Saran wrap method

So, i didn’t manage to do what i said i would in my last post. “Great” way to start off the year right?. Moving along…

2014

I have been meaning to put up this post as a follow up to the one i did about how i wrap my hair. The saran wrap method is simply a way to get smoother results and its usually done after wrapping one’s hair (after a rollerset).

First things first. I was 13 weeks post when i took these pics. You will need: Cling film, otherwise known as saran wrap/palstic wrap, and a (hooded) dryer. Some people use a blow dryer.

Here are pictures to better explain how its done…

Starting point

Starting point

Wrap the cling film around your hair tightly. Well, not so tightly

Wrap the cling film around your hair tightly. Well, not so tightly

Saran wrap

The next step is to sit under the dryer for about 10 minutes. My hairdresser used to do this whenever i got a rollerset, but he would use some kind of hair net instead of the cling film. Also, he would sometimes use a blow dryer with the diffuser attachment.

The take down

Use your fingers to loosen the wrap then comb/brush hair into style

Use your fingers to loosen the wrap then comb/brush hair into style

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