You've been doing your heatless curls all wrong… the right wrapping method gives tonnes of volume & it’s totally free | The Sun

UNLESS you've been living under a rock, you will know that heatless curls have become all the rage in the recent months.

But what if there was a way to give them loads of volume and cost it you absolutely nothing? Well, one beauty fan's claimed to have found the answer.


Offering a helping hand to fellow heatless curl fans, Abbey Yung (@abbeyyung) explained that the secret's behind how you twist them.

The blonde took to TikTok where she shared the tutorial to her 750,000 followers claiming it's the ''only'' way to do it.

''You'll wrap your first section of hair like you normally would.

''But instead of following the same pattern with the next section of hair, you're going to grab the section from the back of your head and wrap it around in the opposite direction.

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''So towards your face, underneath the robe or whatever you're using to curl your hair and then back to the starting position around your head.

''Then you will pick up more hair each time you wrap it around and follow that same pattern until you reach the end.''

She went on to demonstrate: ''When you have no more hair to pick up, you will still follow the same pattern of direction […] until you get to the very end.''

After a few hours, Abbey removed the grey robe and revealed the stunning results – and we're obsessed.

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''The curls are nice and even. I don't have any of those weird heatless curl kinks – it's amazing!''

Social media users were just as stunned by the final look as the team at Fabulous is, with hundreds flocking to comments to thank Abbey.

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''this is the FIRST video I’ve seen that actually explains it WELL… saving rn,'' one fan penned.

''This all makes sense now omgggg I need to try this,'' someone else was keen to give it a go.

Another person was slightly confused by the tutorial, writing: ''I’ve tried this so many times. My brain cannot do it.

''I don’t have enough fingers or something.''

A fourth had another issue: ''I do mine like you do and it comes out lovely!

''But it only lasts 2 hours max! I’ve tried mousse.''

If you're after a new curling set, then best get running, as fans are raving about Home Bargains product that gives them stunning waves overnight.

One woman has urged fellow beauty fans to run to Home Bargains for an incredible heatless curling set which costs just £1.99.

"Girls don’t walk… run to Home Bargains for this £1.99 heatless curler," she wrote over her TikTok video.

The set comes complete with the rolling device, two scrunchies and clips to ensure it stays in place all night long.

"Have you used it yet?" one person asked in the comments section.

To which the woman replied: "Yes!

"Worked really well even on my thick super straight hair."

And she replied to someone else: "The curls were lovely."

One person commented: "Thank you for sharing, so much cheaper than other places."

While someone else agreed, writing: "Paid a tenner for mine".

Another added: "Use mine everyday and obsessed with it!!!"

Others were eager to get to Home Bargains to bag one for themselves.

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One said: "The amount of times I use my dressing gown or something I need this."

And another added: "I got it yesterday it’s so good."

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