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Heatless hair curler

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A heatless hair curler is a hairstyling tool that uses fabric, foam, or other materials to change the structure of the hair fibers by wicking away moisture without heat or friction to reform hydrogen bonds to create heatless curls for hairstyling. A heatless hair curler is used with damp or dry hair with hair clips or hair ties used to secure the hair in place. The materials vary for heatless hair curlers ranging from silk, cotton, polyester, and charmeuse fabric.


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