I'm a beauty fan & curled my hair with carrots – people can't believe the results | The Sun

FROM tongs to rollers, there are many different ways people curl their hair.

But beauty fan Kenna McClellan decided to think outside the box and took to TikTok to share her more unusual method – using CARROTS.

Yep, you heard right!

In a clip shared online, Kenna can be seen rolling her long blonde locks around the popular orange vegetables, before leaving them in for over two hours.

Along with creating heatless curls, a bag costs as little as 15p – making them a cheap option that won't damage your hair.

She explains: "I curled my hair with carrots…here's how it turned out."


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Much to everyone's surprise, the final look is pretty impressive, with Kenna showing off a head of perfect bouncy curls.

She captioned the post: "I only had them in for like 2 1/2 hours though so we’ll see if they even last haha! But kinda fun!"

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The post has since garnered a whopping 572,000 views and been flooded with comments online.

"How do you make such gorgeous curls with every object?" asked one.

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A second quipped: "How did you get the curls they're lush. No one: carrots."

A third penned: "Why does it actually look so good omg?"

Meanwhile, a fourth noted: "Lol, hair curling queen!"

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A further joked: "Running to the store to buy carrots."

And one more added: "Really taking household objects to the next level hahaha!"

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