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Found this tutorial whilst looking for an alternative method for curling my hair - I haven't had chance to try it yet but as i've been using bendy rollers on damp hair over night (result is great but absolute nightmare to sleep in and i am still shattered today). This looks quite quick and relatively simple with a quite tight result. Her hair also looks fine (like mine). I will try it next weekend and post the results i think.

Posted : July 20, 2014 5:00 pm
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That was a hairstyle in itself in the 90s! I used it a lot for a hair do one day and curls the next πŸ˜€

Posted : July 20, 2014 5:32 pm
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Looks cool!  Never thought of using foil for a quick result, but that would certainly work.  Although I wonder if it is much healthier for the hair than just using a curling iron.

Of course, this method will give you very tight, perm-like curls because of the number of twists they did.  I would imagine if you make fewer twists with larger sections of hair, you'd get bigger curls, perhaps like beachy waves.  I do mine in maybe four twisted sections and leave them in overnight and get some good wavy results.

I'm tempted to try this!

P.S. Please do post your results if you do it!

Posted : July 20, 2014 6:12 pm
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The result is a bit too curly for my tastes, but I like the method itself. Very easy indeed.
The model has half of the hair I have, though πŸ˜€ it would mean endless twisting&foil covering for me

Posted : July 21, 2014 2:37 pm
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We used to use a similar technique in the , making bendy rollers out of tin foil, and doing the same with straighteners.

Posted : July 21, 2014 3:06 pm
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