Does sponging your hair make it curly?
Hair sponges work by firmly but gently rubbing the sponge on your hair using a circular motion to create twists, curls, or coils. The holes in the sponge, coupled with your hand movement, create small twist within the hair. Using the hair sponge to create these twists is much faster than if you were doing it by hand.
What does the spiky side of the sponge do?
Most twist sponges are two-sided. One side has tiny holes, while the other has grooves. Each of these sides is used to achieve different textures of curls or twists on your hair. The flat side is used to achieve very defined curls, while the side with the grooves is used to achieve a rather rugged look.
Does twist sponge work on long hair?
How long your hair is will also play into how well a hair twist sponge works for you. Hair sponges are typically meant for short hair and will be best for those with strands that are around an inch or two long.
How do you use a curl sponge?
Curl sponges curl your natural hair. To use this tool, you rub it onto your hair in a circular motion to create curls, coils and even twists. The holes and the movement you create with your hands will curl and twist sections of your hair. Using a hair sponge takes less time than it would to create this style by hand.
How does a hair sponge work?
How does a hair sponge work? Curl sponges curl your natural hair. To use this tool, you rub it onto your hair in a circular motion to create curls, coils and even twists. The holes and the movement you create with your hands will curl and twist sections of your hair.
Are black hair sponges good for curls?
Black hair sponges are unisex, so girls and guys alike can benefit from curl sponges. It works best on short, natural hair that is at least an inch long. Any shorter, and your curls may not fit into the holes of the sponge.
How to choose the right hair sponges?
Generally speaking, sponges that have small holes will work best on really short hair. These sponges produce uniform, tight, small coils and/or curls, depending on your individual natural hair texture. On longer hair, hair sponges that have larger holes will produce larger curls or coils.