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Anonymous 15713

How do I get naturally curly/wavy hair? No perms, no curling irons, etc.

Anonymous 15735

Tie your hair into braids (bigger ones for waves, smaller ones for curls) and sleep on them.

Anonymous 15736

>>15735
This, plus use serums/conditoners/mousses/masks for curly hair and dry your hair with a diffuser on low heat.

Anonymous 15745

>>15713
do nopoo

Anonymous 15822

and scrunch and help them curls by rolling with your fingers when styling in the morning

Anonymous 15825

>>15745
No poo doesn't give you curls if you don't naturally have curls. It's just a (supposedly) healthier way of washing your hair.

Anonymous 16279

>>15736
What's a diffuser?

Anonymous 16284

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>>16279
The circular pronged attachment piece that nicer hair dryers come with. It's better to dry wavy/curly hair with. The airflow is dispersed more evenly and the prongs help with keeping the hair shape and volume.

Anonymous 16286

Keep your hair well conditioned and so long as your hair isn't dead straight it will make waves more visible. This seems especially the case with leave in conditioners.

Anonymous 16295

Do you mean naturally as in heat free?

Anonymous 16334

Hair must be damp
Cover hair in moose
plait your whole hair
Wear silk bonnet if can
Leave overnight (no more)
depending on how tight the plaits are the more curly (Or how many plaits) you could easily make your hair coily.



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