Types of Hair Extensions & How To Care For Them

Tape In Hair Extensions

What Are They?

Tape hair extensions are exactly what they sound like! The extensions are pre-taped and then taped/glued together on either side of your own hair. Typically a hairdresser would apply tape-ins for you because you need to align them to the roots and they are applied with a heated tool that heats up the glue. Additionally, you would need to have them removed (with glue remover) and then reinstalled. Naturally, when you apply heat to your roots and any adhesive product such as tape or glue, this can damage your hair.

How Long Do They Last?

Tape-ins’ are considered semi-permanent. Typically, they last 4-8 weeks before you need to remove and re-apply them, but just like any other hair it depends on how well you take care of them and it also depends on your hair growth.


You have to be very careful with using conditioners or hair products because this can cause the tape to come loose or slip off. This is a very common issue with tape-ins, where the hair simply slides off. Because of this, hairdressers usually recommend you use special shampoo/conditioner and styling products that are less harsh and not as oily to ensure the glue sticks to your hair. You can style them any way you want because they are made with human hair, but need to watch out for the roots where the glue/tape is.

Sew In Hair Extensions

What Are They?

Weave hair is applied by braiding the natural hair into a corn row first, and then the extensions are attached using a needle and thread, and threaded into the braid/corn row. Weave hair extension are predominantly used for people with thicker hair because of the way they are applied and require more hair to mask. Generally speaking, the weave application is a very long process (usually several hours) and are applied tightly which often puts a strain on the scalp and therefor feel very heavy and uncomfortable. This is also the reason why it doesn’t work well with thin or lighter hair.

How Long Do They Last?

Recommended time is 6-8 weeks, especially if you are trying to grow your own hair. The maximum amount of time you should have a weave in your hair is 4 months if you have a full weave but it will affect your real hair so you should always ask the hairdresser that is applying the it.


If you have a weave, you need to moisturize the scalp, the nape and edges of the hair at least once a week and be sure you are using deep conditioning products. Another popular recommendation for people with weaves is to wash with a special protein product to minimize the damage and effects of making your hair weak. When it comes to styling, the same rules apply for real hair vs. synthetic hair but usually weaves come in real hair because of how long they are kept in.

Fusions & Pre-Bonded Hair Extensions

What Are They?

Fusion hair extensions (also known as bonding or pre-ponded) are bonded to natural hair using different adhesives such as glue. Applying pre-bonded hair extensions take approximately 3-4 hours to apply and are should be applied by a hairdresser. Fusion extensions might not be suitable for all clients especially if you have damaged hair as this type of application is very damaging to your natural hair. The application involves a machine that looks like a hot glue gun, which essentially glues the hair to individual strands of the natural hair. For the pre-bonded hair extensions, it’s a slightly different method where you use a heat clamp to melt the glue to the natural hair.

How Long Do They Last?

They are considered semi-permanent as they stay in your hair for up to 4 months. However, like all other types, this varies based on your own hair type/growth.


Fusion/ pre-ponded application is manageable and treated the same way as your real hair. You can use the same products you would normally use however they need re-positioning every 2–3 months as the natural hair grows.

Micro Link Hair Extensions

What Are They?

Micro link hair extensions are also known as micro bead or micro-loop hair extensions too, so not to worry if you hear these different names. These hair extensions are applied by looping the extensions through the natural hair. You then clamp it down with a special tool/clamp, heat, and a metal bead (or ring). They are fixed to small sections of natural hair and tightened with this special tool/clamp. Once again, this method can be very damaging because the heat from applying the metal rings causes the hair to burn and break. This method takes approximately 3 hours to apply.

How Long Do They Last?

Same as Fusion extensions, they are considered semi-permanent will generally last up to 4 months.


You can wash them the same way you would your real hair and use the same styling products. Similar to fusion, they need re-positioning every 2-3 months as the natural hair grows and the micro-beads move away from the scalp.

Wigs & Hair Pieces

What Are They?

Wigs and hair pieces come in different forms and are applied to hair topically. With long full wigs, they are made to cover your entire head and it essentially completely covers your head and acts as a replacement for your own hair (meaning it is not blended with your own hair). The hair pieces are a little different, and they often come in the shape of a bun, ponytail or hair tie so you can just put it on top of your own hair. Again, these could be used because the area is balding and you need to place hair on top, or just to add a different look to your hair or create a different hairstyle.

How Long Do They Last?

