How To Curl Your Hair No Heat In 3 Steps by Ala Scolnic - Musely
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How To Curl Your Hair No Heat In 3 Steps

posted in Beauty > Hair
  • All you need:

    A few strings (5-8 inches long)

  • This is best to do before bed. You'll have to sleep in it. But the curls will last longer.


    You'll have to have your hair wet

    (It's best to do this after a shower, and after you towel dry only.)

    Make sure you hair isn't dripping but still wet/damp.

  • You can spray the strands with hair spray if you want.


    Break your hair up in parts (like you would when curling with an iron)


    Take a strand and a string and wrap it around the string all the way to the top and tie it.

    But when you tie it you have to tie it the opposite of which way you curled your hair (in or out).

  • Then just repeat for all the other strands. Just have fun with it! :)

    Hope this helps someone of makes them happy with the result.

  • This is probably how they curled their hair a long time ago. It's basically for small curls. But you can experiment if it makes a different how much hair is in each strand.


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