Rebecca Lee brings a difference to the art of coiled curls with the simple task of taking the top section and bringing it flatly back
away from her face. This brings contrast to an otherwise constant flow of curls. Her golden curls have been wrapped with a coiling
iron to obtain the spiral effect we can see in the picture. Long layers have been fashioned to fall below her shoulders and it is the
layered appeal that gives her the volume that is so coveted for this hairstyle. If you will take note how her heaviest area is between
her forehead and neckline. The less volume is on the top and on her ends. This is the way this particular haircut of layers lies,
always heaviest in the middle zone. The bang area is usually long and flat, this makes for a congenial pattern for the curls to be
mixed in with the rest of the hair. Usually there is string type ends that sometimes appear to be entrancing from another haircut
altogether. Therefore, there are the long bangs, heavy middle and thin ends.
After your hair has been washed, conditioned and setting lotion sprayed, you are ready to section your hair off into the three sections
in the back of crown, middle and nap area. Take the area of your top and clasp. Section off your sides to at least the top and bottom
and always begin coiling on the nap in a vertical position. Leave your curls where they fall and work your way upward into the other
rows. Repeat this all over your head and take your top area, comb through and clasp in the back. You can also curl the ends of your
top to mix in with the crown. Spray some gloss and you are ready for work.