Fictionary: Big Crimpin’

Fictionary is a column showcasing beauty-related words that don’t exist, but should.

 My friend Keri Blair came up with the “Big Crimpin'” terminology, though she used it to describe her masses of crimped hair. I’m using it to discuss a little tip for gals with super fine, limp hair. The trick is this: Use a crimper underneath your locks–just the bottom quarter. Crimp from the roots to ear-level, then let the rest of the hair be and you’ll note a major body infusion that will be undetectable. I recommend investing in the Conair CS68P MiniPro Crimping Iron, which is so adorably pocket-sized.

Best of all? You don’t have to “spend Gs.” The Conair mini-crimper will set you back a cool $16. At that price why would you ever thug [it], f*ck [it], love [it], or leave [it]?

Well, maybe just love it.

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