Hair Curling Tutorial With Pantene

My hair has always been a stress point for me. I’ve gone through countless products and many methods of styling over the years to try and find a routine that works best. I’m happiest with my hair when it’s curled, but even then, I feel like my curls fall out so quickly because my hair is so long and heavy!

For the past few months, I’ve been incorporating Pantene’s new Foam Conditioner into the shower portion of my hair care routine and it has made a huge difference in making my curls hold up! This conditioner is very different in the sense that you are meant to apply it root to tip. Because the formulation is so light and airy, you can apply it to your roots without it making them greasy + it doesn’t weigh my hair down like the heavy formulation of the average conditioner.

I start out in the shower by using the accompanying Pantene shampoo (my favorite set is the “Daily Moisture Renewal” set). I put a palm size dollop of Pantene’s Foam Conditioner in my palm then apply it root to tip before rinsing out. 

To curl my hair, I wrap medium size pieces around a curling wand and hold for about 8 seconds before releasing the curl. It is important to note that I curl all pieces away from my face on each side as shown in the photo! Another tip is to not start the curl too close to your head. Starting the curl at least 6 inches down from your roots will create a more natural look. When I’m finished curling, I actually go back in with a straightener and straighten the bottom 2 or 3 inches as I think that also contributes to creating a more natural look.

Although the Pantene Foam Conditioner really helps my curls to not fall out, I usually finish off with a bit of Pantene’s alcohol-free Airspray for good measure.

Overall, these Pantene products have helped my curls hold up longer and make my hair feel more lightweight all around. This, in turn, helps me feel more confident and like the sky is the limit!

This post was sponsored by Pantene, however, all opinions stated are my own.

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