How I Camouflage a Bad Hair Day
How I get my hair to look good when it's not cooperating
3. Once your hair feels dry, use a flatiron to flick and twist out any pieces that aren't quite right. If your hair is wavy or curly, add polish and texture with a 1"-2" curling iron (depending on your curl size) to define various sections.
4. For a more natural look, keep the pieces twisted off or back from your face, and keep your curls random and sparse -- not uniform.
5. Optional: If you want to add additional oomph now that your texture is out in full force, try one of these amazing braids.
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