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  • I prefer to have large waves and volume with a smooth texture as opposed to frizzy, kinky curls that sometimes happen if I don't straighten my hair
  • I thought it would save time if I could put the rollers in, and while they were setting, put my make-up on at the same time, rather than putting make up on, and then having to dry and curl my hair with a curling iron
  • I found this product for about $40, and I liked that the rollers came in three different sizes
  • I noticed that the roller got very hot, almost too hot to handle
  • This is one that I would not recommend since I wasn't pleased with the results I got with these rollers, and they were a bit expensive compared to others out there that I have seen

    • by mariekay
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      Although my hair is naturally curly, it often doesn’t curl in the way I want it to. I prefer to have large waves and volume with a smooth texture as opposed to frizzy, kinky curls that sometimes happen if I don’t straighten my hair. I usually style may hair by blowing it dry straight, then wither using a flat iron for straight hair, or a large curling iron for wavy hair. I had not used hot rollers in years, but I began considering purchasing them again in order to save time on my morning routine. I thought it would save time if I could put the rollers in, and while they were setting, put my make-up on at the same time, rather than putting make up

      on, and then having to dry and curl my hair with a curling iron.

      I found this product for about $40, and I liked that the rollers came in three different sizes. I wasn’t sure if there were enough rollers included to cover all of my thick, long hair, but I thought I would try one set before purchasing another. I also saw from the package that the rollers came with clips that were used to secure them in place. My old roller set had pins that poked at my scalp and were uncomfortable, so I liked the idea of these clips instead. They resembled a “chip clip” or a banana clip with teeth to grip and secure the rollers.

      I tried the set out right when ...


      • I got home. My hair was already dry and had been straightened, so I was ready to go. I noticed that the roller got very hot, almost too hot to handle. I experimented with each size, using the larger ones in places I wanted volume, and smaller ones where I wanted more curl. The clips took some getting use to since they were hard to open, and they did dig into my scalp in spots. The clips also didn’t seem to hold the rollers in place very well, they kept falling out.

        After a bit of a struggle to get the rollers to stay put, I took them out and noticed that the clips have left indentations and crimp marks in my hair. I had

        to get out my curling iron to iron these spots out. The smaller sized rollers also left my hair way too curly, mush more curl than I wanted. The only size that gave me the look I wanted were the large ones, and there were not enough to cover all my hair. All in all, my hair didn’t look good after using these rollers, and the process proved to be more time-consuming than I had anticipated.

        In the end, I returned the product to the store for a refund. This is one that I would not recommend since I wasn’t pleased with the results I got with these rollers, and they were a bit expensive compared to others out there that I have seen.




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