We are obsessed with finding easy, healthy ways to do our hair. We all know that heat styling is bad for our hair (but sometimes we want those perfect curls). In the spirit of keeping our hair clean, natural and healthy, we've put together some easy no heat hairstyles that you can rock any day of the week.

With fall right around the corner, we really don't want to be pulling out our blow dryers or curling irons. The air is getting colder and drier and we've decided not to add to the damage already being done to our hair.

Clean Your Hair Naturally

Clean or dirty. Long or short. Well, that's up to you. In the spirit of hair care, we love to wash our hair with Wild Kindness Shampoo and Conditioner. Not only is it healthy and kind to your hair but it is made with only natural ingredients.

1. Those Beachy Waves

beachy wavesSummer doesn't have to end with these amazing beach waves—plus, they’re super easy! Wash your hair the night before, and while wet, section your hair into pieces. You can add a little squirt of our Serenity Massage Oil before you get started to give it a little more moisture and texture to your hair.

Let your hair air dry for 5-10 minutes, then take the sections of hair and french braid them back. You can do as little as two braids or quite a few. Either way, let them sit, and dry, for around 8 hours (can you say sleep?). There you have it, easy beach waves.

2. Play With Braids

braidsBraids are seriously one of those hairstyles that make you look prepped and ready to go, even if you haven't washed your hair in days. Just grab a section of your hair and put a braid in. Maybe ending in a bun, or wrapping around your head.

3. Half Up Knots

half up knotsNo matter what texture, length or hair type you have, this is an easy no heat hairstyle for those wanting to look fabulous without much work. Let your hair fall naturally, and grab the section across the top. Now you can twist, twirl or pull to your heart's content.

One option is to put a top knot right on your head. This is a little bit cheeky and fun. Just secure it in place with a couple of bobby pins and voila!

Not feeling the top knot? Create a little knot in the back of your head for a sleek and sophisticated look.

Want even more fun? Twirl and twist to create a twisted knot in your hair.

4. Add Accessories

Headbands, scrunchies and hair ribbons are all the rage right now. These accessories add a little bit of va-va-voom to your hairstyle without any heat or extra effort.

Some ideas:

Rock out a hair ribbon and tie it in a bow. Pick something classic and elegant that’s not too thick. T. Meanwhile, a scrunchy is a great way to add some oomph to your pulled up ponytail. If you want elegance, take your headband and put it over your hair, then lightly pull and wrap your hair around it.

5. The Perfect Bun

bunWe couldn't end a post about no heat hairstyles without talking about buns right? These are the go-to no heat hairstyle for everyone. Just pull your hair back, twirls, twist or mess, and you are good to go. Want to elevate your bun? Throw in a braid.

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Originally published September 05, 2019

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