Quick No-Heat Spring Hairstyles

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Garnier Whole Blends Review

I wanted to share some of my favorite hairstyles for the warmer months that don’t involve heat tools. I rarely heat style my hair, because I want it to be healthy and hot tools can be damaging. These are a few hairstyles that I do when I want to leave my hair down but I don’t want to spend a lot of time on it. I’ll also mention a couple of variations that can be done for these hairstyles. 
I’ve been on a journey to grow out my hair. I want to keep it long and healthy, so I’ve been switching up my products to achieve that goal. 
Garnier Whole Blends Repairing Hair Care Honey Treasures Review
Before you do anything, you want to have clean hair.
So, I washed and conditioned my hair with the Garnier Whole Blends Repairing Hair Care Honey Treasures Shampoo, Conditioner and Mask.


I actually did this the evening before, and I let my hair air dry. Before I went to bed, I threw my hair up in a bun on top of my bed, as I always do and that’s our starting point.
Heat less hair styles
To be honest, the first day after I wash it, I’ll leave it like this, because I don’t mind the way it looks. Leaving it in the bun overnight leaves it soft and voluminous, with a couple of waves.
The next day, I’ll normally do one of the styles I discuss below.
The first, and the one I consider the easiest and fastest is to twist your hair back on one side, or both if you choose. Obviously, you could do a braid instead of a twist, but I cannot manage to french braid my own hair.
No-heat spring hair
Hair Crown Tutorial

The next hairstyle is the fishtail braid. Any type of braid will work, but I personally like fishtail braids. It would be easier to see if I had lighter hair, but at the moment, it’s a bit dark.

No-heat hair tutorial

fishtail braid

I like to use the Garnier Whole Blends Repairing Hair Care Honey Treasures line because it helps to repair and restore damaged hair. It’s paraben free and contains essence of royal jelly, honey and propolis extracts. It has a nice, light fragrance that isn’t overpowering but smells amazing. It’s really great for damaged ends. 


I found the Garnier Whole Blends Repairing Hair Care Honey Treasures line at Walmart in the shampoo aisle.

The other Garnier Whole Blends Hair Care lines available are:

  • Hydrating Coconut Water and Vanilla Milk
  • Smoothing Coconut Oil and Cocoa Butter
  • Refreshing Green Apple and Green Tea
  • Nourishing Avocado Oil and Shea Butter
  • Color Care Argan Oil and Cranberry Extracts
You can find more information about the Garnier Whole Blends Line here. Which blend would you like to try?


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