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Published on 14 Jan 2015 | over 3 years ago

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Our video tutorial this week features a fun, no-heat curling technique for which we like to call "noodle curls!" We have done many hairstyles over the years using "rope braids" or "twist braids" and have noticed when we take the braids out, these unique spiral curls are formed. (I'm sure some of you have discovered this as well.) On occasion over the past several years, we have made rope braids just for the curls themselves, which is the no heat curling method we wanted to share today. ;)

These noodle curls are not your standard every day curl. The princess loves them because they look quite different and unique (almost not natural looking.) She always seems to receive compliments when she wears these curls.... I'm sure you will too.

The princess usually sleeps in these braids while they dry overnight. If you don't have time for that, you could always use a blow dryer to speed up the process (which would involve applying some heat to your hair.)

We usually try to get a couple of days out of these curls. If things are starting to look a little "fuzzy" we will wrap them up into a bun, or braid them (which looks really cool.) Click over to our blog to see a photo of our second day curls braided: www.princesshairstyles.com/2015/01/noodle-curls-tutorial-no-heat-curls.html We also have a few tips on our blog about taking these curls out when you are done with them.

The smoothing product we used in this video is called "Moroccan oil" made by Suave, and was purchased at our local Target.

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Curls for: long hair, medium hair, wavy hair, straight hair, natural hair
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