Hair styling tools definitely give your hair a new look but using them constantly can leave your hair damaged to the point that it is harder to repair them. Fortunately, you don’t have to rely on these tools to get your hair styled beautifully, because there are many hairstyles that don’t require heat for you to pull off.
Here are some no-heat hairstyles for you to try.
Twisted buns. Elegant hairstyles are not that complicated to do just like in the case of twisted buns. First, you should divide your day-old hair into three equal parts then spray each parts with a small amount of hairspray. Allow the hairspray to set before combing. Hold the right section of your hair and twist it counter-clockwise all the way to the end. Wrap the section on itself and pin it down with some mini bobby pins. Twist the middle section of your hair in a clockwise movement and secure it in place with some bobby pins. The left section of your hair should be twisted in a clockwise motion and pin again. Spray your buns with more hairspray and you are done.
Plaits. If you want to take a break with your use of hairstyling tools for your hair but have a wild hair that needs to be tamed, try weaving it into plaits. The side plait is actually perfect for those days when you just want your hair out of your face while working. For this hairstyle, you will need to start your plait a bit higher than usual and in a loose plait too before moving to a chunkier version as you make your way down to the ends of your hair. Even if there are some loose wisps of hair, the plait will keep your hairstyle looking great.
Surfer waves. No time to hit the beach but would like to sport some surfer waves? There is a simple trick to achieve those impressive waves. For starters, spray some conditioning spray on your wet hair. Turn your hair upside down and work some mousse into the hair strands. Divide your hair into two sections afterwards. To create the waves, get a small piece of your hair the start twisting it in an outward motion. Twist the small section of hair tightly then pull afterwards before letting go. This will help keep your hair twisted. Do as many sections as you can then after putting your makeup on, give your twisted hair an additional twist before letting them air dry.
Buns. Another hairstyle that looks complicated at first glance but completely easy to do, the buns can help you get your hair off your face while still looking fabulous. To start, section your hair into two parts then tie them in a ponytail. Divide each ponytail into two then twist the sections loosely. Tie the ends to hold them in place. Repeat with the other ponytail. Wrap the twisted sections over each other to create a bun. Pin the bun in place with some bobby pains and spray some hairspray to prevent your twisted bun from unraveling too soon.
Crisscross ponytail. This hairstyle will definitely up the ante to your ponytail. First, gather your hair into a ponytail while leaving a small section of hair on each side of the ponytail. Divide the left section of your hair into two. Get the top section and bring it towards your right side and above the ponytail. Secure it in place with a bobby pin. Do the same with the right section of your hair. Keep alternating the strands until you create a crisscross design above your ponytail. Get the extra hair from the crisscrossed section of your hair and incorporate them into your ponytail. If the tails are short, you can simply pin them under your ponytail.