A beauty expert explains how to keep your curls in place if you’ve been curling your hair incorrectly.

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A beauty expert explains how to keep the curls in place if you’ve been curling your hair incorrectly.

A beauty expert explains how to keep your curls in place if you’ve been curling your hair incorrectly.

A BEAUTY expert has revealed the secrets to getting long-lasting curls.

She claims to have been using her system since middle school and that it even works on very long hair.

Hairspray isn’t the key to keeping curls in place, according to Kelsey Griffin, a beauty expert.

“People just assume or refuse to use hairspray because they believe that’s what causes the curl to fall out, but we’re going to use a mousse, people!” she exclaimed in her TikTok step-by-step video.

The first step in creating long-lasting curls is applying mousse to dry hair.

“Apply a generous amount of mousse to your dry hair.

“Now all you have to do is put it into practice,” she advised.

“After that, all you have to do is brush it through your hair to make sure it’s evenly coated.”

While your hair will most likely “look and feel gross,” she admits that once the mousse is evenly brushed through it and dried, it will feel normal again.

“Now, when you curl your hair, I swear your curls will last like three days,” Kelsey claimed.

After seeing the trick, one of her followers said, “Girl, if this works, I’m going to freak out.”

Others praised TikToker’s hairdo.

One enthusiastic user exclaimed, “As someone with pin-straight Asian hair… this works!”

“I used to do this for pageants and I still do it when I curl my hair for events.”

The only way to ruin the curls, according to another supporter, is to set them on fire.

Hair styling advice has been shared by TikTokers.

According to one woman, people with straight hair should only brush it four times per day to avoid damage.

She also suggested that people sleep with their hair in a “protective hairstyle.”

Using leave-in conditioner or argan oil, according to the expert, is one way to protect hair ends.

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