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Trend Alert: 4 Ways to Achieve Romantic Curls

4 Tools to Achieve Romantic Curls

Want to score those perfect yet effortless looking romantic curls for that special date or a night out with you faves? We've pulled together four different ways to get the look you'll love. We've even thrown in a few video tutorials to help you along the way.

Hot Rollers

An oldie but goodie, hot rollers are a great way to get voluminous curls, especially if you’re running low on time to get date ready. You can curl your hair up in the rollers and, while waiting for them to cool, finish up that tantalizing smoky eye and finalize your ‘fit.


If you’d prefer to avoid heat, flexirods are the way to go. Since it’s best to use these to set your style the night before, these are great if you want curls to have a naturally fallen look that exudes effortlessness.

Sock Curls

Yes, you read that right. Sock curls are a cost-effective and heat-free way to achieve soft, romantic curls. So pull out those socks that have been riding solo-dolo and put them to work!

Curling Wand + Pin Curls

This dyanmic duo is great for helping to minimize the amount of heat you put on your hair. The key here is to curl your hair using your wand then, without letting them fall and releasing all the heat, pinning them up.  Pin curls are a great curl preservation method if you want to prep your curls a few days before and keep them in prime condition. Plus, if anything needs touching up, you can always use the curling wand before heading out the door.

Final tips:

If you choose to go with a styling method that requires heat (hot rollers or curling wand) we highly recommend using  a heat protectant to preserve the life of your hair. Consider trying CHI Silk Infusion or OGX Ever Straight Brazilian Keratin Therapy.

For heatless styles, prep your curls to last by using a mousse to set them. We love Lottabody Wrap Me Foaming Mousse or Creme of Nature Style Shine Foaming Mousse.

Do you have a tried-and-true method for achieving romantic curls or have a favorite curl preserving product or tip? Let us know!

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