Guide to Styling Corkscrew Curls
Corkscrew curls are conquering the catwalks as well as our hair! We'll tell you what you need to know about these tight curls, which hairstyles are best styled with them, and how women with straight hair can also get in on this curly trend.
It’s almost like a natural law that we always want what we don't have: curly-haired girls want straight hair, while those with straight locks long for that curly mane. Luckily, we can have the best of both worlds! Here, we’ll be focusing on the curly trend of the season: the corkscrew look is making its rounds once again.
How to get corkscrew curls
- Comb through towel-dried hair and part it in the middle.
- For more bounce, work a hazelnut-sized amount of mousse into your hair, and then blow your hair dry.
Volume tip: lift your hair with your fingers while blow-drying it.
- Comb your hair straight and grab your curling iron.
- Curl your hair, section by section, until your entire head of hair is nice and curly.
Pro-tip: For a more put-together look, twist the curling iron backwards while forming your curls.
- Careful! Make sure not to brush out your curls!
- Separate the curls as needed using a straight needle and then set the hairstyle with plenty of hairspray.
Hairstyles with corkscrew curls
These ringlets have left their good girl image at home this season and are now exciting and relaxed. Forget cute braids and embrace your wilder side by leaving your hair loose.