How to Curl Natural Hair with a Curling Wand

Hair curled with curling wand – Source

Curling wands are one of the most popular new hair appliances of 2013. The great thing – they can be easily used on natural hair. Now, we don’t support the use of heat on a daily basis, but after getting home from work and having to head out for the New Year’s Eve party, this is a perfect hairstyle that you don’t have to set the night before. Watch  the tutorials below to see how you can achieve these beautiful curls with a curling wand in minutes before leaving for your special night out.


Natural Hair curled with Curling Wand – Source


MeechyMonroe also did her own tutorial on YouTube. If the one above doesn’t quite work for you, try Meechy’s tutorial for how to curl natural hair with a curling wand below.



Blow-drying Heat Protectant – Morfose Thermal Guard Serum with Argan Oil (Under 10USD)

Wand Curling Heat Protectant – IC Hair Polisher Heat Protector Straightening Serum (Under 10USD)

Curling Wand – Any Remington Curling Wand (Under 30USD)



  • Always add heat protectant before applying any kind of heat to your hair.
  • If your curls start to drop, don’t reapply heat. This can be damaging. Pin curl your hair at night or tie your hair upwards to preserve curls.
  • If you still loose your curls, work with the hairstyle. Do an updo hairstyle on day two and maybe a loose bun on day three. Remember, regular heat application can be damaging to natural hair causing loss of curl definition and general drying/destruction of the hair structure.



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