Prepare your hair for the texturizer by washing it in the shower. Use shampoo and conditioner as you normally would, and dry your hair with a towel and comb it to remove any tangles. Rub petroleum jelly into your scalp -- this will help with any irritation from the texturizer.
Hair texturizer, such as the kind made by Proline, is used to loosen hair follicles and make them easier to style. While this is usually applied to curly hair, it can also be used on hair that needs curling. If you have hair that is difficult to curl, you can apply a texturizer followed by a curler to give yourself curly hair.
Separate your hair into three or four sections, and secure each section with hair clips. Apply the texturizer using the texturizer application brush. Leave it in for 10 minutes.
Apply the neutralizer to your hair using the texurizer application brush. Leave it in for 10 minutes, and wash your hair thoroughly for five minutes. Towel dry your hair.
Turn your curler on. Open the curler and place a small amount of hair inside. Curl your hair by rolling it up to within an inch of your scalp and holding it for 10 seconds. Repeat this step with the rest of your hair.