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Ive seen a few tutorials on YouTube. Am tempted as my hair is pretty lifeless. My question is, how comfortable are they really to sleep in?Tia all
Okay when you get use to them, id get the very bouncy rollers and a hairnet.The sprial ones with metal are very good if your going for that tight curl, there is paper you can use i forgot what its called(i should know as im a hairdresser) Oh the shame!You wrap the 'paper' around the sprial one piece and fold it into your hair.Today i bought myself some heated rollers as a treat for being pregnant? any excuseThey are called Babliss 30 rollers and might be a lot better if you want 'umph hair' roughly leave them in for about 20min or until cool down!£30 in boots but get £5 off, and points if your a memeber Or £26 in argos.
I have Sleep Rollers, I don't use them to sleep in. I have tried but the only comfortable position is on your back which I can't sleep like. They ARE quite comfortable though and leave your hair looking fab.
Thanks everyone, I'll have a look in Boots & see how bouncy they are. I've tried my fair share of straighteners, babyliss big hair thing, Velcro rollers in the hope that my hair will be bouncy!
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Try them they are brill!!
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