It depends on whether they are real or synthetic and once again the way you take care of them greatly affects this as well. Typically, real human full wigs can last for up to one year if you take good care of them. The smaller pieces are usually synthetic and typically don’t last more than one month of use.


These pieces can be a little challenging to wash, and depending on whether they are real or synthetic you have to be very careful. The other issue is the full headpieces are usually attached to either a plastic or other material (which it is sewn onto) and depending on the quality of this base, you have to modify the way you wash and treat the hair.

Clip In Hair Extensions

What Are They?

Clip-in wefts, also known as clip-in hair extensions, come in a strand of contoured pieces, some long, and some can be cut shorter, with clips that are sewn into the strand. The clips are sewn-into the hair before receiving them, making it ready to use, and easy to simply “clip” the pieces to your natural hair, all on your own! The clip is a snap open/snap shut method (see here for how to clip them in). This method is the least permanent style of extensions because you can quickly remove them and put them back on whenever you want. Unlike some of the other hair extension applications, clip-ins usually take 5-15 minutes to put on. Clip-in hair extensions are also the least damaging because they don’t involve any chemicals, heat, or other methods mentioned – they simply clip onto your hair so there is zero damage! This is one of the many reasons why it’s one of the most popular hair extension methods.

How Long Do They Last?

Once again, this depends on how well you take care of them, what products you use and how often you wear them. With proper care and regular wear, clip-ins last anywhere from 6 months to one year and sometimes even longer.


The same synthetic vs. real hair rules apply when it comes to treatment of clip in hair extensions just as with any hair extensions. We’ll focus more on the real hair extensions since that’s what we recommend! But simply put, they are very low maintenance and we only recommend you wash them every 15-20 wears or if there is a lot of product on them. Just like your natural hair, you simply brush, shampoo and condition the hair and then let them air dry! Finally, you style your clip-ins the same way you would style your own natural hair. You can color them, and use curling or straightening irons; everything goes!


Reference: https://www.luxyhair.com/blogs/hair-blog/what-are-the-different-types-of-hair-extensions

How Thanksgiving Leftovers Can Help Your Hair

Not only do Thanksgiving staples like cranberry, pumpkin and sweet potato taste good, they can work wonders on your hair. Kyle White, lead colorist at Oscar Blandi Salon in New York, gave us some easy recipes to turn your leftovers into healthy hair treatments. Plus, it’s a perfect weekend project if you’re avoiding the Black Friday madness.

Cranberry For Color
Cranberry juice enhances natural red hair and adds a temporary red tint to other colors. White recommends using a cranberry juice rinse as an all-natural hair color refresher. Here’s how:

Step 1: Wash and condition hair to remove any styling product residue.
Step 2: Dry hair completely and brush out.
Step 3: Tilt your head upside down and pour ½ cup of all-natural cranberry juice onto your locks. Use your fingers to blend the rinse throughout.
Step 4: Twist all of your hair on top of your head and secure with a hair clip.
Step 5: Blow dry hair on the lowest heat setting until all of the cranberry juice is dry.
Step 6: Rinse the juice out using warm water.

Pumpkin For Moisture
Pumpkin is rich in Vitamin A, which encourages the scalp to produce natural oils, and potassium, which can help promote hair re-growth. Pumpkin also makes a great moisturizer for dry hair. Here’s White’s recipe for a pumpkin-based deep conditioning treatment.


2 cups pumpkin (chopped and cooked)

1 tablespoon coconut oil

1 tablespoon honey

1 tablespoon yogurt

Blend the pumpkin and yogurt. Then add the coconut oil and honey to create a smooth mixture. Apply to damp hair, cover with a plastic cap and let sit for fifteen minutes. Wash out with shampoo and conditioner.

Sweet Potatoes For Lush Locks
“Beta-carotene in foods is converted to Vitamin A in the body, and Vitamin A is necessary for all cell growth including hair growth,” White says. Since sweet potatoes are so rich in Vitamin A, this is one Thanksgiving food you shouldn’t feel guilty about piling on your plate.

Source: stylecaster.com

Trick-or-Treating Safety Tips

For young children, Halloween night is one of the best of the year. But trick-or-treating can be dangerous if kids and parents aren’t careful. Take a look at these vital trick-or-treating tips before you accompany your child.


Trick-or-treating could take you several streets away from your house, which can cause sore legs and a bit of frustration. Avoid long paths by mapping out a route before leaving the house. Stick to paths that you and your child are familiar with to avoid getting lost.


