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Holly Willoughby hair?

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Tinks15 Sun 05-Apr-20 22:06:27

Strange question...but does anyone know how you create the curl/kink in Holly’s hair?
I can’t work out how she does it, I’ve tried with straighteners numerous times but just cannot do it.

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plunkplunkfizz Mon 06-Apr-20 07:57:31

Have a look online at bendy wave tutorials.

withlotsoflove Mon 06-Apr-20 11:19:54

She probably has hair that sits that way when she uses tongs/ straighteners or whatever, in large pieces.
Her hair is thick too. So chunks up nicely.

Tinks15 Mon 06-Apr-20 11:50:38

I’m wondering if she uses a large curling tong as opposed to straighteners. Would just like my hair to sit like that smile

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withlotsoflove Mon 06-Apr-20 12:49:02

I imagine she does.
I do a similar thing sometimes. smile

Battysace123 Mon 06-Apr-20 12:50:41

@withlots Holly wears hair extensions. She has very fine damaged hair.

Mayhemmumma Mon 06-Apr-20 15:35:32

Im surprised its extensions

It's my dream hair

I love it!!

Cherrypie32 Mon 06-Apr-20 16:33:03

Also she’s had it cut on a side parting so that there are no layers. You wouldn’t get quite the same look with layers but you can get close with straighteners. Just start half way down and bend rather than curl in same direction

browzingss Mon 06-Apr-20 17:04:40

I think it’s achievable with hair straighteners. Look on YouTube for tutorials.

Passwordz Thu 09-Apr-20 20:11:10

I would to love to know this too!

ifowaa Fri 10-Apr-20 11:43:37

How does she get her hair looking so full at the roots with hair extensions fellow blonde asking for a friend

thisenglishlife Fri 10-Apr-20 12:53:06

Doesn't look that thick naturally

Sugarfreejelly Fri 10-Apr-20 13:23:18

I asked my hairdresser this and she said it’s done with a wand. She was going to tell me how to do it in my next appointment. God knows when that will be now.....

withlotsoflove Fri 10-Apr-20 15:42:58

Her hair is definitely thick.
I have no idea if that’s with extensions or whatever - but it isn’t fine:thin.

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