WITH CHRISTMAS party season soon approaching, plenty of us will be trying out new hairstyles and makeup.

And one woman has revealed a super easy way to curl your hair – and all you need is plastic bags.


Kenna Mccellan, from the Us, revealed the clever hack on her TikTok account, @kennarwood, and revealed it needs no heating tools.

The heatless curl headband has gone viral on TikTok and it's easy to see why.

You twist your hair around it and sleep with it on and in the morning you wake up with effortless curls.

Inspired by the design, Kenna has decided to try to recreate the hair tool using household items and this time, she used plastic shopping bags.

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She said: "This time we are using plastic bags from the grocery store.

"I took two plastic bags and stuffed them with two more to make them a little bit thicker."

Claw clips were then used to secure the bags to her head and section her hair into two sections, one for each plastic bag.

She then splits each section into two and wraps them around the plastics bags before securing them in place with a hair band.

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Kenna added: "They were super lightweight so they were really easy to sleep in," but they weren't so easy to wrap her hair around.

When she took them out the next morning, she was left with incredible loose curls which she rated a nine out of ten.

"I was very surprised how much I liked these ones I have the tutorial pinned on how I do this method of heatless curl," she captioned the post.

The video soon went viral with over one million views and viewers were seriously impressed by the results, but commented on how 'dirty' the hack was.

One wrote: "I admire your dedication but I feel like that would be so dirty."

Another person commented: "So it’s trash?"

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A third added: "Gosh I love these!!"

Meanwhile, a fourth penned: "Great idea."



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