5 Heatless Ways To Achieve Gorgeous Curls

Heatless Ways To Achieve Gorgeous Curls

Do you want to curl your hair without using curling iron or hot rollers? Well, this is possible. You can achieve lustrous curls using a few simple things that are available around the house.

Things You Will Need To Curl Your Hair

Go with Buns

Dampen your hair and create many small buns on your head. Make sure to secure each bun in place and carry on your daily chores. Just before heading out, use a hairspray to spritz the buns and using a blow dryer, blast some hot hair on each bun. Now, undo the buns and viola you have beautiful curls.

Go with Buns

A Headband

Place the band around the head. Make sure that it sits perfectly on your head coming down to the base of the neck at the back. Section the damp hair and twist them. Bring the twisted ends up and secure them under the headband. Depending on the type of curls you want, you can use larger sections of hair, if you desire wider and looser curls. Make small sections, if you want lots of curls. Leave the headband entire night and then loosen it in the morning.

A Headband

An Old T-shirt

Place any old t-shirt on the table. Cut strips using sharp scissors. Wider strips will give bigger curls and thinner strips smaller ones. First, dampen your hair and separate into segments. Roll each section of hair around the strip. The loose end of the rag must be tied once you reach the scalp. Repeat the same process for all section of the hair. Remove the strips once the hair is dry.

An Old T shirt

Bobby Pins

Bobby Pins are just enough to get sexy spiral curls. Wet your hair and create the curls by folding small sections of hair onto your scalp. Now, pin them down using bobby pins. Wait for a few hours or if possible, sleep overnight by covering your head with a shower cap. When you wake up you have gorgeous curls.

Bobby Pins

Braids

This timeless method is also an easy way to get those gorgeous waves. By doing a loose side braid, you can give some volume as well as movement to your bottom half of the hair. However, if you want plenty of curls, then French braid your hair, starting from the partition. For tighter waves, make smaller braids.

Braids