Luckily, we live in a time of inventive beauty gurus and some very clever people have found a completely heat-free way of creating the big and bouncy look (and no, it's not just putting your hair up in a scrunchie).
Blogger HudaBeauty recently shared Instagrammer Chloey York's incredible tutorial video with the world and it blew our minds.
York's method sees her twisting up a t-shirt, fastening it into a circle shape and curling her hair into it. Left overnight, the t-shirt creates a full head of flawless curls.
It's not the first time we've spotted this trick either, beauty brand Aurora showcased its 'Band Night Roller' on Dragon's Den, and it pretty much does the same thing as the twisted t-shirt (albeit with a bit less hassle).
Aurora bands are on sale for around £12.99 on Amazon.co.uk and feature a slightly gripped texture so you don't have to secure with bobby pins.
Either way, this is one trend we'll definitely be trying out - not just for our split ends sake, but because these little bands do a better job than we could ever manage with curling tongs.