To curl wet hair overnight without using curlers, wrap it around a hot fabric headwrap. The supplies needed for this overnight procedure are a hairbrush, water, a plastic spray bottle, a curl-defining cream, a thick fabr... More »

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To put hair in curlers, apply styling product to freshly washed and towel-dried hair, and then divide the hair into sections. Roll the top section backwards and the rest of the sections downward. Allow the hair to dry, s... More »

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Solomon Harper, an African-American inventor, created the first hair curlers. His model was a thermostatic hair curler, and therefore relied on heat in order to curl hair. He received a patent for his original design in ... More »

To curl naturally curly hair, apply a styling product to wet hair, and place the hair in a diffuser until it dries. You need a diffuser attachment, a hair dryer, and salon-quality hair products designed for naturally cur... More »

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To scrunch your hair without mousse, remove the excess water from wet hair, and comb your hair with your fingers. Crumple your hair in your hands, and blow dry it. More »

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To straighten your hair without heat, divide wet hair into sections, and apply a setting agent to your hair. Roll up your hair with magnetic rollers, and let it air dry. Remove the rollers, and cover your hair with a sil... More »

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Short hairstyles for fine hair include the short pixie cut, a Charlie's Angel cut, short curls and a bob. Layers and short bangs both look good with fine hair. More »

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