If you frequently use a curling iron to style your clients’ hair, it is important to make sure that residue from hairspray products are not left on the iron. Sticky, caked-on residue not only compromises the performance of your curling iron, but can also damage your clients’ hair.
Follow the steps in this video to learn how to clean your curling iron. You’ll learn different techniques for removing residue with the use of lemon juice, baking soda, or even nail polish remover. If you’re interested in ways that you can prevent further buildup of hairspray products after each use, check out the final step in this video.
For more advice on how to properly maintain your beauty tools, contact New England Hair Academy in Boston. Our educational programs provide the necessary foundation for a career in cosmetology. Call us at (781) 324-6799 to learn how to enroll.