Make sure you and your children are in comfortable, well-fitting shoes. Girls in dresses should avoid heels, and all shoelaces should be double-tied to avoid tripping in the dark.


Apply reflective tape to your child’s costume to ensure they are seen by drivers on the road. Also, carry a flashlight with you to keep your child’s path lit at all times.


Long costumes that drag on the ground can be dangerous, especially at night. After purchasing your child’s costume, make sure it’s an appropriate length, and hem anything that’s too long to avoid tripping.


Masks can make it difficult for your child to see or breathe. If possible, skip the mask altogether and use non-toxic make-up to complete the costume instead.


Try to avoid costumes that have weapons as accessories. But if your child’s costume won’t be complete without a weapon, make sure it is rubber or plastic. Choose a prop that won’t cause injury to your child or their friends


When sorting through candy at the end of the night, be sure to throw away any candy that is not in its original wrapper, or looks as though it has been opened.

How To Wear A Wig With Long Or Thick Hair

Wigs are awesome, but they can be hard to wear with long or thick hair. Here is a quick method to show you how to tuck and hide all of that hair so you can wear a wig for Halloween or any other occasion.

First separate your hair right down the middle and do two French Braids. Next swirl and tuck the braids into a Heidi Braid hairstyle. To do this, take the first braid and bring it under the opposite braid and up and around the front of your head.  Secure the braid a couple of inches away from the crown of your head.  When they are at the front of your head they will catch and hold the wig on better, but it may be more noticeable that you are wearing a wig. Secure the braid with bobby pins around the front and leave it a little looser at the back. After securing the first braid, take the next braid and cross that under the opposite braid and bring it around the front of the previous braid.  Again, secure it with bobby pins.

Finally, use a hair cap to help hold the braids in place and to help keep the bobby pins from sticking into the wig. It will also help hide any stray hairs. Now it’s time to put your wig on! Put the wig on starting at the base of the skull and pull it towards the front of your head. The braids will help hold the wig so it doesn’t slide right off as you stretch it over your head. Once the wig is on you can use bobby pins or other hair clips to hold the wig on.


Source: https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Wear-a-Wig-with-Long-Hair/

8 Ways to Beef Up Your SA Argan Oil Shampoo


Lemon has anti-fungal properties that fight dandruff and other scalp fungal infections. To help eliminate dandruff add ½ a teaspoon of lemon juice to every 2 tablespoons of your SA Rejuvenating Argan Oil Shampoo.


Add one teaspoon of aloe vera juice to every two tablespoons of your SA Rejuvenating Argan Oil Shampoo. Using this plant and its gelatin-like component will not just help our tummy be okay and our wounds heal but this wonder plant’s strongest power is its function to thicken your hair and kick some hair follicle butt for them to start producing healthier hair strands again.

Aloe Vera should be used by people who struggle with Hair Loss, Hair Thinning and other type of Hair deceases because this wonder plant contains the Vitamins, Minerals and the Enzymes that our scalp needs for it to function healthily like before.


This one is a little different for every teaspoon of shampoo use 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar. The acetic acid in apple cider vinegar will remove residue from product buildup and help you get shiny, lustrous, frizz-free locks.


For every teaspoon of shampoo use 2 tablespoons of porridge oats. Oatmeal is a natural moisturizer and regular use can treat a dry and itchy scalp. Also, if you are having issues with dandruff, oatmeal is an ingredient that you should incorporate into your hair regimen.


To help restore the hairs structure, simply add one teaspoon of rosewater to every 2 tablespoons of our Renewing Argan Oil Shampoo. It will replenish lost moisture and make hair more manageable, smoother, shinier and healthier. Plus, the natural anti-inflammatory properties can help reduce dandruff and its stimulating properties help to increase scalp circulation and promote hair growth.


Chamomile oil is a great essential oil for hair because it adds shine and softness to your hair because it adds shine and softness to your hair while soothing your scalp. Simply add 3-4 drops of chamomile oil for every 2 tablespoons of shampoo. You can also use lavender or rosemary oil as a substitute if you can’t find chamomile oil or prefer a different scent.

