This step by step tutorial of how to make homemade foam rag rollers for no heat hair curling is a new twist of a flash back of how homesteading women curled their hair. Even hard working women on the homestead will find a way to enhance their crown of glory (hair) to feel beautiful. It is very easy to control the amount of curls by creating more rag curls (curlier) or fewer sections for large curls.
Before electricity, there was the method of rag curls which took going to bed with damp hair overnight or a metal curling iron that was placed upon a wood stove to heat for immediately use but resulted in melted hair and burnt skin. Rag curls use no heat and therefore creates minimal heat damage to hair. If you are trying to keep your hair strong and healthy, you may want to bring back this old fashioned tradition.
Here is also a tutorial for no heat curls using a bandana to create waves in longer hair… (click here)
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