DYSON Supersonic, $599, Sephora
Here's a simple way to get waves: While blowdrying your hair, twirl a small section around a round brush and use the heat from the dryer to curl it. Repeat for each section and you'll have a head full of curls!
Philips StyleCare Philips Sublime Curler, $79
Take each section of your hair and wrap it around the rod for a few seconds (or until it feels warm to the touch). Start from the middle section and work towards the roots as you wind the section around the rod.
Babyliss BAB-2665H Pro Hair Styler, $259, Harvey Norman
This hair curler provides a fuss-free experience. All you have to do is divide your hair into small sections, place the end of each section into the curler and your hair will automatically be wound around the "chamber" where it is heated to create curls.
Goldwell Kerasilk Power Volume Blow-dry Spray
Before using any hairstyling tools, protect your strands by spritzing this onto your hair.
GIOVANNI Root 66 Max Volume Spray, $14.90, Watsons
When wearing curls, it's important to add volume to the roots of your hair because curls tend to weigh your hair down.
G2B got2b Mind Blowing Quick Shape Mousse, $12.50, Guardian
Apply mousse on your hair before styling it to make your curls last longer.
OSCAR BLANDI Curve Curl Perfecting Creme, $38, Sephora
This coconut milk-infused cream keeps your curls tamed, frizz-free and moisturised all day long.
MA CHERIE Hair Gelee (Soft Wave), $16.390, Watsons
This styling cream injects moisture to make your curls look bouncier.
Lucido-L Designing Aqua Hair Perm Water (Soft Wave), $11.65, Guardian
Spray this on wavy hair, then scrunch up your strands to define the curls.
OUAI Texturizing Hair Spray, $18, Sephora
This hairspray cum dry shampoo gives your hair volume and texture, which are what you need when rocking curls.
Lucido-L Designing Air Hair Spray (Super Hard), $9.25, Guardian
For long-lasting curls, finish off with a strong hold hairspray.