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3 Expert Tricks To Curl Your Hair Without Using Heating Tools

Want to style your hair in curls without ruining it with heating tools? Here is how!

Curling your hair is the best way to show off a new hairdo because it completely transforms your appearance. However, you should reduce the frequency of heating equipment on your hair because doing so causes permanent damage to the hair fibers. Want a technique to curl the hair while causing any harm to your strands? Here they are, then! Here are three methods for creating heat-less curls in your hair using items you already have at home. Take a look below to learn about them all.

Curling a Straw

Supplies needed:

  • Paper straws
  • Rubber bands
  • Comb
  • Hairspray

First, you need to wet your hair and gently detangle it with a comb. If you don’t want to wait for your hair to dry for an eternity, consider using a spray bottle. The next step in achieving beautiful, long-lasting curls is to use an anti-frizz lotion. Doing this first thing in the morning will help your hair dry naturally without heat.

Second, you’ll wrap strands of hair around the straw. Take a snippet of hair and place the straw as close to the scalp as possible. Continue winding the hair around the reed until you can’t go any farther.

The third step is to rubber-band the folded straw. Hold on to the end of the straw until the hair tie has wholly secured it. It’s possible to cut a straw down to a more manageable length. However, to avoid having too much or not enough of the ideal size, it’s better to do so after rolling all the hair in the straw.

After allowing your hair to dry for the night, you can proceed to the next step. Let it dry completely overnight, then in the morning, though it may hurt, take out the straws.

In the fifth step, you’ll add some volume by carefully separating the curls. Then, cut each ring apart at its bottom to reveal many coiled strands. If you do this, you’ll notice that your hair is thicker and fuller. The next step is to apply the setting lotion over the mousse.

Curling With Elastic Tubes

Supplies needed:

  • Hair curlers
  • Hairspray
  • Hair cram
  • Combing tool for hairstyles

First, use an anti-frizz cream and set lotion on tiny areas of hair. Avoid using water to wet the hair; look for products that hydrate and hold the curls in place.

The second step is to smooth out the knots and wrap the hair into the flexible tube. Untangle your curls if you’d want them to seem more defined. After that, using the hosepipe as a resource, wrap the hair securely backward, close to the root.

Third, bend the tube into a U shape, starting at the top and ending at the bottom. The twisted lock is then secured to the tube by applying mousse to the lock and bending the tube’s tail end.

our, keep adding tubes unless all your hair is in place. If you don’t have time to let it dry naturally, a blow dryer will do the trick. If you go that route, spray heat defenders on your hair to keep it from getting fried.

When you’re happy with the results, step five is to remove the tubes and brush out the curls. To remove the dried hair from the lines, rotate them anticlockwise. The circles will appear more defined and well-hydrated if the cream is given to the curls before they are separated.

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Indrani Karmakar from Siliguri is a writer and artist. After graduating in Political science, she broadened her horizons and dived into the world of creativity. She loves adding humour and innovation to everything in and around her. When she is not working, you will find her collecting oddly shaped pebbles, doodling, crafting, and if you are really lucky- you can even catch her humming!
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