hair in the flat iron as if straightening it. Drag down piece of hair until you reach the point that you want the strand to start curling. Tip 1: Once you flip the straightener, you might have to use your other hand to feed the rest of the strand through the flat iron to make sure it doesnt run off the heated plates. Tip 2: The slower you drag the straightener down a strand, the tighter the curl will be. Tip 3: Separate different sized strands for a more natural curled look. Repeat on your whole head, and youll be left with loose curls. I like this option because I only need one tool http://www.jordansbred11s.com/ to produce multiple styles.
Next time you need to dress up an outfit, consider using bred 11s for sale your straightener for these loose curls.-E Yes it can still work on thick straight hair. You will need a professional flat iron that gets really hot. My favorite (I am a stylist) bred 11s is the Chi flat iron. You can get them at target for around $129. Blow or air dry hair and use a thermal spray to protect and help hold curl. Spray thermal spray (I like Redkens Iron Silk) on each section as you go rather then spraying on your whole head in the beginning.
Use smaller sections for more curl and better hold. It takes more patience but it will work. Put your hair up on the top of your head with a scrunchie at night to keep the curls pretty for the next day(s). Remember dont wash hair every day if you dont have to. Your hair will love you for it :) i have just recently discovered how to curl my hair with my straightener. i have done it the past several days i used to use a 1/2".