SoCal Curls Hair Tie - Now You Truly Can Have it Both Ways6:00 am
Beauty magazines and sites have touted "beachy waves" one of the it hairstyles for the last few years. And it's no wonder. The relaxed curls gives a soft, romantic, sexy edge to your look.
But who wants to struggle with a curling iron all day or wear uncomfortable curlers at night that prevent any sort of sleep ever happening, or gasp - get a perm (do people still get these?).
Reading the October issue of a popular beauty mag, I came across an article that advised cutting up an old t-shirt into strips, wetting them, then wrapping your hair in tiny increments to achieve a full headful of bouncy curls. I was shocked. First of all, who has an old shirt hanging around that is ready for shredding? Secondly, this seemed like a lot of unnecessary work, having to wrap 20 or so different pieces across your noggin. Who has this kind of time?
The genius of the SoCal Curls Hair Tie is in its simplicity. The single tubular fabric band goes across your forehead like you're getting ready for a workout. It'll be slightly warm as you pop it in the microwave for a few seconds (so much better than a scorching hot curling iron that damages your hair or sopping wet t-shirt strips and this ensures shiny locks).
All you do is take your hair from the bottom and wrap it around the band. Keep going until its all wound around your tie. In just 30 minutes you'll have foxy waves if you've got short or medium length hair. Should you locks be longer, wear it to bed. It's pretty comfy, esepcially compared to any other sleep-in curlers.
Thanks to the cute patterns and the unique styling method, your Princess Leia-esque/JLaw-ish crown is cute enough to rock around the house or even out for groceries. You'll look boho chic and no one will be the wiser. And I love that you don't have to use salt sprays or goopy, sticky products to create the look.
The SoCal Curls Hair Tie gives you luscious curls without having to cause injury to your carefully curated wardrobe. Totally win-win.
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