10 Pretty, No-Heat Hairstyles for Natural Hair
Sure, hot tools can come in handy, but when used on the regular, there's potential for damaged strands (not to mention the fact that they can take up quite a bit time in the morning). Since we’d rather not spend hours in the bathroom styling and frying our hair, we compiled some of the best no-heat hairstyles for natural hair on Pinterest.
Want to show off your volume? Try adding a hair accessory into the mix. Looking for a polished style that's appropriate for the office? Braid your bangs into a textured bun. Or perhaps you want to show off your curls. If so, we highly recommend piling them into a messy topknot with a few face-framing ringlets. No matter the style you chose, these 10 no-heat hairstyles will amplify the beauty that is your natural texture.
For our favorite no-heat hairstyles on Pinterest, keep on scrolling.
Braid back face-framing layers to show off your natural volume like model and vlogger Bianca Alexa.
Set your curls with Moroccanoil's Curl Defining Cream ($34); then pile them atop your head for a fun twist on the typical topknot.
Having a good bang day? Twist the body of your hair into a chignon, making sure to leave your bangs out. The finished look: a fauxhawk/updo hybrid.
Skip the ponytail, and opt instead for a scarf to keep your hair out of your face.
For a sophisticated hairstyle that doesn't require any hot tools, braid back your bangs into a chic low bun.
You don't even have to let your hair dry before attempting this look. Simply braid back your hair, twirl it into a bun, pin in place, and finish off with a bit of R+Co's Outer Space Hairspray ($29).
Effortlessly chic, this tousled messy bun with face-framing ringlets is the perfect everyday hairstyle for summer. To keep frizz under control, set curls with Bumble and Bumble's Curl Defining Creme ($31) before twirling your hair into a bun.
Want to add intrigue to an otherwise simple ponytail? Add a colorful scarf like Free People's Beach Club Bandana ($18) to your crown.
As far as we're concerned, you can never rock too many braids.
When in doubt, a high volume ponytail is always a good idea. So as not to crimp your curly tresses, fasten your pony with Urban Outfitters Telephone Cord Hair Ties ($8).
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