If you're part of the straight hair population, you've probably dreamed of having some volume and curl to your hair at some point in your life.
Beach waves are one of the most popular hairstyles, and for good reason. It's absolutely stunning!
But if you're like the majority of the straight hair population who curl their hair and then an hour later it's straight as a pin, this new viral hack may be just what you need in your life.
In October, Dyson, the company that designs and manufactures household appliances, announced a new hair dryer that curls hair so perfectly that it will make you seriously consider running to the store and buying the product today.
"Harnessing the power of Dyson's digital motor, we have engineered a truly unique styling tool, preventing extreme heat damage when styling. I'm immensely proud of what our engineers have achieved," Founder James Dyson wrote in a tweet.
We launched the Dyson Airwrap styler in New York City.— Dyson (@Dyson) October 10, 2018
"Harnessing the power of Dyson's digital motor, we have engineered a truly unique styling tool, preventing extreme heat damage when styling. I'm immensely proud of what our engineers have achieved."� - James Dyson pic.twitter.com/cfcD6hKV7W
However, the Dyson Airwrap styler isn't cheap, and many people think it's way too expensive for some cute curls.
According to their website, the styler will cost you approximately $500, but some genius people around the world were inspired by the product and created their own cheap version of it.
In one viral Twitter post you can see a woman using a plastic bottle that's been cut from the top and the side to curl her hair.
She inserts the hair dryer in the side while her twisted hair rests in the bottle. Then she turns the blow dryer on for a few seconds and when she removes the plastic bottle, her hair is in gorgeous curls.
Don't buy Dyson save money hairdryer hack pic.twitter.com/fIRvirPyi6— Mothership.sg (@MothershipSG) October 31, 2018
While Dyson's product says it won't damage your hair, there's no guarantee that this plastic bottle alternative will have the same effect.
That being said, you could always set the dial to cool or warm air.
[H/T: 9gag - Instagram]