Saturday, October 13, 2012

Non-Heat Deep Waves



Keyti of Brushes and Pens shared Bubz of Bubzbeauty's video on how to create curls without heat. Check out her post here! The process looked pretty easy so I gave it a try! 


Instead of letting it up for two hours, I had it overnight. Here are the results!


Here is how it looked like upon removing the elastics. As opposed to loose curls produced by Bubz, I had tight curls because I let it on overnight instead of just two hours. I'm quite surprised with the pointed curls. They're in zigzag form! I'm used to the typical round curls produced by curling irons. 


*Pardon the unfilled brows!

The photo on the left is when I just had it down while the photo on the right is how my hair looked like after almost 8 hours. The curls stayed longer than I expected! I didn't apply any hair product (mousse/gel/hairspray) for the curls to stay put. 

I suggest you try this out ladies! If you want fabulous locks without damaging your hair, this is for you!

Have you tried any non-heat curling techniques yet? Share your thoughts below!

Have a good night!

21 comments:

  1. Wow! You look cute! Loving the curls... :)

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  2. Really looks good on you sis! I <3 the curls! pretty! I have tried the tutorial from Michelle Phan using paper bags and also the Heat less curls using socks from YayaLifestyle ;) and they turned out really nice! ^^ thanks for sharing!

    xoxo

    Jhelai

    http://makeupbyjhelai.blogspot.com

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    1. Will be checking that out too! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  3. Hi Iya! I've tried this most of the times, I have permed hair and doing that keeps my curls more sexy. :) And I love buzbeuaty. <3

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    1. Really? It's so fun and easy to do right? Thank you for sharing your experience with this technique!

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  4. BAGAY! I love et - I shall try that oen day! Hopefully bumagay but since I have chubelita cheeks now, I dont think anytime soon ko ittry! You look gorge though, Iya! WHATSNEW!

    ♥,
    Shari
    The Misty Mom

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    1. You should! The result would surprise you! You're so sweet, malapit na kong maniwala sa compliments mo. Hehehe. Thank you Shari! :)

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  5. this is cool! Cute curls! tehe :)

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  6. did try this one before. i wish i could have made a video tutorial too. i found out about this technique while doing my sister's makeup. I tied her hair like that and after an hour, I took it off and voila, it turned into beautiful natural curls. So, I blogged about it and tried it on my own hair. Did it overnight and I got nice short beautiful curls. Here's a link to my post: http://www.gelleesh.com/2012/01/how-to-do-my-curls.html

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    1. That's interesting! You discovered an amazing technique all by yourself! I'll check your post out. Thank you for sharing Gellie!

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  7. i really like your curls :D im a new follower ;) pls check my blog too, thankies :)

    ~aMz/aiMee http://amz88.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thank you! Sure thing, I'll follow back :)

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  8. Cute! Good thing your hair is impressionable. Mine is VERY stubborn. Usually, even with a curling iron, the curls don't last long.

    Abi
    http://thebelatedbloomer.blogspot.com

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    1. My hair used to be so straight and stubborn before. Since I had it colored, straightened, permed and all the hair treatments that you could think of, it possessed a different texture na.
      thank you for sharing! :)

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  9. I've tried non-heat curling techniques from Bubz (and other gurus in Youtube), but it really can't compete with the curls I get from my curling iron. >.<

    To prevent or lessen the damage, I use a heat protectant spray and religiously get hair treatments. :)

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    1. It's easier to get the kind of curls you want using a curling iron. Thanks for sharing and for that tip! :)

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  10. awesome !
    thanks dear for mentioning
    my name and i nominated you
    for the Liebster Award .
    :)

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    1. It's you that I have to thank Keyti! I wouldn't know such technique if it weren't for your post! :)

      Thanks for the nomination as well. I appreciate it!

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    2. i will be posting another
      no heat curls technique soon .
      :)

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