Here's a list of products I used: 
 - Wide tooth comb
 - John Frieda Frizz Ease Go Curlier
 - Blow dryer with diffuser (diffuser optional)
 - Hair clip
 - Curling iron

1 - Comb through clean and towel tried hair with a wide tooth comb, adjusting part to where it usually falls.

2 - Spritz John Frieda Frizz Ease from roots to ends (this product discontinued, so try this version). The bottle suggests starting with 10-12 sprays, more or less depending on your hair length and thickness. I always like to scrunch my hair after applying product for curls, to help the curls form. The above picture shows you the slight wave I have in my hair without blow drying and straightening.
3 - Gently blow dry hair with diffuser (I didn't have a diffuser available, so I used my blow dryer on the lowest setting, and kept scrunching as I went along).

4 - After hair is completely dry, go through small to medium sections (depending on how much help with curls your hair needs) and use the curling iron to add spirals. I used a small spiral iron, in which I have to use my hand to wrap the hair around (this takes practice to do without burning fingers!). The below pictures shows you how my hair looks just after drying without using a round brush (left side) and how it looks after using the curling iron in it (right side). 

5 - I took small sections of my hair and positioned the iron behind the section of hair, and then wrapped the hair away from my face. 
6 - After curling, you can comb through curls to loosen them up and make them look more natural.

Voila! Spiral Curls for Short Hair is complete!

Along with my Signature Straight tutorial last week, I posted about the Frizz Ease Never Pull Back Instagram challenge.  All you have to do is show off your fierce hairstyles on Instagram with the #downfor30 & #sweeps hashtag for the chance to win an EPIC NYC adventure. Each post with the #downfor30 & #sweeps hashtag (up to one a day) earns you a chance to win. If you’ve already submitted a picture, keep posting for more chances for win! And if you haven’t entered yet, what are you waiting for?

The amazing prize package includes the following:
·      - Round trip airfare for two (2) to NYC
·      - Four (4) nights at the W Hotel Times Square
·      - Breathtaking helicopter tour of Lady Liberty, whose newly-liberated locks are featured in our video: A Girl's Got to Be Free
·      -  Ground transportation via private sedan
·      - Dinner at Stella 34 Trattoria with views of the Empire State Building
·      - Brunch cruise for two (2) around Manhattan
·      - Garment District Diva Trek for two (2)
·      - Makeover at the John Frieda Salon
·      - $750 cash to fund all your fun
·      - A year of Frizz Ease® products so you can keep putting your fiercest hair forward

You can find more details about this contest, as well as down style inspirations, at I would love for a Lipgloss Break reader to win…good luck!

Do you ever wear your hair curly? If so, please share what products and tools you use below in the comments! 
Frizz-Ease believes that when you pull your hair back, you also pull yourself back. So we're challenging women everywhere to take on the world hair-first and wear their hair #downfor30 days straight with the help their favorite Frizz-Ease products. Join the movement at

Disclosure: Compensation was provided by KAO via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of KAO.

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