- January 6, 2020
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- Posted by: Frankie Cochrane
Heat-damaged hair is easy to spot – split ends, stringy texture, knots, tangles, and breakage. Yet wavy curly hair can be achieved by simply air-drying your hair, preventing harm and creating the volume you desire.
Learn how to make curly hair wavy without heat here…
Start with the Basics
Getting the right cut is really important and this all depends on your hair type. The best cut for wavy hair is known as point cutting as this enhances the wavy curl pattern. Layered wavy hair is created by letting the curl form more easily as the layering releases the weight.
Experienced stylists from the Frankie Cochrane hair salon will offer styling for all hair types. And taking care of long layered wavy hair is just one of their specialities! They’ll give you all the help and advice you need to manage your curls and waves to bring out the natural beauty. And provide you with the optimum products needed to moisturise and maintain.
Experiment with Different Products
There’s an entire range of styling products that will help you forget about the hot curling iron and avoid the split ends that come with it! If your hair tends to be straight you can opt for a wave-encouraging lotion or a sea salt spray. This gives a natural texture – and products with seaweed extract lock in moisture.
If your hair has a little curl you can choose a curl-defining cream or mousse options. And for hair that’s prone to frizz use a shine serum and other frizz control products.
Whatever product you decide on the key is to keep it light. Overuse of any product will stop the best thing about wavy hair – and that’s the movement.
Try New Styling Techniques
After your shampoo and rinse you can absorb excess moisture by patting your hair with a towel. Detangle your hair with a wide-toothed comb to prevent any damage. work a lotion or lightweight mousse from the roots to the ends.
Then separate sections of your hair and wrap around pin curls – creating a neat curl with the ends tucked in. Alternatively, you can wrap hair strands around your fingers to make a loop and then secure it to your scalp with a pin curl clip or a duckbill clip. When you’ve wound all of your hair in these vertical sections simply wait for your hair to dry completely and remove the clips.
Braids make for a pretty hairstyle and are easy to do. After adding a product to damp hair part it down the centre and clip one half out of the way. Divide the other into three equal sections and crisscross the strands tying off with a small headband. Repeat on the other side. When hair is dry loosen the bands and run your fingers through to encourage the waves. For even better results wave while you’re asleep and remove the braids in the morning.
A single bun can create voluminous waves. After washing and detangling your hair comb it back away from your face. Pull it into a ponytail at the top of your head and fasten with a band. Then twist the ponytail a couple of times before wrapping around the band and securing with pins.
Another method is to make a doughnut bun with a sock minus the toes. Place the end of your ponytail through the sock, spreading the ends and tucking them underneath. Roll the sock down and secure with pins. Sleeping in the bun will guarantee wavy hair when you wake up in the morning and remove the accessories!