If you’ve got straight hair and want to try out some curls, we’ve got your back. Curly hair extensions are a great way of adding length, volume, or body to your natural locks. They’re also perfect if you want to add some variety to your look without having to go through the whole process of growing out your own natural curls.
The curly tape in hair extensions are an option for people who want volume in their hair without damaging it with heat-styling tools like curling irons or flat irons (which can also damage your scalp!).
If you want long curls, braid your hair, and then cover it with a scarf.
If you want to try this method of curling your hair, start with clean, towel-dried hair. Section off the front section of your head and begin braiding strands from the bottom up. Once you reach the top part of your head (where there are no more hairs), tie off the end on top so that it’s secure (and don’t worry if some knots appear here).
Now take another small section from behind one ear or near each temple and braid away from where it started in order to create an extension on either side of where that knot was located in front before tying off both ends into knots at their respective points on either side closest to where they came together again just above each earlobe or temple area.
Repeat this process until all sections have been braided—you may need more than one person assisting depending on length/texture density! Cover everything with a bonnet or scarf overnight (8 hours minimum), remove any pins used during styling when ready to use then unroll gently revealing beautiful curls ready for styling!
Wrap your entire head in curlers before bed.
For the curly look, you’ll want to curl your entire head of hair before bed. The longer you can leave them on, the better. Curlers are ideal for this process because they hold in heat and keep your curls from frizzing out too quickly.
Do not use clips or any other method of attachment to hold down your hair while sleeping with curlers in it—you could end up with a nasty scalp burn!
Make sure that you have enough time that allows for at least an hour or so after getting up before going about your day (especially if you’re planning on wearing makeup). It may take some trial-and-error to determine how long is best for your hair type, but trust us when we say: taking too long will result in less than desirable results!
Use a curling iron to get specific curls.
Use a curling iron to get specific curls. If you want tighter, more defined waves and curls, use a heated curling wand.
Use a wand to get big curls. Wands can be used on damp or dry hair; it’s up to your preference! If you choose to use one on dry hair, make sure it’s not too thick or heavy so that the weight doesn’t pull down on your roots and leave them looking flat.
Use a flat iron for straight styles that stay put all day long (think Gisele Bündchen). Flat irons are great for creating sleek hairstyles like this one because they have plates with narrow teeth which help create more defined lines in your hair when done properly (i.e., not burning yourself).
Wear a wig if you don’t want to put too much heat on your hair.
If you’re not ready to commit to extensions just yet but still want a new look, try a wig. Wigs are an easy way to change your look without having to use heat on your natural hair. They are also less damaging than real hair extensions and cheaper than most human-hair extensions.
Several companies offer pre-styled wigs that can be worn straight or curled with heat tools
Use clip-in extensions if you need volume
Clip-in extensions are a great option for adding volume to your hair. Clip-ins are typically made of synthetic hair that’s attached to clips and then attached to your natural hair with the help of bobby pins. If you’ve never used clip-ins before, here’s how they work:
Clip in the front pieces first and start braiding them into the middle section of your head. Use two bobby pins at each end of each weft to secure it in place while you start braiding.
Take one weft (strand) from another row and weave it along with the original strand until you reach the bottom where all three pieces will meet together again as one unit. Repeat this process until all four rows have been completed by weaving additional wefts through them as well! Once complete, take small sections from each row and pin them into place using more bobby pins before curling with either straightening irons or hot rollers if desired.
Get braided extensions for a complex look
If you’re looking for something different and more complicated than a simple clip-in extension, then braiding your hair is the way to go. Braided extensions are more expensive than clip-ins but they are also more natural looking. You can do the braids yourself or go to a professional stylist for help with this process.
Braiding your own hair will take some effort and time, but it is worth it if you want to get that “I woke up like this” look without having had any help from anyone else! A few YouTube tutorials should give you enough guidance to complete the project successfully on your own; if not, reach out to someone who knows how and ask them how they did theirs!
There are a lot of ways to get curly hair, from heat methods to extensions
There are a lot of ways to get curly hair, from heat methods to extensions. This section covers the best options for you. Curly hair extensions are a great way to get the look you want without damaging your natural locks.
Braided ponytails are another option if you have short hair (or if you’re just feeling adventurous). Wigs work for people who don’t want to put heat on their natural hair. They also come in a variety of styles and colors, so anyone can find one that suits them!
As you can see, there are a lot of options when it comes to curly hair. If you don’t want to put too much heat on your strands, opt for clip-in extensions or braid extensions. If you want more volume in your curls, try wearing a wig over your natural locks. And if all else fails, go with curly hair extensions! Keep these tips in mind as you decide how best to style your tresses.