Style Your Hair While Cooking Thanksgiving Dinner
Set the night before, leave in while you're cooking, quick style before your guest arrive. Here are 3 ways to get heatless easy curls.
You Want: Loose, Beachy Waves | Try: The Headband Method
Start with slightly damp hair and place a wide, stretchy headband one around your head. Divide your hair into two sections and, starting near your ears, weave one section over and back under the headband, continuing until you reach the nape of your neck. Repeat on the other side. The next morning, gently unwrap each section before removing your headband, then spritz a texturizer like Oribe's Dry Texturizing Spray.
You Want: Glamorous Waves | Try: Pin Curls
Begin with damp hair and use your fingers to curl small sections of it upward into circles, pinning them in place at the top of your head. Place the pin at the center of the curl to avoid dents the next morning. Once all your hair is pinned, use a bandana or wide cloth headband to protect your curls while you sleep. When you wake up, take your hair down, break up with your fingers, and finish with a light-hold hairspray like R&CO's Outer Space to keep it all in place.
You Want: Big Bouncy Curls | Try: The Sock Wrap Up
Grab a medium-sized section of dry hair and wrap the ends around the middle of the sock to keep it in place. Once the hair is secure, roll the sock all the way up and away from your face and tie it in a knot at the top of your head to keep everything in place. Repeat until your whole head is full of socks and then hit the pillow. In the morning, untie the socks and use your fingers or a wide-toothed comb to break up your waves. Finish with a medium-hold mist like Oribe's Superfine Hairspray.