Method 1 - Use Headband
1. Spray your hair wet. Spray your hair gently but not too wet. Your hair should be slightly moist, so it's better shaped when it's dry. But don't let your hair get wet. It won't dry all night. If you have a special spray that can make your hair curl, you'd better use this to moisturize your hair. If your hair is not straight enough to roll, it may be better.
2. Use an elastic headband. Put the headband on your head. Make sure your hair is straight before using a headband.
3. Wrap part of the hair around the headband. Curl a small part of your hair in front of your forehead with your fingers. Wrap this part of the hair around the headband, so that this part of the hair meets the previous hair bundle after wrapping around the headband. Make sure your hair is loose when you wind it. If you pull your hair too tight, your hair will become very curly instead of wavy. Roll your hair into waves about 7.6cm wide instead of curly. Continue to roll your hair part by part. The hair on both sides should be rolled separately. Don't roll your hair from left to right or from right to left. Roll the hair on both sides to the middle.
4. Clip in if necessary. If any hair is loose, fasten it with a hairpin. You should also fasten your hair that is not rolled up or loose.
5. Loosen the headband in the morning. You're going to sleep with a headband all night. Carefully release your head in the morning. You can apply some hair gel by hand if necessary.
Method 2 - Braid Your Hair
1. Wet your hair. If your hair is dry, spray your hair slightly damp. Your hair needs to be slightly wet, but don't get wet through. If your hair is too wet, it won't dry all night. If it's too dry, it won't turn into waves. You can also dry your hair for 45 to 60 minutes without shampoo. If your hair doesn't curl easily, you can use some mousse or styling gel, but it's not necessary.
2. Divide the hair into two parts from the middle. Divide the hair into two parts along the centerline with a comb. When you braid one side of your hair, you can tie the other side of your hair with a rubber band.
3. Start knitting one side of the hair. Take some hair and roll it up and put it on the other side. Take a small part of the hair and put it into the existing hair bundle, and roll it in the same direction again. Braid the rest of your hair in this way. Alternating up and down. The first two strands of hair should be pulled from the front, but the third should be pulled from the back. After that, the upper and lower branches alternate until the hair is woven into a twist.
4. Put your hair in a bun. Gently curl your hair until it forms a bun and fixes it with a hairpin. You may like to wear it in a counterclockwise bun. A bun won't lie flat on your head. It will hang behind your head.
5. Repeat the same method on the other side. Take a part of your hair and put it in front. Gradually weave other hair in, alternating up and down. Roll up your hair and put it in a bun. A bun does not require special symmetry. If a bun is a little low or partial, there is no problem, only it is almost symmetrical.
6. Loosen your bun in the morning. Loosen the hair and take off the hairpin. Gradually loosen the braid and make the waves more natural by hand. You can also use mousse or hair gel to set the waves.