Last updated on Sep 15th, 2020 at 09:47 am

If you have not heard of the recent Airwrap hack, where have you been?

A global vacuum cleaner manufacturer recently made international headlines by spending R981 241 300 on developing a supersonic hair dryer that retails for around R6 000. This innovation was followed by an airwave hair tool, that had Cosmopolitan.com saying, “it is a multi-use styling tool that can create a whole host of hair looks, without the need for excessive heat. It can blow-dry, curl, wave, smooth, straighten and volumise and it works across a range of hair types…”

The key selling point of the Airwrap tool is the ability to make easy, voluminous curls in a flash, but at around R8 000, not many of us will experience its magic… not that people won’t try and hack their way around the problem! So without further ado, go and check it all out on the Internet.

Whichever way you go, remember to wet your hair lightly or prepare the hair with your favourite TRESemmé Hair Spray for amazing bounce.

Whichever way you go, remember to wet your hair lightly or prepare the hair with your favourite TRESemmé Hair Spray for amazing bounce.

Switch on your hair dryer and watch the section of hair spin around like a little hurricane. Remove the device after a few seconds of drying (use your discretion ‘cause heat is not your hair’s best friend) and you should have one section of hair which has been curled to a point at which can be split into smaller, individual curls. Repeat with the remaining sections of hair.

If you’re a visual person, Youtube is full of influencers putting this curling method to the test, so you can watch amateurs and masters alike perform this trick.

Send us a video of you making cool curls and join in the conversation!