IF you're looking for a way to get those pesky elastic bands out of your hair without getting hurt in the process, worry not.
Hair-savvy expert Olivia Rose Demuro shared how she gets this done quickly and hassle-free.
In a video, the hair expert revealed a simple solution that features a hairstyling tool you likely already own.
Holding a curling wand to an elastic band for two seconds, Demuro used the heat to simply snap it off. She repeated the easy process until all the bands were gone.
But you don't need to use a hot tool, it can be warm to the touch so you don't risk burning your hair off.
People in the comments were grateful for the tip and had some suggestions of their own.
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"Omg, this could’ve saved five [year old] me… My mom would yank them out," someone mentioned.
"Lemon essential oil works too," a second suggested.
"You can also use an eyebrow/face razor and apply a little bit of pressure to the elastic and it snaps right off," another added.
"I should have seen this yesterday," someone joked.
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If you're on the hunt for more hair tips, a woman shared how she managed to make her hair go from dull and broken to shiny and healthy using just a sock.
On her TikTok, Monique Rapier shared how she gets the method called "hair slugging" done.
She explained: “Before going to bed apply a lightweight oil to your ends.
“Then grab a fuzzy sock and use it to protect your ends from damage and friction while you sleep.
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“Use a scrunchie to keep it in place.”
Rapier said that it gave her the “best results” and is “literally the BEST thing for your hair.”
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