Conquering Thick Hair

Everyone wants that perfect hairstyle, but not everyone has the right hair type to make it work.  Essentially, you’ve got to find a style that works with the hair you’ve been blessed with (or cursed with depending on your perspective). If you have thick and wavy hair, then chances are you’ve gone through struggles of dealing with poufy hair, hair that won’t hold in place, and hair that seems to have a mind of its own and just goes where ever it wants.  I’d like to share my tips and solutions to addressing my wavy hair frustrations and to help makes yours more manageable – and, no, the solution isn’t to buzz it all off.  There are several options when it comes to thick and wavy styles, but the overall idea is to embrace the waviness and use that to your advantage by creating looks that are visually interesting, yet playful.

The key to styling thick hair is giving it dimension. This can be difficult because thick hair is so dense, but doing things like adding layers or trying different styles can help you to have more control over your thick hair. You can go from a pixie cut, to a long layer, to a bob, just make sure you’re not making these hair mistakes.

Patience Is a Virtue …

When you have thick hair it’s not a good idea to start blow-drying your hair immediately after you get out of the shower. We suggest letting your hair air dry for a while before picking up the blow dryer. For straight hair, let your hair get 75% dry, for curly hair, wait until your hair is about 25% dry. The goal is to remove the appropriate amount of moisture before manipulating the hair with a brush. It will save you a ton of time and its way less of an upper body workout when compared to round brushing.

Try A Shaved Look Underneath…

If you want to be a little more daring with your hair, try shaving your hair at the base of your head. This can eliminate a lot of the bulk. Many times, when you wear your hair down, you can’t even notice that underneath is shaved because you still have so much hair on top. To add a little more spunk, you can get a fun pattern shaved into your hair.

Start with A Good Foundation…

Whatever result you want to get starts with your foundation. This means, using the right shampoos, conditioners, and products. We suggest sticking to a shampoo and conditioner that is light and adds volume, so that your hair doesn’t get more weighed down than it already is. Like our Rejuvenating Argon Oil Collection. Finish your look with a smoothing cream.

You can also skip washing your hair every time you shower and use dry shampoo. We suggest using a foam dry shampoo versus a spray for thick hair. It removes oil and product buildup and leaves the scalp feeling clean. The foam allows for more control than a spray, since you apply the foam with your hands.

Using the Right Tools …

To release some of the bulk from thick hair, run through it with thinning shears or a razor on a regular basis. You can use a razor on the ends of thick hair to release some of the weight, clean up the edges, and give it a wispier look.

Section Off the Hair …

Thick hair and thin hair ties don’t always work together. We suggest sectioning off the hair and then styling it. Create foundations with multiple ponytails and connect them all. You can easily connect all of the ponytails into a cute up-do and secure it with pins and hair spray.

If All Else Fails, Go Short …

The simplest method, for tackling your thick, wavy hair is to keep your hair short.  By cutting your hair shorter, you’re basically solving the issue of excess waviness and your hair will be more controllable.  With shorter hair, you’ll also find that high hold products will help create the style you’re trying to achieve and actually keep it in place throughout the day. With shorter hairstyles, using a blow dryer can be key because you can basically get your hair close to the style you want without any product – the styling product will then be used to finish off the look and lock it in place.

At Home DIY Sprays For Your Hair

No need to miss out on pampering your hair, even if you don’t have the time or money to spend at a pricey spa or salon. These spa-inspired sprays have got you covered.

Whether you’re looking for a natural way to lighten & brighten; smooth & shine; or strengthen & volumize your hair…these simple DIY sprays will turn lifeless locks into tempting tresses!

“Lighten and Brighten” Spray

This spray helps to mimic the hair-lightening effects of the sun, without any of the dullness that comes along with sun exposure. Citrus juices and chamomile both contain compounds that help brighten your locks, while a bit of almond oil will help condition and hydrate to keep your hair looking healthy.

How to make it:

  • 2 cups water
  • juice of 2 lemons
  • 2 tsp almond oil
  • 10 drops chamomile essential oil

Combine water, lemon juice, almond oil, and chamomile oil together in a spray bottle, and apply a few times a week to wet or dry hair. Shake thoroughly before each use.

“Smooth and Shine” Spray

This spray will help battle the frizz caused by humidity or just a long summer spent out in the sun. The star of this spray is aloe vera juice, which will lock moisture into your strands and add serious shine. The addition of rose water helps smooth out your hair without making it appear heavy or greasy.

How to make it:

  • 1 cup water
  • 2 Tbsp aloe vera juice
  • 2 Tbsp rose water
  • 2 Tbsp vegetable glycerin

Combine the water, aloe vera juice, rose water, and vegetable glycerin together in a spray bottle, and apply as needed. Shake thoroughly before using.

