How to do the Shirley Temple Curls Hairstyle

Learn how to make Shirley Temple style curls on your little girl. A step-by-step hair tutorial on how to achieve bouncy curls without heat! 
Shirley Temple CurlsThe products we use on our babies/toddlers hair is essential for them to have nourished and healthy hair follicles. I rely on brands and products that will protect my little princess’ hair. Having grown up with curly hair — my mom always made sure that my hair was well conditioned, it is the same process I follow for my daughter. Her beautiful luscious curls need extra nourishing and conditioning to stay healthy. Johnson’s No More Tangles product line has made styling my daughter’s hair easier. Disclosure: This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with JOHNSON’S® NO MORE TANGLES®.


Johnson & Johnson No More Tangles JOHNSON’S® NO MORE TANGLES® regimen line includes:
Step 1 Cleanse: JOHNSON’S® NO MORE TANGLES® Shampoo and Conditioner
Step 2 Nourish: JOHNSON’S® NO MORE TANGLES® Leave-In Conditioner
Step 3 Style: JOHNSON’S® NO MORE TANGLES® Detangling Spray

JOHNSON’S® NO MORE TANGLES® Shampoo and Conditioner
The shampoo and conditioner leave hair easy to manage. The extra conditioning helps with stubborn knots and leave hair smelling wonderful. The product is free of Paraben, phthalate, and triclosan. The No More Tears formula is as pure as water and gentle to the eyes.

JOHNSON’S® NO MORE TANGLES® Leave-In Conditioner
The leave in condition controls wild frizz and tangles. Its light-weight formula helps to unlock stubborn tangles. It gently conditions toddlers’ hair to leave it soft and manageable. The conditioners help toddlers’ hair stay smooth and strong to help prevent breakage.

Works to instantly unlock knots and tangles to improve manageability for easy trouble-free combing. It helps to lubricate hair, helping it stay strong so it will break less.

My daughter has soft thick hair that needs a lot of moisturizing and conditioning. I usually try to leave her hair naturally curly or up in a ponytail. Luckily, she is great at letting me style her hair when I want to do something fancy like a braid or Shirley Temple curls. My mom used to do Shirley Temple curls on me and my sister when we were younger. One day I tried to do the same style on my daughter and her hair came our adorable! It has become my “go-to” hairstyle for special occasions because it is easy and all you need is some Johnson’s detangling spray and leave in conditioner. You do not need any heating tools or hairspray!

How to do the Shirley Temple Curls Hairstyle

Shirley Temple hairstyleStep one: I shampooed my daughter using Johnson’s No More Tears for Thick/curly hair. I lathered it well then rinsed.

Shirley Temple hairstyle Step two:  I put a decent amount of Johnson’s leave-in conditioner all over her hair then brushed it with a comb.

Shirley Temple curls with no heatStep three: I sprayed the leave-in conditioner all over her hair so that it is saturated then combed through it again.

Shirley Templa curls hairstyleStep four: Using a combed to grab about one-two inch pieces of hair (making sure the piece was still saturated with leave-in conditioner) I twirled it around all the way to the end of her hair follicle. You can also twist around your finger but I feel you get a better curl using just the hair. You want to continue this step throughout her entire hair.

Tips: If the hair starts to dry just spray more detangling spray to saturate it. The curl holds better when it is wet.

Easy Shirley Temple Curls with no heatMy daughter loves when I style her hair so I like to take the opportunity to try new hair styles often. I definitely feel lucky that she sits on a chair and lets me be creative! She is definitely a girly girl when it comes to doing her hair and painting her little toes. I love her hair and want to make sure that I take good care of it.




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