I use a sieve to get the best curls, trolls say they’d never eat at my house but I say it’s genius | The Sun
A CURLY-HAIRED woman has been left stunned after discovering her sieve gives amazing waves that rival her diffuser.
Liz took to TikTok to share how she uses the kitchen tool to get enviable curls, writing: "I can’t tell the difference between genius and crazy anymore lol."
She bent over and plopped her wet hair into the sieve, before taking her hairdryer and blasting her locks through the metal.
Liz then removed the sieve, and couldn't hide the shock on her face as she admired the curls.
"Just learned that my pasta strainer is better at diffusing my waves than my diffuser," she wrote over the clip.
She concluded the video by looking at her curly locks when they were dry.
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People took to the comments section to weigh in on the "hack", with many admitting they'd never eat at Liz's house.
"And that's why i don't eat at people's houses," one wrote.
"I was just typing this," another added.
"Now for my next trick: not your mother’s curl cream pasta!" Liz responded.
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"Haha y’all are cracking me up lol."
Others insisted they couldn't wait to try the hack themselves, with one writing: "I’ve learned more from TikTok than high school and college combined."
"I have been influenced," another added.
As a third commented: "I always refer to drying my curls as cooking my noodles because this is how I do it."
"Well I was going to spend $50 on a new hair dryer with diffuser cause mine broke but I think I'll just buy a pasta strainer," another said.
"Just remember that's straight metal you're heating up," someone else warned.
"Use a medium to low heat so you don't scorch your hair."
With Liz responding: "Tbh doesn’t get as hot as you'd think!
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"I mean hairdryers rarely even get over 130 so.. compared to most tools not bad!
"Still good to be cautious tho!"
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