#1: Old shirt for New Curls

  1. Wash your hair the way you typically do. Blotch it dry with a towel.
  2. Cut a shirt in long strips from the neck to the trim.
  3. The more slender the strip, the more tightly the twists.
  4. Take a little area of your hair, and roll the strip and the hair upwards till your scalp (or till as much as you need). Roll inwards so the twists turn towards your neck.
  5. Tie the finish of the strip to hold the hair set up.
  6. Dothis for all the hair.
  7. Give your hair a chance to dry totally before evacuating the strips.

#2: Headband for Retro Curls

  1. Wash your hair the way you typically do. Blotch it dry with a towel.
  2. Slip a headband around your head.
  3. Take areas of your hair and wrap around the hairband until all the hair is inside the band.
  4. Secure last details with pins.
  5. Give your hair a chance to dry totally.
  6. Delicately expel the headband and pins, and unleash your twists.

#3: Braiding for Natural Waves

  1. Wash your hair the way you normally do. Smudge it dry with a towel.
  2. Make a middle separating and tie two pig tails.
  3. Plait the two pig tails and secure the end with an elastic band.
  4. For tight twists, make more plaits, for looser twists, make only one interlace.
  5. Give your hair a chance to dry totally.
  6. Tenderly extricate the meshes and shake your twists free.

#4: Sock Bun Waves

  1. Bring an old sock with the toe part cut out and move it into a donut shape.
  2. Wash your hair the way you normally do. Smudge it dry with a towel.
  3. Maneuver your hair into a braid at the highest point of your head.
  4. Pull your pig tail through the sock. Wrap the hair and tuck it in safely. Roll the sock to incorporate more hair.
  5. Keep rolling and tucking until you achieve the highest point of your head.
  6. Secure the bun with the assistance of clasps.
  7. Rest in with the bun and relax it in the morning for perfect tumbling waves.

#5: Waves are Easy

  1. Wet your hair gently unless you’ve recently washed it.
  2. Detangle your hair and make an inside separating.
  3. Turn each area firmly to shape a bun on the two sides of your head.
  4. Give your hair a chance to dry overnight.
  5. Delicately open the buns the following morning and voila! Waves!
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