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Create Bouncy Curls with Cardboard Tubes

Create Bouncy Curls with Cardboard Tubes - secure hair with bobby pins onto roll
If you are looking for a thrifty, no heat, alternative to rollers or a curling iron this tip may just be for you. It is certainly a great temporary fix. You just need bobby pins and some recycled TP or paper towel tubes from your crafting stash. You will be pleased and surprised by the resulting bouncy curls.
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February 4, 2019

Create Bouncy Curls with Cardboard Tubes - long curly hairI flew up to visit my parents recently and realized I'd left my curling iron at home. I was a bit bummed as I love to do my hair. Before I got the chance to even contemplate buying a cheap curling iron at one of the local shops, my thrifty mum suggested I make use of a big bag of toilet paper tubes and wrapping paper centers she had put aside for crafting. Admittedly, I laughed at first, but it turned out to be pretty awesome. The cardboard grit is enough to keep it a bit non-slip, and smooth enough that your hair does not get stuck in any teeth (like many curlers have). Using different sizes of tubes gives different types of curls. Also, no electricity was used and no hair was damaged by heat. I'm a big fan of this method!

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Supplies:

  • cardboard tubes from toilet paper and wrapping paper
  • hairbrush
  • water
  • bobby pins
  • serrated knife
Create Bouncy Curls with Cardboard Tubes - different diameter rolls cut into short lengths and bobby pins
 

Steps:

  1. Cut the tubes into shorter lengths. Gift wrapping paper tubes are usually much thicker and can be sliced with a serrated knife.
  2. Create Bouncy Curls with Cardboard Tubes - cut the tubes with a serrated knife
     
  3. Brush your hair then dampen with a very small amount of water. Do not soak.
  4. Create Bouncy Curls with Cardboard Tubes - brush and then slightly dampen hair
     
  5. Use bigger rolls where you want bigger curls. I use them more at the bottom section of my head.
  6. Create Bouncy Curls with Cardboard Tubes - use bigger rollers where you want larger curls
     
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  7. Secure hair onto roll with a bobby pin.
  8. Create Bouncy Curls with Cardboard Tubes - secure hair with bobby pins onto roll
     
  9. Continue dampening and rolling all your hair. Allow to air dry while you do something else, or speed up the process with a hair dryer. When fully dry, remove the tubes and love your bouncy curls.
  10. Create Bouncy Curls with Cardboard Tubes - continue rolling and dampening - allow to dry
     
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