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Properly Curl Your Hair Without Damaging It

Properly Curl Your Hair Without Damaging It

Oct 18, 2020

Curling hair can be a difficult task for many women. It is important to find the best way to curl your hair without damaging it, and luckily some easy solutions will help you achieve this. Curl your hair with a flat iron instead of using an actual curler, use heat protection spray before styling, and wrap your head in an old t-shirt or towel while you sleep so curls last longer.

Curling your hair is a popular way to add volume and bounce, but the heat from traditional curling irons can damage locks. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how you can curl without damaging your hair.

All Day Curls Without Damaging

Here are things to remember when curling:

  1. use a hot styling tool that fits with your needs
  2. use a product like a hairspray or lightweight cream before adding curls
  3. don’t brush through curls as they cool off for best results.
  4. protecting against heat damage by using thermal protection spray before heating the tool
  5. applying smoothing serum after styling to make sure curls stay in place all day long
  6. washing with shampoo and conditioner every other time you wash just so you don’t strip moisture from hair

To get the curls you want, but not put undue stress on your locks, there are a few things you should know. The first thing to consider is how tight you want the curl. If you’re looking for loose waves or beachy waves that fall into each other, then start with sections of hair at shoulder length and wrap them around a curling iron barrel three times instead of wrapping it around just once like when doing more traditional curls. Second, make sure to use a mousse or mouse before using any heated tools on your head so that the heat can penetrate all layers of your hair and give better results. Finally, use hot rollers only after applying some kind of serum.

traditional curls

Easy Curly Hair Hacks

Curling your hair without the damage is hard, but not impossible! The key is to use a heat protectant before you start curling. You can also curl your hair with a wand or large barrel iron for better results.  Use a medium-sized section of hair and wrap small sections around the barrel while holding each end in place close to the scalp. This will give you loose waves that are perfect for summertime! If you want tighter curls, make bigger sections and hold them closer to the ends of your hair while wrapping them around the barrel. Once done, spray some texturizing hairspray on top and shake it out with your fingers or brush it out if desired for more volume.

One of the best things about curling your hair is that you can do it without damaging your hair. You can use a flat iron or a curling wand to get the desired look, but there are some tricks for using these tools safely and effectively.

Curling hair is a time-tested beauty technique that never fails to make you feel glamorous. But, the curling iron has more than just an aesthetic purpose: it’s also your best defense against damaged locks. The heat of the curler can cause too much damage for those with thin or sensitive hair, and its tight grip can exacerbate breakage issues.