How to Curl Your Bangs Overnight With No Heat

Styling your hair while you sleep saves time in the morning.
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Bangs add dimension to a hairstyle while highlighting your eyes better than even the best makeup techniques. They do require some styling to maintain a volumized look, which often calls for heat tools. Curling bangs under or in loose ringlets to brush to the side -- popular styling options -- are often done with hot irons or blow dryers. Styling your bangs with heated tools can be time consuming and damage the hair follicles, though. Use convenient hook-and-loop-type hair rollers to curl your bangs overnight with minimal effort and smooth results.

Wash your bangs thoroughly. Massage a volumizing shampoo in to the roots of the hair and rinse completely to remove all buildup and provide maximum volume.

Squeeze excess moisture from the hair using a paper towel. Paper towels dry without disturbing the cuticle and causing frizz.

Comb through your bangs with a wide-tooth comb, and allow the hair to air dry until it's damp.

Place a hook-and-loop hair roller under your bangs before you turn in for the nigh. Use a small roller for a tight curl, and a large roller for a loose wavy look.

Use bobby pins to secure the roller to the roots of the hair. Most rollers are self-adhesive, but the pins provide additional protection while sleeping.

Remove the roller and bobby pins in the morning. Your hair should be completely dry. Position and style your bangs as desired.

Celeigh O'Neil has been writing professionally since 2008. She has a Bachelor of fine arts from the University of Ottawa, as well as degrees in fashion illustration/design, digital arts and certification in hair and makeup artistry. O'Neil was a frequent contributor to Toronto's "Dialog" newspaper and has worked as an instructional writer, creating lessons in fashion, art and English for students of all ages.