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Thu, 22 Aug 2019

Northeast Today

Crowned in the Curls!

Crowned in the Curls!
March 12
17:07 2019

NET Bureau

Curly hair is fun, glamorous and flawless. But, are you one of those straight haired girls who can die for curls? Yet you cannot afford to damage your hair by heating?  We can hear a lot of ‘YES’s!!!! Worry not as Northeast Today brings for you some easy, no-heating hacks to get natural curls without much fuss.

Overnight  Braiding: Wash and condition your hair as usual. Gently comb out any tangles. Pat your hair dry with a towel. Allow your hair to dry until it is just damp.  Part your hair down the middle and braid the two sections tightly, then fasten the ends with a hair tie or rubber band. Wait several hours or go to bed with your hair in braids to allow the waves to set in. When your hair is dry or in the morning, removes the rubber bands and unbraids your hair. Gently run your fingers through your hair to create natural-looking waves.

 

Sock-Bun Curls: Cut the toe off of two socks. Roll the “sleeve” of the sock down towards the open toe. When you’re done rolling your sock will look like a donut. Tie your hair into a high ponytail using a strong-grip hair tie. Put your thumb and index finger through the top of the hole of the doughnut and pull the first section of hair through. Then, simply repeat the same steps until all of your hair is wrapped around the doughnut. When you’re done with one section of the hair, move over to the next and when you get to the tip of your hair, tuck it into the sock bun. Then, let it sit!

Curls Using Bobby Pins: Separate a two-inch section of hair from near your right temple. Gently comb the section of hair with comb. Wrap the ends of the section of hair around a couple of your fingers so that the hair rolls away from your face and underneath your fingers. Roll your hair towards your scalp. Grab another two-inch section of hair next to the rolled hair you just pinned into place. Repeat rolling and pinning two-inch sections of damp hair into place until your entire head has been pinned up. Keep it overnight or for hours. Unpin one curl at a time and gently allow the rolled hair to cascade down. Once you have unpinned all of the curls, place your fingers through your hair at the scalp and carefully shake them back and forth to gently loosen the curls.

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