How to Get Curly Hair Without Using a Curling Iron

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To curl your hair without using a curling iron, you'll have to use rollers and pins. Discover how to curl your hair without a curling iron with help from a professional hair designer in this free video on hair curling.

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Hi, I'm Lizbeth Muller and I'm a professional hairstylist with In this clip, I'm going to show you how to get curly hair without using a curling iron. You'll need rollers, you'll need pins, you'll need a comb. The first step would be to take a strand of hair, enough to put on a roller. OK, because we want to use like I did here, I did some rollers before, make sure the hair is damp. We take a medium size roller to make a curl, a medium size, take the strand of hair, comb the strand of hair out. Then I would take the roller, place it on the end of the hair. And I would roll it really nice and neatly. OK, make sure the hair is damp, you can also get curls with dry hair, but they'd have to be like, on a hot roller type of curl. But this is how you would do it, place it, and then rollers would be placed like this here, just so it doesn't look like there's separation, and that's how you would do it. You can also get pin curl in there and get a curl with a pin curl. So what I would do is, I'd take a strand of hair like this and I would roll it in between my fingers, okay. Roll it in between the fingers, make sure that it's round like this, and place it standing up. So you would just keep rolling the hair and you would place the pin in the root of the hair. So you would actually keep rolling round and round and round, until you go ahead and place a pin in the middle. You can get a nice curl like that, again, take in the strand, rolling it between, and placing a pin right here. And that's how you would curl hair. This has been Lizbeth Muller, thank you for watching.


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