5 Heatless Styles for Relaxed & Natural Hair
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Flexi Rods are long soft rods that can bend at any angle. You can achieve loose waves or tight ringlets with Flexi Rods. They are best over perm rods because there is no worry of hair snagging on the rod.
There are many variations of the Twist-Out style including Two-Strand Twists, Flat Twists, and 3 Strand Twists. Twist-Outs can be done on wet or dry hair for elongation.
Bantu Knot Out
Also known as Zulu Knots, Bantu Knots are achieved by winding sections of hair in a circular motion to create a knot. Create a Bantu Knot Out by setting Bantu Knots on wet/damp hair and letting them dry. Unravel them to achieve cute spirals and waves. This style can be tricky and may take practice. However, once you get the hang of it, you’ll be left with a glamourous style that last.
To achieve a Braid-Out, simply plait sections of your hair in braids or cornrows, let it set until dry and unravel to reveal defined waves. The smaller the sections of hair that are plaited, the more defined your Braid-Out will be.
Unlike Flexi Rods or any other curling tools, Curl Formers does the work for you. They come in a spiral shape which is stretched out to pull hair through it. Once the hair is pulled through the Curl Former, snaps back into a curl shape and sets your hair for you. Easy peasy!