The popularity of actress and singer Vanessa Hudgens has grown quickly over the past few years. The "High <a class="StrongLink" href="http://www.ehow.com/education/">School</a> Musical" star has cultivated a wholesome image that includes stylish clothing and curly hair. You can learn to curl your hair like Vanessa Hudgens to stay up-to-date on today's trendy looks.
Things You'll Need
- Curling iron
- Anti-frizz cream
- Hair spray
Trace the path of Vanessa Hudgens's hair from her first pictures in the limelight before you curl your hair. Websites like TheHairStylist.com provide a look at the different degrees of curliness that Hudgens achieves when styling her hair (see Resources below).
Brush your hair from scalp to tip before you apply the curling iron. The Vanessa Hudgens look is simpler when the hair has been softened with repeated brushing.
Prepare your hair before curling with the help of an anti-frizz product. Hudgens is a spokeswoman for Neutrogena, which sells Anti-Frizz Cream and other hair products to help women curl their hair effectively (see Resources below).
Develop a straight part down the middle of your head before you curl your hair like Vanessa Hudgens. Clip off small portions of hair and curl one section at a time to increase the impact of your curling efforts.
Increase the amount of time spent curling each section of hair as you move away from the top of your head. Vanessa Hudgens has bouncy curls at her shoulders that are created with 60-second hot iron stints for each section of hair.
Cover each curled section of hair with hair spray before moving to the next section. The curly hair favored by Vanessa Hudgens stays in place, despite turning and walking down the red carpet, with the help of extra-hold hair spray.
Perform final touch-ups to perfect the look. Post a picture of Vanessa Hudgens on your mirror to maneuver your bangs and curls to copy the look favored by the actress. You may need to re-curl a section of hair on both sides of your face if your bone structure is slighter than Vanessa Hudgens.