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8 Ways To Style Your Hair Without Using Heat

Updated on June 29, 2015

Every girl wants perfectly styled hair, but dosn't want to deal with the heat damage caused by curling and straightening irons. Well listed below are different ways to acheive gorgeous and easy hair styles with no heat required!

Loose Curls

Do you want natural looking, loose curls? Well there is an easy way! First make sure your hair is completely dry, then dampen only the ends of your hair, and use just a touch of styling mousse at the ends. After applying the mousse, put your hair in a tight bun. After the rest of the hair is dry, take out the hair tie carefully. Voila! Lovely, loose curls are achieved!

Criss-Cross Bun

Divide your hair into three strands and put the middle strand in a low ponytail, and then twist it into a bun. After doing so, take another strand and wrap it around the bun, and then pin the strand in place. Do the same with the other strand and you should have a criss-cross like design on your hair.

Cotton Candy Updo

For this sweet looking cotton candy bun, put your hair in a high ponytail, and spray it very lightly with hairspray. After doing so, take a comb and start teasing the ponytail. Once your hair is light and frizzy looking, twist it into a loose bun and hold it down with bobby pins or another hair tie. Now you can have sweet hair that has a texture that looks a lot like cotton candy!

Beach Waves

Who dosn't love classic beach waves? To achieve this hairstyle, wash your hair, then let it dry until it is damp. When your hair is almost dry, comb it to get rid of tangles, then put it in a messy bun. If you want tighter curls, use more hair ties. After the hair in your bun is completely dry, take the hair tie out and style your hair the way you desire.

Knot Bun

This is a fun updo that is very simple, but great for anywhere you may go! Just put your hair in a high ponytail, then split it into four strands. Take two of the strands and tie it into a knot, but make sure it is loose so your hair dosn't get terribly tangled! Take the remaining two strands and wrap it around the knot. If you want the bun to stay, use a little bit of hairspray so it is more likely to stay in place. Now you have a cute hairstyle that can be worn for any occasion!

Pin Curls

if you want tighter curls without having to deal with the damage of a curling iron, then wash your hair, and wait for it to dry until it is slightly damp. When your hair is damp, divide your hair into strands. If you want many, tight curls then divide into many strands. After dividing, twist each strand and coil it. After it is coiled, take a bobby pin or a hair to keep each coil of hair in place. wait for at least twenty minutes. If you choose to wait longer, your curls will be tighter. Now you will have cute, tight curls, and won't have to even pick up a curling iron.

Braid Bun

Here is another fun bun to try! After combing your hair to get rid of tangles, put it up in a ponytail. After your hair is up, seperate the ponytail into two strands and braid each of the strands. After you have both strands braided, then wrap one of the braids around the other braid and use a bobby pin to keep it in place. After it is pinned, wrap the other braid around and pin the end do it also stays in place. If you want to make sure that the bun is more stable, spray a little bit of hairspray on it.

Crimped Frizzy Hair

having crimped frizzy hair can be made very simple. Wash your hair the night before and let your hair dry until it is damp. When your hair is now damp, braid it into several small braids. Wear the braids overnight. In the morning take out the braids. Now you have big and crimped hair with no use of heat!

Now you won't have to worry about having to use heat for cute hair! Please rate this article and/or leave any questions or comments you may have.

© 2015 Erin Lindeman

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