One method black women use to care for their natural hair is blow-drying. If they want curls, they tend to do flat iron, which leaves the hair looking amazing. These two techniques can damage the hair due to the intense heat used. So, how can you curl your natural hair without heat? In this article, we share 11 tips you can apply.
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Here’s a video from Miss Lauren Leigh guiding you on how to curl natural hair without heat.
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Before you start, make sure you have the following:
- Flexi rods (if you’re using this method)
- Hair Comb
- Hair styling foams
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11 Steps to Curling Natural Hair Without Heat
1. Part your hair into four sections.
2. Detangle your hair with a hair detangler.
3. Apply the detangler on each section, one at a time.
4. Use a wide tooth comb to detangle the hair fully.
5. Once done, part the section again into two.
6. Use a setting foam and apply it generously on the parted section.
7. With the use of flexi rods, curl the section around it to your ends.
8. Follow the steps above to the other sections of your hair.
9. Leave the flexi rods on overnight or for a few hours.
10. Gentle remove the flexi rods.
11. Separate the hair to give you volume.
Video Credit: Miss Lauren Leigh
Miss Lauren Leigh is a natural hair YouTuber based in the United Kingdom. She takes you through her natural hair journey and advises you on caring for it.
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