If you want to give your tresses a break from the curling iron, then this tutorial is for you. We teach you how to create soft curls with the help of an unsuspecting item: a t-shirt! Genius, right? Scroll down to learn how to do this clever technique.

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1. Grab a soft, old t-shirt
2. Twist it.
3. Shape it into a halo and secure with a rubber band.
14. For best results, start with damp hair, but you can cheat with a few drops of setting lotion or a dollop of mousse.
5. Place the twisted shirt on top of your head, and brush a one-inch section of hair to get rid of tangles.
6. Prepare to insert the section of hair into the halo.
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4 to 6. Wrap said section of hair onto the t-shirt for as many times as it takes, and fasten with a hairpin.
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7 to 8. Coil the rest of your hair around the shirt until you've finished the whole head.
9. Sleep on it, or set curls for approximately five hours. (Tip: If you want your setting time to be faster, spritz each section with hair spray before coiling.)
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10. Remove the elastic band from the shirt.
11. Slowly remove the shirt from the head.
12. Unravel the curls, and finger-comb them to make them look natural. Lock the waves in with a few mists of hair spray.

Result:

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1You wouldn't believe a t-shirt produced these soft, bouncy curls!

Produced by: Ira Nopuente; Photography: Mike Dee; Makeup by Ara Fernando; Hair by G Mande; Model: Lou Yanong

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