In the south, you grow up knowing what BIG hair is. You learn at a young age or in your teens just how to make it in the world when it comes to fixing your hair and making it look thick. That is if you have thin hair…
Every woman I know wishes for a particular type of hair. For me, I wish my hair was thinner, much thinner. I have tons of hair, and when I say tons, I mean tons. It’s curly and thicker than any other person I know. If I ever need hair restoration in Denver when I’m older (and it finally starts to thin) I wouldn’t be surprised if they just take hairs from another side of my head!
However I do hate my hair at times, and it never wants to do the things that I want it to. It takes more than an hour to do anything. Straighten, curl, blow-dry, anything! I can’t cut it short because it won’t lay flat and if it’s not past my shoulders, I don’t like to wear it down because it just fro’s. Therefore, I have to keep it long so that when I do want/have time to fix it will lay flat and not look like a lion.
Today I wanted to try something different. I wanted to curl my hair and make it big. And not just any southern style of big, I wanted Texas BIG! And that’s just what I did. I have seen people do this many times to their hair, but I’ve never seen anyone with long, thick hair curl it like this. Probably because it takes way to long and no one want’s to sit in front of the mirror that long.
I did make a video just for you guys. I really did end up loving my hair the way it came out, but I also know that it did take more time than I wanted and I will probably never do it again. But until I figure out a faster way to get this big look this will have to do.
As I said in the video, you can always buy a smaller curler, and the one I got was from Target for only $17. What a steal right?
I hope you all enjoyed, and I can’t wait till next time.