25mm DIY Wand Curls for Short Hair

Hey everyone! Welcome back to Seton Girls’ Hairstyles! Today I’m going to show you how I do my 25mm (or 1 inch) wand curls for short/medium length hair.

For my 19mm wand curl tutorial, see post here.

Spring has finally sprung here in Australia, and I’m enjoying all the sunshine we’ve had the last few days! What’s the weather like where you live?

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Items needed: 25mm (1 inch) curling wand (I used my NUME interchangeable wand), 1-2 scrunchies, (or hair tie/hair clip) for sectioning. || Optional || Dry Shampoo, and a hair straightener.

Time: 10-15 minutes (give or take depending on your skill level and type of hair.)

Difficulty: Medium

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My hair was already on about day 3 when I filmed this (and had left over curls from when I curled it a couple of days ago), so I added some dry shampoo in the beginning to refresh my roots and add a little volume. (I normal use the brand Akin, but was out of it, so used the brand Moogoo which was just in my bathroom cupboard 😉 )

Something which is optional and I only just started doing is straightening the ends of my hair after I’ve finished curling. I’ve seen people do this all the time but never really bothered to try it, however I’d say it’s actually a huge game changer when curling shorter hair for a more casual look, because you don’t have to worry about having your ends all curled in random directions. 😉 I love how it finishes off the look!

To purchase the pink daisy scrunchie I used in the video see my scrunchie shop here.

That’s all I have for you today, let me know if you’d try these curls out along with any future post requests down in the comments!

I hope you’re all going well wherever you are in the world, and I’ll see you back here soon for another tutorial!

~Clare 🙂

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