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How to Straighten Hair Without Heat

Getting the hair to look so smooth and straight can sometimes be difficult for most people to execute. This is down to the type of process that people employ in stretching their hairs. Most people employ hot methods to stretch their hair. This can strip your hair of the required moisture that keeps it fresh and prevents breakage. The damage that hot ceramic stretchers cause to our hairs can only be seen with time and ultimately makes our hair dry and coarse. Let us look at some heat-free hair stretching techniques. 

Blow-Dry Your Hair with Cold Air

Using blasts of cool air for your hair can be a very good alternative to heating the hair. First of all, allow your hair to dry three-quarters of the way. Then, divide them into three sections and then use the “cool” settings to dry them with your hairdryer. Move the hairdryer continuously from top to bottom. Keep the dryer at about six inches from your hair while doing so.

Wrap Your Hair

Wrapping the hair is one of the better tactics that you can employ for your hair’s stretching that doesn’t involve heat. There are so many hair wrapping techniques that you can learn online. There are different methods for different hair textures, and that’s pretty much the same thing as long as they’re effective. You will need hairpins and hair-wrapping scarfs for this.

Roll Your hair with Plastic Rollers 

You can achieve a glossy hair finish if you decide to roll your hair with plastic rollers. It gives you a wavy finish, and this requires zero heat for it to work. You need to divide your hair into sections and then roll them using the rollers before you go to bed or some hours before you go out. Using rollers will take some getting used to, but once you’ve done that, you’re good to go. 

There you have it! Above is a guide on how to straighten your hair without using heat. There are other options, such as using hair conditioners, shampoos, and other products. This should aim to improve your hair structure heat-free, enabling you to retain all the moisture that makes them beautiful.