We all know and love Jonathan Van Ness as the beauty guru of "Queer Eye," and therefore we would follow his hair and skin recommendations over a cliff -- especially since we see how his instincts play out in real life. Van Ness often posts selfies and other photos to his Instagram account in which he's actually glowing.
On "Queer Eye," we typically see Van Ness rocking his signature pin-straight, long middle part, but lately (read: in quarantine) you can tell the heat tools and staying products have been thrown out the window in lieu of this more natural, meaning pleasantly curly, style -- which is working quite well, too. He's living for a shorter, curlier side part that looks fresh and low maintenance, and his new '70s-style trim makes his hair look so enviably healthy and bouncy that we want in.
Luckily, Van Ness isn't the only one who chucked his heat tools over the last year -- beauty mavens on TikTok, too, have been all about heatless hairstyles, particularly curls.
Now, me, I typically weave my damp hair into a French braid overnight and call the ensuing crimps in the morning "curls," but TikTok has twisted their hair around everything, from socks to bathrobe belts to scrunchies, so that we can achieve actual voluminous curls without plugging in the curling iron (or wand, or flat iron...whatever you've finessed to work for you).