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No-Heat Hairstyles for Winter

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December 4, 2018
Home Trending Hair Gallery No-Heat Hairstyles for Winter

During the Winter months and especially during the holidays applying lots of heat and products to our strands has also become a tradition. Our hair goes through quite a bit for that flawless and shiny finish, and although frizz-free and tamed strands are much easier to achieve after styling with tools––in the long run, your strands are being damaged. Achieving a polished and well-done hairstyle can also be achieved using your natural texture; with a bit of inspiration you’ll know exactly which styles you’ll be rocking all winter.

This gallery is for those who are opting to reduce heat and stress on the strands and looking for naturally enhancing hairstyles.

Twisted braids

This faux braid hairstyle is a great way to add texture to a simple ponytail, bun, or even to loose strands. It’s also perfect for creating volume on days when you want to be heat-free.

Pro Tip: To ensure your twist stays in tact all day spray your fingertips with texturizing spray or a light hold hair spray while you wrap the strands in place. This will also help tame any flyaways.

 

 

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Side-part bobby pin art

This style can be as simple or as elaborate as you want – it all depends on the unique style you create. We like this simple, yet chic option. Create a side-part and add the pins behind your ear holding your strands back for a sophisticated and clean style that’s perfect for a professional environment or a casual day of errands.

Pro Tip: For damaged or frizzy hair
To achieve a sleek and clean side part consider lightly spraying damp hair with a leave-in conditioner and wrapping the hair with a silk scarf before going to bed.

 

 

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Banana Bun

The banana bun is chic way to elevate a low chignon and is a gorgeous way to have your hair pulled back and away from your face. This bun doesn’t have to be pristine––letting a few front strands loose adds a feminine touch to your look.

Pro Tip: To tame flyaways add your favorite oil or leave-in conditioner to your hair. Moisturized strands tend to stay in place better.

 

 

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Textured Chignon

A textured chignon is essentially achieved by loosely pinning up strands of hair. This style is unique to everyone and can be achieved on all hair lengths and textures. Add texture by incorporating various braids and twists.

Pro Tip: For extra texture and volume, apply foam rollers around damp hair horizontally on the base of your head overnight. This will provide your roots with volume and will give your strands a soft curl to work with in the morning.

 

 

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Textured Low Pony

With a low pony the amount of style variations are endless and most importantly most can be achieved without applying heat. Adding accessories such as pins, ribbons, and even wrapping one of your own hair strands around your scrunchie adds a special touch to your not-so-simple simple-pony.

Pro Tip: For heatless curls or waves, apply a product meant for heat setting or styling to damp hair and wrap your hair in foam rollers before bed, or simply braid your strands into a french braid for soft waves in the morning.

 

 

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