|Response on Jan 26, 2016 @ 09:43 pm|
Not fast, but without heat.. you could use rags, or foam curlers overnight, and it'll be ready in the morning. No other magic that I know of, unless you buy a wig.
|Heatless waves using a headband on Jan 26, 2016 @ 09:56 pm|
Hey! I use minimal heat on my hair (blowdrying once in a while) and do not have time to curl my hair either. After I shower at night I blowdry my hair until it's almost dry then I use a headband to wrap my hair around. I go to bed like this and then remove it in the morning. This creates curls however you need to loosen and soften things by running your fingers through your hair and adding texturizer. Here's the tutorial I go by: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLL_gKzmMik
She also provides another option for overnight curls: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsGuWokn47A
Hope this helps!
|I have curly hair do you want to trade ? on Jan 26, 2016 @ 10:04 pm|
I have curly hair it has a mind of it's own . Sometimes it is to frizzy if I play with it too much , so as soon as I towel dry it , and put a little styling gel I have to leave it alone . In the summer when it is really hot it frizzes like crazy . Someitime my hair looks really dried out so I put some Argan oïl in my hair . I still hate my hair and I wish I had straight hair .
|. on Jan 26, 2016 @ 10:29 pm|
You can try doing pincurls, which have worked the best for me. However, they need to be done overnight or ahead of time with damp hair and you let it air dry before un-doing the bobby pins. You can find tutorials on youtube.
|. on Jan 26, 2016 @ 10:55 pm|
Tie it into rags or brads while wet and let dry, but it'll take a long time to dry! Like overnight.
|. on Jan 26, 2016 @ 11:59 pm|
Sponge rollers and wear to bed. That's the only thing that works for my thick hair.
|. on Jan 27, 2016 @ 03:59 am|
It's not quick but braiding your hair and letting it dry overnight (put in some oil or creme to fight frizziness first). Take it out in the am and gently toss your hair or finger comb to separate the waves. Spritz with a little hairspray. Oh, and make sure you use ouchless brand elastics to avoid kink lines. Or, for a more curly vs wavey look take small sections, twist hair and wind into mini buns all over your head. In the morning separate the curls with your fingers for more volume. Also make sure you put anti frizz product in your hair before the mini buns. First look is more wavy boo and second (depending on how tightly wound and how small the sections are, provide a long lasting curl.
|. on Jan 27, 2016 @ 08:01 am|
Thank you guys so much! I'll try all your ideas :) just don't want to damage my hair anymore than it is :P
|Curly hair? on Mar 01, 2016 @ 07:36 am|
Most certainly, you don't need heat. If you want curls, dampen your hair twirl hair with fingers and secure with a bobby pin. Use lots of hair for waves, small amounts for tight smaller curls. It DOES work. Presto, no heat required.
|... on Mar 01, 2016 @ 07:40 am|
There was a video with instructions floating around fb the otherday. I plan to try it...I will see if I can find it and paste the link here for you...