I went to a public restroom to get free Dyson Airwrap curls – everyone is saying the same thing

WHY SPEND $600 when you can just walk into a public restroom?

That's what one woman, @kiingliima on social media, thought when she tried using a public restroom's hand dryer to curl her hair.


"Run to your public restroom ASAP to get Dyson curls," she claimed.

In her video, the woman is seen leaning over into a Dyson hand dryer and sticking the ends of her hair inside.

Though she claimed that she was just joking around, many users we're completely grossed out at her "trick."

Viewers said: "I would just simply have to cut my hair off if it touched one of those," and "Oh nooo, that’s so unsanitary."

"These have air filters in them and no one ever changes them. You just blew fecal matter all over your hands and hair," said a commenter.

"The germs… I can’t," said another woman.

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Speaking of the dryer, another said: "Those are the dirtiest things in the entire world btw."

"I literally did it for five seconds at the very end of my hair. I’m ok," the curl hacker clapped back.

"Wash that hair a couple of times babe," said another user.

Seeing everyone's disapproval, curling your hair in a public restroom's hand dryer might, after all, not be the way to go.

For a cheap and germ-free hairstyle, one woman heatlessly curled her hair using rollers from Dollar Tree, and the results were flawless bouncy curls.


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