What does it mean to scrunch curls?

What does it mean to scrunch curls?

Scrunching is a hairstyling method where you cup and squeeze your hair in your hands or a towel to help shape your curls. The method is non-damaging to your hair and allows for volumized, defined, and frizz-free curls.

How do you scrunch your hair without a diffuser?

Lay a microfiber towel or T-shirt out on a flat surface, like your bed or couch. Lean over and place the ends of your hair in the center of the towel. Use your hands to accordion your curls so that they scrunch up like a Slinky. Then wrap your hair up into the towel by twisting and knotting the fabric.

How do you scrunch dry your hair?

Blow dry your hair while scrunching it: Flip your head forward until your hair is falling in front of you and place the diffuser at the ends of a section of your hair. Now, push your hair up towards your scalp with the blow dryer, followed by immediately scrunching it up with your hands.

How do you scrunch your hair without mousse?

Dry your hair upside down for added volume. Once dry, turn your head upside down. Scrunch and shake your hair up with your hands. A diffuser attachment for a hair dryer (which looks like a bowl with little spikes pointing up inside) helps create a wavy/curly effect on hair without the frizz.

How do you scrunch curly hair overnight?

If you want your hair scrunched right away, put mousse in your hair half an hour after showering, and scrunch. Then, put a diffuser on your blow drier and scrunch your hair while blowdrying. This will dry your hair into a scrunched style.

Can you scrunch naturally straight hair?

If you have naturally straight hair, you may feel as though you’re at a loss when it comes to scrunching your hair. The fact of the matter is, scrunching is totally doable on straight hair. In fact, it’s a great way to give straight strands more definition.

Can you scrunch straight hair?

Is mousse or gel better for scrunching?

Yes, it is true that mousse is better for sculpting and volume while gel is better for hold and frizz. If you want springy locks in spite of the thinness of your hair, try a dab of mousse which you can either scrunch or work through. Either way, there’s room for both products on your bathroom counter.