Very clever way to save your hair from damaging hot rollers!

Tulle and Trinkets

I don’t know many straight-haired gals who don’t wish for wavy locks — and this can come at a damaging price if you’re always using a hot curling iron on your straight hair! Luckily, there has been a wave of no-heat ways to get curly hair lately. Rags, socks, mini buns, etc., there are so many ways you can make your straight hair wavy without damaging it with heat. I recently discovered my method of choice.

I was inspired by this video, but I didn’t want the tight, retro curls this vlogger was going for, so I modified the tutorial a bit to get big, beachy waves.

how to get wavy hair with no heat

To get no-heat waves, all you need is a circular headband. You can use anything from a small elastic band to a thick, turban-style headband like I used. The bigger your headband, the looser your waves will be. If you want tight…

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