Woman reveals 10-minute hack to curl hair during a flight – but some people are very confused

A SAVVY woman has revealed how she curled her hair on the plane within 10 minutes before heading straight from the airport to an event.

Amelia Liana, who describes herself as “the materialistic Persian-Iraqi girl in Britain,” regularly takes to her social media to share beauty and fashion hacks.

A smart woman revealed how to make curls on a plane


A smart woman revealed how to make curls on a planeCredit: tiktok.@amelia.liana
She used a BaByliss cordless curling iron


She used a BaByliss cordless curling ironCredit: tiktok.@amelia.liana

And this time was no different as she shared a clip of herself trying out a quick hair removal trick during a flight from London Heathrow to the south of France.

Amelia appeared to be sitting in business class and first removed her glasses, headphones and hair tie as she told viewers: “I’m landing in the south of France and I’m going straight to a lunch party.

“I did my makeup at home but I didn’t have time to do my hair so let’s see if I can do it on the plane.”

She took the BaByliss 9000 Cordless Waving Wand, which costs £117 to buy, out of the box and then parted her hair into sections to curl it.

“I trust my life to BaByliss, but I took a huge risk by packing this cordless curling iron in my carry-on,” she continued.

“It takes up to 40 minutes to charge, which gives me plenty of time and there are three heating modes.”

While she admitted she didn’t have “high expectations” for the travel item, she soon realized it did a fantastic job, as the curls were “amazing” and she was “shaken up.”

“It’s every bit as good as my plug-in curler, if not better because it lets me curl my hair anywhere,” she said.

“And it only took me 10 minutes to curl all my hair.”

While she was “obsessed” with the curling iron, some people in the comments section were confused.

“Is that allowed on the plane? I think it could be used to hurt or damage someone/something,” one person asked.

According to the British Civil Aviation AuthorityHair rollers that contain a hydrocarbon gas such as propane or butane gas can be carried in carry-on and checked baggage.

However, only one per person is allowed.

It goes on to say: “The safety cover must be securely fitted over the heating element.

“Gas refills for such curlers may not be carried.”

Other people watching TikTok user @amelia.liana were amazed by the results of her 10-minute curling job.

One person said, “Oh no, that’s a whole game changer.”

Another said: “Ok WOW,” while a third said: “Looks so good,” followed by a heart emoji.

“Yeah so good! Would be great for festivals too!” a fourth shared.

A fifth person added: “I’m obsessed with this! I will embark on my next journey.”

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Passenger stows handbag in overhead compartment on airplane. Young woman in the cabin stows her hand luggage in the overhead compartment.


Passenger stows handbag in overhead compartment on airplane. Young woman in the cabin stows her hand luggage in the overhead compartment.Photo credit: Getty

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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