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  • Jennifer Turkron

    DIY hair ideas

  • Rosie Johnson

    Paper towel curls! So easy, just roll your hair in paper towels after a shower, and it absorbs the moisture. Then either sleep on them or diffuse them... for my very soon short hairs. :3

  • Brittany Bennett

    Paper towel curls: Just roll your hair in paper towels after a shower, and it absorbs the moisture easy to sleep on and have hair styled for next day.

  • Jill Crane Kersh

    Paper towel curls! So easy, just roll your hair in paper towels after a shower, and it absorbs the moisture. We'll see if this can curl my super straight hair!

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