This Is the Easy New Way to Curl Your Hair Without Heat

You'll never guess what this "curling tool" is made of.

Curling irons, flat irons, and diffusers — oh my! Getting the perfect curl takes a lot of work, if all those complicated Pinterest tutorials are to be believed. But does it really? Recently, we stumbled upon a cool new trick that will give you gorgeous loose ringlets — without pricey curling tools or potentially damaging heat.

Drumroll, please... All you need is a piece of bubble wrap to get bouncy curls. That's right: bubble wrap — the stuff you use to pack up your dishes when you move. And with any new hair trend, beauty bloggers are taking to Instagram and YouTube to show off this innovative, no-heat way to curl your hair. And we're sharing our favorite tutorial with you. Check it out.

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Step 1: Roll the bubble wrap.

As demonstrated by YouTube beauty pro BeautyKlove, the first step is to roll up a piece of bubble wrap according to the size of curls you want. Big curls require larger bundles, while smaller ringlets need thinner wraps.
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As demonstrated by YouTube beauty pro BeautyKlove, the first step is to roll up a piece of bubble wrap according to the size of curls you want. Big curls require larger bundles, while smaller ringlets need thinner wraps.

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Step 2: Roll your hair up around the wrap.

Part your hair into sections and then carefully roll each piece onto the bubble wrap. Leave them in for two to four hours.
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Part your hair into sections and then carefully roll each piece onto the bubble wrap. Leave them in for two to four hours.

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Step 3: Unwrap your hair.

Now it's time to see your bouncy results! If your curls are coiled too tight, you can gently comb through your hair with your fingers to make it look more natural without destroying the formation.
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Now it's time to see your bouncy results! If your curls are coiled too tight, you can gently comb through your hair with your fingers to make it look more natural without destroying the formation.

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