While rollers have been a fixture in pin-up posters from the bygone eras, they were cast aside as heat styling became popular. However, for a no-heat method, rollers are still the most popular way to curl your hair. Start by sectioning your wet hair into strands that are one inch in width. Then take your tools, whether they be velcro rollers, plastic ones or sponge twists and place them at the end of your hair. Next, roll the hair around your tool and continue rolling it inwards until it is resting on your head. Pin it to your head firmly and repeat for all sections of hair. Once it has air dried naturally and you’ve removed the rollers, say hello to big vintage curls!
In this technique, your t-shirt is reserved for your head not your body. Take an old t-shirt and cut it into a length that’s long enough to go around your head. After you’ve tied the t-shirt length in a hairband fashion, take a section of your hair and go through the band in a loop until the strand is wound and can be pinned to the head. Do this until all the sections of hair are wound around the t-shirt band; let your hair dry naturally. Once you remove the band, you’ll have defined curls. (If you want to add some shine, gently add some Toni & Guy Glamour Serum Drops to your hair without disturbing your curls.)
The next time you sit down with a sheet of bubble wrap to enjoy bursting a few rounds, use it on your hair instead. Start by dividing your hair into thick sections. Next, roll a sheet of bubble wrap into a thick roll and place it at the end of your hair. Keep rolling it inwards till you’ve reached the head. Take either ends of the bubble wrap roll and fasten them together. Do so until all the sections of your hair are rolled; let your hair air dry. Within half an hour you’ll be unwrapping your hair to a bouncy head of curls.
Braids have been used to get curls at home for ages! All you have to do is separate your wet hair into sections and start plaiting each section into a basic three-strand plait. The smaller the section, the better the curl so adjust the width of your section accordingly. Continue plaiting until all sections of the hair are completed and leave your hair to dry by itself. Once complete, open your plaits to tight, structured curls!
For this method, you will need a pair of socks which are long in length. Divide your hair into large sections and place the sock at the end of your hair section. Then roll the hair section inwards until it is resting on the head and tie either ends of the socks together. Do this until all your sections are rolled and let your hair dry naturally. Remove the socks in half an hour. (You can add some Toni & Guy Classic Shine Gloss Serum through your hair for frizz-free, glossy locks.)