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Learn how to straighten your hair without any direct heat. To accomplish this, you will need the following:

  1. Magnetic Rollers
  2. Slide in Pins
  3. Saran Wrap
  4. Hooded Dryer or any form of dryer

Step 1: Cleanse Hair

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Wash your hair with either a sulfate-free shampoo or a cleansing cowashing conditioner.

Step 2: Moisturize Hair

Moisturize your hair using the LOC or LCO method.

First apply your Leave in conditioner

Apply some Oil

Add your moisturizing Cream on all section of your hair

Step 3: Roll Hair

Section hair into 3 parts going from front to back.

Taking a small section at a time, apply your stylng / setting foam.

Roll up hair using magnetic rollers and securing with a slide in pin.

Step 4: Dry Hair

Dry hair under a hooded dryer until completely dry

Step 5: Seperate Curls

When hair is fully dry, separate the curls with your fingers.

Remove any tangles that are present.

Step 6: Wrap Hair

Starting from one side of the hair

Wrap hair and secure with bobby pins, if necessary

Step 7: Saran Wrap Hair

Wrap hair with Saran Wrap

Sit under the dryer for about 10-15 minutes

Step 8: Style Hair

Remove Saran Wrap and style hair as you want

<p>Nice tutorial :) Definitely following you. It would be nice to have more naturals here. Maybe I should post tutorials with my dreads</p>
Thanks. I agree. Following back. I will add more instructables. Make sure you follow my Youtube channel, DiscoveringNatural for more tutorials.
I would do this for my daughter but I'm a bigger fan of no lye relaxer
<p>Thanks for visiting</p>
NP ?
<p>This is a great tutorial, you should enter it in the Before and After Contest too! <a href="https://www.instructables.com/contest/beforeandafter/">https://www.instructables.com/contest/beforeandafte...</a></p><p>You look gorgeous either way :D</p>
<p>Aww.. Thank you so much. I sure will.</p>
Note: I'm a guy and therefore clueless. Does the moisturizing help release the curls? Also, ever thought of leaving big curls? (Not that big) I thought they looked nice too
<p>Thanks. I like the big curls too. The moisturizing helps to soften the hair and not make it too dry.</p>
<p>I had no idea that you could use saran wrap for this. Thanks for sharing. </p>
Thank you for commenting. This method works to straighten without using a flat iron.

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