“Strength and Volume” Spray

This one will help revive your hair from all the sun, sweat, and wind that it’s endured this summer. The lauric acid in coconut oil penetrates the hair shaft and restores much needed moisture, while the addition of rosemary essential oil can help stimulate your hair follicles, strengthening them at the root.

How to make it:

  • 2 cups water
  • 2 Tbsp coconut oil, melted
  • 5 drops rosemary oil

Combine the water, coconut oil, and rosemary oil in a spray bottle, and apply to wet hair after showering. Shake thoroughly before each use.

Reference: www.onegoodthingbyjillee.com

Unique Hair Care Tips From Around The World

1 Argentina: Hydrate with Aloe Vera

It’s all about length, says hair stylist Leonardo Rocco, who was born northwest of Buenos Aires. “Women in Argentina associate long hair with sensuality and glamour.” To help keep long strands in shape, he recommends applying aloe vera directly to your scalp or adding it to your usual shampoo.

2 Mexico: Gelatin Hair Mask

South of the border, they fight frizz with a blend of 1 tbsp. unflavored gelatin, 1 cup water, and 1 tsp. cider vinegar. Massage the gel-like mixture through shampooed hair, leave it in for 5 minutes, then rinse. “It’s a practice passed down for generations,” says Ifergan.

3 Jamaica: Cactus Benefits

The same nutrients that allow the prickly pear cactus to thrive in the scorching Jamaican sun can help rejuvenate heat-damaged hair. “We peel the cactus and wash our hair with the oil to make it feel lush and hydrated,” says Denine Smith.

4 Puerto Rico: Work with Your Texture

“The island is humid and windy, and women here spend a lot of time at the beach,” says Guaynabo stylist Elizabeth Rosado. “Instead of fighting their natural texture, we help them embrace it with soft layers.” Opt for long, face-flattering layers similar to Jennifer Lopez’s, who is of Puerto Rican descent.

5 Germany: The Oktoberfest Rinse

“We’re known as a beer-loving country, so it’s no surprise that we find many uses for the brew,” says Munich salon owner Thomas Kemper. “I like to mix a half liter of beer with lukewarm water.” Pour it into a spray bottle and spritz dry hair. Leave it on for 20 minutes, then rinse. Do this weekly to keep strands strong and glossy.

6 Czech Republic: Onion Rinse

To achieve ideal neutral blond highlights Sula suggests this trick, which originated in the pre-hair-product era: “Boil some yellow onion skins, let the water cool, and use it as a rinse.” Boil the skin of 6 onions in 4 cups water for a blond color rinse, the secret of Czech women. We tried it; the rinse doesn’t smell.

To get a rich espresso hue, women in India combine mehndi, a vegetable dye, with coffee grounds or tea leaves. “Mix it all into a paste, then apply to hair,” advises Naegamvala. “The longer it’s left on, the more the color deposits.”

7 Russia: Pamper Your Ponytail

Vodka, caviar and…horse shampoo? “Believe it or not, the latest craze here is surprisingly unfancy and inexpensive,” says Moscow stylist Andre Drykin, who says many Russian women use the equine-formulated Mane ‘n Tail shampoo. “It makes their hair thicker and healthier.”

8 China: Take-Out Tresses

How’s this for too good to be true? You can boost your hair health by eating Chinese food. “It contains a lot of the natural herbs-such as sesame, ginger, and fleece flower root, a common Chinese herb-that are good for hair health,” says Wong. “It is the ‘healing cuisine’ for Chinese women.” To get your fix, ask for the sesame chicken next time you order take-out.

9 Vietnam: Lush Lotus Treatment

Prevent breakage with a boket, or lotus tree, treatment. “Growing up in a French-Vietnamese household, I learned that the boket, which grows in Southeast Asia is the secret to strong, shiny hair,” says Los Angeles stylist Kim Vo. For a homemade remedy, steep the leaves and use the liquid as a cleanser. Then grind the pods to a thick, buttery consistency and use as a conditioner.

10 Guyana: Sardines for Shiny Hair

You may want to learn to love sardines. “They are one of the best sources of omega-3 fatty acids,” says Guyanese hairstylist Angie Hookumchand. “Eating them will make your hair grow faster and enhance its radiance.” Singer Leona Lewis, who is of Guyanese descent, seems to follow the tip with her shiny, mile-long tresses.




