Place your hairdryer into the correct position in the product. Mine has a black rubbery fabric to stay in place. If you aren't sure, there are usually instructions or pictures on the box.
On the product there is a switch. This switch initiates what way the air from your hairdryer will go into the tube. Have a play around with which way you prefer. Personally I curl my hair away from my face, depending on which way my hair is parted. This usually means I have the switch one way for the right side of my hair and one way for the left.
Clip half of your hair up onto of your head, as if you were going to wear your hair half up half down.
Take a small-ish section of your WET hair and place it into the tube.
Turn on your hair dryer. I keep mine on a slower pace but the hottest heat. Slowly bounce your hair dryer up and down to insure all of the hair in that section is curling around the twister inside the tube and is drying. I usually spend about 30-40 seconds drying each piece.
Remove that section of hair from the tube. If you hair has gone into a really tight ringlet - LEAVE IT. You can untangle it once the hair has cooled. If you do straight away, I find that the curl usually drops.
Take another section of your hair and repeat!
Once you have finished the bottom half of your head, lightly brush your fingers through the ringlets and hairspray! Repeat for the top half of your hair
1. If you have short layers at the top of your hair or longish-fringey bits, clip them up and do them last
2. The way in which you hold your hair dryer will also determine the way in which your hair will curl around the twister
3. Switch the setting so that your hair curls away from your face as it will lay better and look more natural.
4. Use a strong hair spray for lasting results
If you need any more help or tips with this product, comment below or message me on twitter @LeanneonLife