i use curlers but u can use tongs !! hope that helps !! :D
== == * Yes. It means your hair is damaged and it can be because you are dying your hair or the environment (such as too much sun, wind, grit). It's important to use mild shampoos and alternate between two shampoos because the hair will get use to one shampoo and you won't get the results you were hoping for. Blow-drying also is hard on the hair so sometimes (if you can) it's best to use a mousse and style your hair and air-dry. Be careful what type of hair sprays you may buy and be sure they don't have alcohol in them. If you dont get the split ends cut off, it will eventually split to the top of your head and break off at certain points of your fringe( if you have one). Regular trimmings are the best way to maintain split ends and u will find that by having healthier hair you wont get as many.
Wash your hair and use conditioner. It might take washing your hair twice to get rid of the buildup. Don't use as much products and if you do wash your hair every day.
Um... I think you mis-read the question... if you notice, it says 1880's through 1890's, I think you're describing hairstyles for the 1980's through 1990's. lol....well i had a few styles.....once was shaved up at the back and sides and curly perm on the top. that used to put hair mousse on then let it dry. then i had a curly perm all over and blowdryed the top going back with a round brush to get it full. then scrunch the back full spraying with gel spray for extra volume.. big hair and spikes where the rage... we used to use sugar and warm water mixed together to make our hair stand on end...lol funny times.....
having greasy hair isn't ever really good, it means that it isn't clean, or that you maybe failed to rinse out conditioner from your hair after a shower. however, if your hair is greasy right after you take a shower and you really washed out your conditioner, it could be due to puberty, just like your face gets oily during puberty, so can your scalp.