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Velcro Rollers

Posted by mammie (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 25, 06 at 11:02

I was reading the beauty secrets post and noticed some of you use velcro rollers. Are they hot rollers, and what brand do you like? Thanks!

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RE: Velcro Rollers

Velcro rollers are not hot rollers, they are plastic rollers that will stay in your hair without pins. I don't know if one brand is better than another, but I doubt it. I get mine at a beauty supply store. There are different sizes and colors, and they last for-ever!

Click the link below to see what they look like.

Here is a link that might be useful: velcro rollers

RE: Velcro Rollers

I am addicted but the no-pin thing is a joke in my fine, slippery hair, I use those long metal clips, at least two, to hold them in place. I apply a scant bit of gel (hairspray won't do a thing for my fine limp hair) roll it up, and then give it a heat blast from my drier. I let them sit in my hair while I apply makeup to cool completely. The only thing that gives my hair some volume without curls.

Here is a link that might be useful: Clips

RE: Velcro Rollers

Thanks for the info and the links. I'll pick some up at Sally's and see what happens.

RE: Velcro Rollers

Smooth plastic rollers are better for your hair, no pulling and they hold the curl much longer, use roller clips or roller pins to secure them. Sally will have them.

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