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Hair Stylist Shows How To Curl Hair With Empty Toilet Rolls

Hair Stylist Shows How To Curl Hair With Empty Toilet Rolls

One hair salon is teaching us how to do curls at home using just some empty loo rolls, and let us tell you it's an absolute isolation VIBE.

Just a few short weeks ago toilet paper was a rare commodity, but now that stock levels are (thankfully) back to normal, we're loving this trick to use empty rolls for your at-home curls.

Ozzie Rizzo, a London-based luxury hair salon, has shared the incredible method and it looks so easy - not to mention better for your hair that applying loads of heat.

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I mean, can you believe these were done with loo roll cardboard?

Can you believe these curls were done with loo roll cardboard?! (Credit: Ozzie Rizzo)
Can you believe these curls were done with loo roll cardboard?! (Credit: Ozzie Rizzo)

To achieve the curls, you'll need a hair dryer, some bobby pins or sectioning clips, a paddle brush, wide toothed comb, some shooting hair cream or oil, some hair spray, and the star - about 10 loo roll tubes, or less if you hair is less thick. So go dig them out of your recycling!

Start with freshly washed hair, which you should dry as flat as you can with a paddle brush.

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Next, apply a small drop of small drop of cream or oil to your locks and run the product through your hair with your fingertips.

Next, you need to section your hair into sections roughly three to four inches wide.

Section the hair in 3-4 inch sections (Credit: Ozzie Rizzo)
Section the hair in 3-4 inch sections (Credit: Ozzie Rizzo)

It's curl time. Grab your empty loo rolls and, starting from the ends, wrap your hair around the rolls continuing to the base. Once done, secure the curl with a sectioning clip or bobby pin.

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A tip is to be sure to always roll backwards from face so your curls bounce away from the face when they're taken out.
Continue this round the whole head.

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Roll your curls from the bottom up and away from the face (Credit: Ozzie Rizzo)
Roll your curls from the bottom up and away from the face (Credit: Ozzie Rizzo)

When you're done, apply a generous amount of hairspray, then turn your hairdryer on and hols heat on each roll for roughly 10 seconds.

After, unclip and unravel each roll slowly, continuing around the whole head until all the curls are undone.

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Hairspray and add heat for 10 seconds (Credit: Ozzie Rizzo)
Hairspray and add heat for 10 seconds (Credit: Ozzie Rizzo)

Finally, brush through the hair a wide-toothed comb or soft brush and finish off with a spray of hair spray.

The result: amazing curls. Amazing, eh?!

Uncurl and brush through (Credit: Ozzie Rizzo)
Uncurl and brush through (Credit: Ozzie Rizzo)
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Ozzie Rizzo, CEO of Ozzie Rizzo says: "We are getting lots of requests for tips and advice on how to create an easy to create style at home, so we thought we'd help you all out with a step by step guide to create one of our most popular looks from your own home without the need to invest in rollers."

"We know how frustrated our clients are that they can't maintain their luscious locks. And, while we are unable to get ready and go out to meet people, getting up in the mornings and getting dressed will help us to maintain a positive state of mind, and will ensure we're ready for any video calls and meetings.

"Plus a little TLC for your hair at home is a great way to pass some time, and learn a new self-pampering skill."

They look SO good (Credit: Ozzie Rizzo)
They look SO good (Credit: Ozzie Rizzo)

Isolation is causing a lot of us to get inventive with our beauty routines - and for many of us, are DIY attempts are not ending up looking as great as these curls.

Tyla has rounded up the best beauty fails to come out of the lockdown, from nails to hair - because yes ladies, the struggle is real.

Featured Image Credit: Ozzie Rizzo

Topics: Hair and Beauty, Style News, Hair

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara is a freelance writer working for Tyla. After graduating with an English Lit and Media degree from the University of Sussex, Ciara held jobs at GLAMOUR and Yahoo Style before packing up for a solo travelling trip around South America.