The texturing of the finished layers can be achieved via use of a razor tool or by
careful slithering of the hair with the scissors to remove long slim sections and lighten any overly bulky areas.
The look shown is achieved by blow drying the hair to maximize volume either by lifting
the hair away from the scalp and drying the scalp area of the hair first, or by simply drying the hair with the head inverted to
bypass the need to hold the hair out from the scalp. Once the hair is dry, use Velcro rollers (as large as you can acquire) to
roll the hair. Wrap the hair under the roller by turning it downward as the hair is laid over the top of the cylinder.
You can feel free to use as many or as few rollers as you wish, but be careful not to
overload the rollers since this will only result in failed curl. Once the rollers are in place, mist the hair lightly with hairspray
or styling spritz and use a diffused hair dryer to heat the rollers then allow the hair to cool fully.
By using only heat to set the curl (and gentler heat than is created when using a curling
iron) you can get a soft, voluminous wave effect that will be very pleasing to the eye. Take down the curls and comb through with
a wide tooth comb to arrange the finished style – or you can simply use your fingers.