Restore Your Hair’s Health With Heat-less Hairstyles

Heat styling tools give us awesome curls and hairstyles for any occasion. However, they also cause intense damage that are hard to repair. Whether you’re trying to repair heat-damaged hair or avoid it, these heat-less hairstyles are a great complement for the best hair care products.

Repairing Heat-damaged Hair

For hair to recover from heat damage, it needs nourishment, moisture, and protection. Jaci’s Reparative Shampoo and Conditioner will help replenish vitamins, minerals, and amino acids in your hair and add moisture and hydration. But avoiding heat styling tools is one of the best hair care for heat-damaged hair. Keep your hair away from heat styling tools with these awesome hairstyles.

Top 5 Heat-less Hairstyles

Low Bun

The low bun has become a go-to hair style for many it-girls. It’s very easy to do. Simply pull your hair back toward the back of your nape and twist it into a loose bun. Use a satin scrunchie to minimize tension on hair and avoid breakage in the long run.

Half-up, Half-down

A classic hair style almost everyone grew up with. This hairstyle is convenient, will keep hair out of your face, and works for all lengths and hair types.

French Braid

The great thing about French braid is you can make it loose and messy or clean and tight, depending on your preference. You don’t need any product or tools to do a French Braid, though it can be a bit challenging to do. Give your arms some practice and you’ll end up loving this style. We suggest opting for a looser braid to avoid breakage.

Heat-less Waves

There are many ways to achieve heat-less waves, and one of those is with a French Braid. Rock heat-less waves the day after you wore a French Braid. You can apply a bit of sea salt spray to add more texture to your waves.

Scarf Headbands

If you don’t feel like putting your hair up, simply wrap a scarf or bandana on your head like a headband. You could combine this hair style with a low bun or just let your hair down. Here is a tutorial on how to tie a scarf headband.

Side Rope Braid

The side rope braid is a more relaxed braid, and it’s a little easier on the arms. It involves less tension on your strands and only requires two twists. Here’s how to do a side rope braid.

Incorporate these cool heat-less hairstyles as part of your best hair care routine with Jaci’s Reparative Shampoo and Conditioner to help your heat-damaged hair recover.