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Heatless Curls

Heatless Curls

Heatless Curls

using heat free ways to curl natural hair is the way to go because you don't want to ruin your beautiful texture. 

Using heat free ways to curl natural hair is the way to go because you don't want to ruin your beautiful texture. You can achieve heatless curling doing the following: Finger Coils, Bantu Knots, Flexi Rods, Braid Outs, Twist Outs, and Flat Twists!

Keeping your hair moisturized is key to hair growth. African American hair is naturally dry and takes naturals a while to figure out what their hair likes. 



Our hair is naturally curly, coarse and dry-There's no way around that! One of the most simple solutions to combating dry hair on a daily basis is to apply water on your hair throughout the day.


What most natural's fail to realize is it’s not enough to just apply products or oils to your dry hair, it needs water first. The water is the moisture, while the oils and products are what seals the moisture in.



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 If you have curly hair and use heat on a regular basis, you can face an unfortunate reverse effect. The curls become larger and might disappear altogether. Once you get your hair wet, it should always revert back to its naturally curly state. If it doesn't that's another sign. At first, you may notice your hair becoming dull or it tangles easier than it used to. That’s a good time to step back and ask yourself if this damage is due to excessive heat.

Using heat free ways to curl natural hair is the way to go because you don't want to ruin your beautiful texture. Below are some tools to achieve heatless curls. So, give your blow dryer and flat iron a rest and back away from the curling wand. Heatless curls can be achieved using the following: Braid Outs, Twist Outs, Bantu Knots, Flexi Rods and more!

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How To Detangle Natural Hair

(Using Ashle' Taylor's Collection)

1. Using your hands, section your hair into six sections. Twist those sections so they are separate.

2. Take down a section and drench the hair using a spray bottle. It's important that the entire section in soaked. 

3.Apply the Marshmallow Detangler from Ashle' Taylor's Collection on the hair. Make sure the hair has enough product on the section to work with. 

4.Begin finger detangling before using a comb. Focus that detangler on the ends and work your way up with your fingers. 

5. Use a WIDE TOOTH COMB to start detangling. 

6. Start detangling from the ends of the hair and work your way up. During this time if you need more product, add water and go in with more detangler

7. Once the section is completely detangled, twist the hair and start on a new section

8. Be gentle & repeat




Refer to the photo - If your hair  looks like this, you have heat damage. The best way to repair damaged hair is to get rid of it. Many hate the fact that they have to cut off their "length." However, if you think about it, the length was just the damaged hair that was doing more harm to your healthy strands. Cutting your hair for the first time can be nerve-racking.

The big chop is the most efficient route in the transition to completely natural hair.

Chemically processed hair and excessive heat or coloring to hair can result in thin, brittle hair. Getting rid of the damage is best for anyone looking to continue to grow long, healthy hair.

The big chop is different for everyone; it can be cutting off the damaged ends only or completely starting over. For some, cutting hair can be exciting, while for others it is scary.

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