5 Ways To Curl Your Hair Without Heat

It's time to ditch the curling wands and try some alternative no-heat options. When you blow-dry or curl your hair too often, it can lead to heat damage.


Thankfully, heat isn't the only way to achieve beautiful, tight, bouncy curls. We’ve compiled the fastest and best ways for hair curling without heat.


The scrunching method:

Possibly the easiest way to achieve some loose water wave curls. Scrunching will enhance the natural curl pattern in your bundles, making it wavy, or curly depending on the hair texture.


All you need is to apply some styling mousse to your hands and mimic crunching paper on your hair. 


Hair rollers:

When you think heatless hair curling you think, hair rollers. However, this method takes a bit of patience, On damp hair, start rolling sections from the bottom up and secure with a bobby pin. Let your hair dry and you'll have gorgeous curls. Don't forget to apply some light hairspray and sheen to keep them shiny and in place.


Bantu Knots:

This method is perfect for both hair extensions and natural hair. You'll achieve tight defined curls. The Bantu method also helps calm frizz. Part 1-2 inch sections and start twisting until it resembles a rope, twist tightly, roll the twist around itself from the root to form the knot and secure with a bobby pin or hair elastic.


Braid your hair:

Want some loose waves without heat? Slightly wet your hair, or use styling moose to moisten it. Then braid your hair in small sections for a tighter wave or big sections for a loose wave. Cover it with a satin bonnet and sleep with it overnight. In the morning, undo the braids and add some hair oil or hairspray for styling.


The headband method:

Pull a fabric headband on your air-dried or damp hair then divide your hairs into two parts. Begin to tightly roll one part away from the face going under and around the headband until you reach the end of your hair.  Follow the same process on the other side of your hair.




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