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Short hair has a high curl bounce that makes it easier to style. Test a short hair’s curl bounce factor with tips from an Aveda salon instructor in this free… Video Rating: 3 / 5 how to style short curly hair men short natural curly hair styles how to style short curly hairstyles short curly hair styles men short curly hair styles 2007. Video Rating: 0 / 5

11 Comments

  • lintsol 3 years ago

    boring

  • lintsol 3 years ago

    boring

  • lintsol 3 years ago

    boring

  • lintsol 3 years ago

    boring

  • XFreakazoidXx 3 years ago

    i hate having curly hair

  • NolitaDenise 3 years ago

    With product if I twist four sections and air dry I get shiny fat ringlets.
    Single twist at crown = very loose S wave.(about 3-4 bends total with long
    hair) Air dry with product = combo of deep waves + loose ringlets and
    nearly str8 hair hanging down at the nape. I wish the stylist would make 15
    minute videos on a channel of her own. Then it would all make more sense.
    Curly hair’s complicated because there are so many types of curls. Short
    videos aren’t helping that much.

  • NolitaDenise 3 years ago

    Actually she’s pointing out how the type of curl changes based on it’s
    location on the head. Weight stretches a curl but a ringlet stays a ringlet
    and a wave stays a wave unless you manipulate them. Length isn’t the only
    factor. My head = almost pin straight at the nape and silky, a little less
    straight around the edges, bam! deep waves and loose ringlets through the
    crown.

  • Hannah whittle 3 years ago

    the blonde girl has layers, thats why it bounces more, cos theres less
    weight on it.

  • KemonoAkiah 3 years ago

    okay just to clarify, she’s showing how to style curly hair with a model
    that doesn’t have curly hair? wtf?

  • estrella563 3 years ago

    kool videeo

  • NolitaDenise 3 years ago

    @KemonoAkiah – She’s just as biased as anybody. If you have to force/coax a
    ringlet into being then it isn’t naturally there. It’s manipulated into
    existence as surely as if you wrapped it on a roller. I think her main
    point is that a super-loose wave is also a type of curl. That’s pretty
    silly when every last one of us who clicked the thumbnail was looking for
    tips on how to deal with our definite deep waves, ringlets, and coils.

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