Start with a long, lightly-layered cut. Whether the hair is or is not curly is less than critical since even curly hair will need to
be given uniformity and structure in the curling pattern. Wrap the hair on medium-sized spiral wrapping tools, using a smoothing product
and set the curl by allowing it to air dry or using a hooded dryer. Carefully remove the tools once the hair is set and finish the
arranging and styling using the fingers as the primary tool.
The hair is parted on the side of the head and brought loosely across the
top and fringe areas with care to prevent breaking the curl. The remaining curls are lifted gently with the fingers and tugged outward
into a flared, bell shape. Small amounts of smoothing serum and pomade can be applied to keep the curls sharp and add shine.