How to achieve curls without a curler



without a curling iron or curler is possible using various methods. Here are a few techniques you can try. Remember that the final results may vary depending on your hair type and the method you choose. Experiment with these techniques to find the one that works best for you. Additionally, applying a light-hold hairspray before and after styling can help your curls hold their shape for longer.
Braiding: Wash your hair and let it air dry until it’s slightly damp. Divide your hair into several sections and braid each section tightly. You can create smaller braids for tighter curls or larger braids for looser curls. Leave the braids in overnight or until your hair is completely dry, then gently undo the braids to reveal your curls.
Twisting: Similar to braiding, you can achieve curls by twisting your hair. Start with slightly damp hair and divide it into sections. Take each section and twist it tightly until it starts to coil up. Secure the twisted section with a hair tie or bobby pin, and repeat this process for all sections. Leave the twists in overnight or until your hair is dry, then carefully unravel them to reveal your curls.
Buns: This method works best with damp hair. Divide your hair into sections and twist each section until it forms a coil. Wrap the twisted section around itself to create a bun, and secure it with a hair tie or bobby pins. Leave the buns in overnight or until your hair is dry, then remove the hair ties or pins to release your curls.

Pin curls: Start with dry hair and divide it into small sections. Take each section and wrap it around your finger, creating a small coil. Secure the coil to your scalp using bobby pins. Repeat this process for all sections of your hair. Leave the pin curls in overnight or for several hours, then carefully remove the pins to reveal your curls.
Headband curls: Begin with slightly damp hair. Place a stretchy headband over your head, positioning it like a halo, with the band resting against your forehead and the ends tucked behind your ears. Take small sections of your hair and wrap them around the headband, tucking the ends underneath. Continue wrapping sections of hair until all your hair is wrapped around the headband. Leave it in overnight or until your hair is completely dry, then unwrap the hair from the headband to reveal your curls.

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