If you’re looking for a way to give your short hair a little more oomph, you don’t have to go for expensive extensions or weaves. You can use some simple tips and tricks instead. The most important thing is to keep your hair moisturized so it won’t knot up during the curls. Here are some of our favorite ways that will give you No Heat Curls For Short Hair:
- Use a curling iron.
- Use a curling wand.
- Use a flat iron to straighten the hair, or curl it if you want to add some texture and volume without having to worry about heat damage.
Go for a braid instead
If you’re looking to get rid of heat curls, try braiding your hair. This is especially effective if you have short hair that’s prone to frizz and flyaways.
Instead of just letting them freefall around your face or down on top of your head in a messy mess, try braids! They’re super easy and they look great (at least until they start falling out). To do this:
- Separate each section into three parts and braid them together starting at one end of the head; then separate those sections again so that each one has its own braid attached; repeat until all four sides are done with individual braids carefully tucked under each other as needed for stability during wearability (the more secure we can make these things seem by being extra careful about tucking everything back away from where it belongs—the better).
- Let go completely once all ends are secured together securely but not too tight so that there’s enough room left over between those two points where we’ve just stuffed our braid holder into place along with whatever else needs tucked away in order once again before pulling off clothes later tonight when we get home from work tomorrow morning.”
Twist your hair up in sections
Twist your hair up in sections, starting at the root and working your way down.
Use a rat tail comb to separate each section of hair into three or four smaller subsections. This will help you create more defined curls that are more manageable than if you just twisted the entire length of it all together.
Once all of the pieces have been separated into smaller sections, secure with bobby pins before leaving it overnight so that it can dry properly overnight (or for about 30 minutes).
Pin curls are a great way to get no heat curls for short hair. You can use bobby pins or hair clips, depending on your preference and what you have available in your house. You should also try this technique on wet or dry hair, but it is best to do it on towel dried hair because the conditions will be better for pin curls then when it’s completely dry.
Spiral curlers are one of the most popular styles for short hair. They can be used on any type of hair, but they’re ideal for those who want volume and body without having to deal with the extra hassle of applying heat.
The process is simple: first, section off your hair into sections (you can do this by cutting them in half or by parting them). Then wrap each section around one end of a spiral curler until it touches at least three times (if you have longer hair then use four or five). Twist each section around itself until it is fully wrapped around the barrel—this will create tight coils that look like tiny snakes! Once you’ve finished wrapping all your pieces together, secure them with bobby pins and let them sit overnight before removing any excess pins during washing day tomorrow morning!
French braiding is a great way to get curls on short hair. The French braid helps to create the curl and keep it in place, so it’s ideal for women who want to add volume or texture without looking like they’re trying too hard.
French braiding is similar to a regular braid except that you’re going down instead of up; this makes it easier for you because all you have to do is cross over one section of hair at a time before moving onto another section. You’ll also notice how much easier this technique is than traditional methods because there are no sections where your hands have been removed from their original positions!
These are all great ways to get your hair looking like it does in the picture above. Of course, you can also do what we did and start off with a little bit of product or even just a wash before curling and then add more as needed.