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Do you wash your hair before curling?

kimchidaykimchiday Posts: 226Member
prom hair help.
My hairdresser told me to go with freshly washed hair, but when I searched online, alot of people has said hair holds curls better when the hair is a little dirty. Help?
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  • dy0wtx0xpxxdy0wtx0xpxx Posts: 451Member

    IDOL

    I find that curls are nicest on hair that has been slept on over night. (Shower the day before, go to sleep, wake up.)
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  • tofuxxtofuxx brooklynPosts: 1,408Member
    i think if its a 2nd day w/out wash, the oil would weigh the curls down. i would do what the above post says.
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  • ~ BunnyliciouS ~~ BunnyliciouS ~ Mum OregonPosts: 26,450Friend of Soompi

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    edited May 2012
    When I had my hair done for my wedding, the MUA said to wash hair, so it's free from oil and hair products, and not put any leave-in conditioner. The leave-in makes the hair difficult to curl

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  • anlianli Posts: 193Member
    It depends on your hair type. If your hairdresser said to go with freshly washed hair, I'd listen to her. I'm sure she'll put in whatever she needs to make the curls hold.
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  • duh123duh123 Posts: 1,379Member

    IDOL

    i wouldn't listen to her. i practiced my prom curls on dirty hair or 3rd day hair and it looked so amazing! i didn't know better back then so on the day of prom, i washed my hair and curled it the same way. it wasn't nearly as amazing. hair dressers don't always know best. some will tell you one thing just to charge you more.
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  • iPhetsiPhets Perth, AustraliaPosts: 4,235Member
    it depends on your hair. if it gets oily quickly, i'd say wash it - because the dirtiness may weigh it down. but if its moderate then go for it.
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