To curl your hair without rollers or a curling iron, all you need is a package of drinking straws and a set of bobby pins. Using the straws as makeshift curlers, you can get tight spiral curls.Know More
Begin with clean, slightly damp hair. Take a small section of hair no wider than one inch in one hand and a straw in the other.
Wrap the section of hair around the straw, rolling it up toward your face.
When the straw touches your head, tie it in a simple knot. If the hair feels like it may unravel, secure the straw with a bobby pin.
Leave the straws in for several hours. If you sleep on them, wear a bandana or scarf to protect the straws.
Once the curls have set, you can untie the straws and unwind your hair. Style your new curls however you like.
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