Info@NationalCyberSecurity
Info@NationalCyberSecurity

Hair expert’s genius hack to get Hollywood waves in under one minute | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker


Los Angeles based hair expert, Carlos Atila, is urging people to ditch numerous hair tools in favour of some kitchen foil and a hair dryer if they want Hollywood waves without the effort

Hair expert, Carlos Atila, has shared a genius hack to get luscious waves in under one minute.(Getty Images)

Curling tongs, Dyson Airwraps, and rollers, are just some of the many hair contraptions we have tried to recreate the perfect Hollywood wave in the comfort of our own home. Some hairstyles we have trialled require drying our hair first before styling it with heated straighteners, curling tongs, or other tools.

We are told time and time again blasting our tresses with extreme heat does more harm than good, and to avoid wherever possible, so we are constantly on the lookout for ways to be kinder to our hair while also taming any frizz and looking a little more put together with a sleek do.

We think we may have found the solution, using nothing but a basic hairdryer, and kitchen foil, which most households are fully stocked in their kitchen. Los Angeles based hair expert, Carlos Atila, shared a genius hack to get luscious waves in under one minute.

READ MORE: ‘I changed surname to random one on Google – it’s saved so much embarrassment’

For all the latest on news, politics, sports, and showbiz from the USA, go to The Mirror US.

Sharing a video mastering the trick on his Instagram account, he wrote: “Wavy hair in 30 seconds.” The post has received over 1,000 likes on the social media platform. So what’s the secret? All you have to do is divide your hair into two sections by following the middle parting down to the nape of your neck. Twist those two sections separately, and then twist round one another.

Now for the interesting part. You wrap the twisted hair in foil, all around the length of the twisted plait, and blast with a hairdryer to achieve effortless coils. Be careful when removing the tin foil as it will be hot, so Carlos recommends removing with a towel so not to hurt yourself.

Follow the Mirror US News page on Facebook

If you wish to apply any nourishing oil to your hair after, or set in place with hairspray, that’s down to you, but Carlos doesn’t so that’s a personal preference if you want sleek and nourished tresses. A selection of Instagram users have asked if the hair is wet beforehand, but in Carlos’ video the hair appears to be dry.

Some are desperate to try the simple hair hack, as one commented: “I must try this!”, another shared: “So cool, I’m going to do it.” While others have praised the styling trick for working wonders. They shared: “I did this to my hair yesterday and it worked a treat, my hair was dry and only did it for about five mins.” A second Instagrammer echoed this and insisted Carlos’ trick “works perfectly.”

——————————————————–


Click Here For The Original Story From This Source.

National Cyber Security

FREE
VIEW