curl (one's) hair

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curl (one's) hair

To shock or terrify someone. That horror movie sure curled my hair—I could not sleep for a week! Geez, don't sneak up on me like that, you're gonna curl my hair!
See also: curl, hair

curl someone's hair

 and make someone's hair curl
Fig. to frighten or alarm someone; to shock someone with sight, sound, or taste. Don't ever sneak up on me like that again. You really curled my hair. The horror film made my hair curl.
See also: curl, hair
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If you are looking for extra volume Velcro rollers are a perfect way of naturally lifting and curling your hair.
If you''re looking for timeless glamour, then nothing beats curling your hair to create glossy, shiny waves," said Victoria.
The trick to curling your hair is to make sure all the curls follow in the same direction.
The trick is to make sure you start curling your hair a third of the way down the shaft, and not from the roots.
The great thing about crimping is it is lots easier than curling your hair and gives just as dramatic a look.