Often asked: How To Curl Hair Without Heat?

Does curling your hair without heat damage it?

You probably don’t need us to tell you that heat styling is damaging for your hair. While heated styling tools like curling irons can help you add texture and curls to your hair, they do more harm than good in the long run. However, avoiding heat tools doesn’t mean you can’t style your hair with curls.

How do you naturally curl your hair overnight?

“You pull your hair up to the top of your head and put it into a loose ponytail to prevent indents. Then you leave your natural curls out on the ends and secure the ‘pineapple’ with a headband, clip, or sleep cap. The next morning, give hair an extra pick-me-up with a curl refreshing spray, and style as desired.”

How can I curl my hair naturally at home?

Here’s how to make straight hair curly.

  1. Use a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner.
  2. Strengthen and protect your hair with a leave-in conditioner.
  3. Air dry or diffuse wet hair.
  4. Use a curling iron on stubbornly straight strands.
  5. Try a no-heat curling method.
  6. Add volume and texture with a sea salt spray.

Does rolling your hair damage it?

All types of rollers put the hair under tension, which can be very damaging if that hair is already fragile. If rollers are wound too tightly, they can cause breakage along the hair shaft, or even from the root. Doing so dramatically increases the tension at the roots, making further hair loss likely.