1. Make a deep aspect part.
"It's more glamorous than a center part." she says.
2. Polish the ends with a heat-protection serum first.
It is quitely easy to do damage with rollers if you may really know what you're doing or your hair is absolutely fragile. The draws to a close have to be smooth or else they'll crinkle in the heat
3. Rolling from the ends up is old school.
4. The rollers should all be positioned vertically, not horizontally.
Side to side gives major, Marilyn Monroe volume; vertical gives a soft, loose, tousled effect. Roll those to the right and brush them out to the left.
5. Skip hairspray and finish with dry texturizing spray.
Modern waves should be less sleek and perfect.