Finding The Best Bangs For Your Face Shape

There are few hairstyles as polarizing as bangs. Along with the commitment of styling and getting regular trims, what makes bangs difficult is that there’s so many variations of the style. Not all bangs are created equal, and it’s hard to know which ones will best flatter your face shape.

That’s where our handy guide comes in: We turned to hairstylists for their tips on choosing the best bangs for your face shape. If you’re ready to take the plunge and finally let your stylist cut you a fresh set of fringe.


When you’re at the salon, ask your stylist to snip them just below the brows, leaving the heaviest pieces on the sides so they don’t mask your eyes. The center strands can be feathery as a little forehead peeking through is ideal. Heavy bangs like this need to hit the right place, otherwise, they can easily overwhelm your face.


Gently arching fringe will compliment soft, feminine features. Since bangs can make circular faces appear even fuller, the right shape is key. Request a graphic, curved shape that will flatter your bone structure. Thick bangs rather than wispy versions will make more of an impact.


A heart-shaped face can be a little top heavy. Sideswept bangs have a balancing effect and draw the attention down and towards the eyes. Your ideal shape is layered, feathered bangs where the shortest pieces hit the arch of your eyebrows, and the longest meet the outer corner of your eyes.


Good news for oval face shapes: nearly every type of fringe is flattering on you. That being said, airy, pin-straight ones with accentuate the prettiest parts of your face without feeling bulky.  Ask for bangs that hit between the brow and the eyelash and are longer on the edges. That way, you can wear them swept aside or straight with a middle part.


A sloping, asymmetrical fringe will make a short forehead appear stronger and more pronounced. To elongate your brow, ask your stylist to cut your bangs on a steep, swooping angle that blends into cheek-skimming layers. Although this style requires a deep side-part, it’s flattering for a number of face shapes.


Swingy bangs have a double-effect. The style’s thickness conceals the forehead, while the gradual angle opens up and widens the face. Heavy sideswept bangs that start in the center of the forehead and taper diagonally to a cheek-grazing length. It’s ok that these bangs start beyond your natural hairline. They’re substantial and need a good anchor.

How To Create Heatless Paper Towel Curls

This one is inspired by a rag curls technique our grandmothers used when they were young. Rather than used a cut up t-shirt, we decided to use something just as effective, but something you would definitely have around the house… paper towels! Paper towel strips work nicely, because they wick excess moisture from the hair and help set the curl. You  can wear them to sleep, but for this tutorial they were done the same day, and removed after about 5-6 hours. {If you want to expedite the process, you can choose a hairdryer on low heat.}

These curls are beautiful and voluminous. They are perfect as is, or as a base for a hairstyle combination with braids, buns, twist backs, etc. You can also get about 2-3 days worth of curls/waves by doing this. Hope you love the curls as much as we do! Enjoy!

Items Needed: Brush, rat-tail comb, spray bottle, 1 roll of paper towels, hairspray and accessory {if desired}.

Time Requirement: 30 minutes

Step-by-Step Instructions:

1) Begin by tearing paper towels sections into 4 equal strips {they should each be about 2 inches wide). Now part hair where you normally would…

2) Then, gather the large majority of the hair, except the bottom layer, into a clip and secure it out of the way…

3) Take a 1-2 inch section of hair {depending on thickness} and spritz it with water. If your hair is already damp that is fine too, but it is important that they hair is not super wet.

4) Next, take the hair and wrap the last few inches upward over, and around, the paper towel strip to secure the strand’s ends…

5) Then continue to roll the rest of the strand upwards toward the head…

6) When you reach the head {or wherever you would like to stop the curl}, To secure the curl, tie the paper towel as though you are tying the first step of tying a shoelace…

7) Continue to repeat Steps #4-7 until you have completely wrapped all the hair, section by section, into paper towel strips.

8) Now, allow the hair sit over night to achieve maximum curl {or you may decide to use a blowdryer if time does not permit}…

9) The next morning take the paper towels out of hair by either untying them or gently ripping them…

10) Separate the larger curls carefully with your fingers so that you do not create frizz…

11) Then, if needed, use a tiny spritz of water to tame any super tight curls…

12) Then add any hairstyle combo {braids, twist backs, buns, etc}, accessories, or hairspray to the hair {if desired}.

Please feel free to leave a comment below letting us know what you think of these No-Heat Paper Towel Curls!

Curtesy of www.cutegirlhairstyles.com