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And which ones would you recommend?
Hairdresser put curls in my hair with his brush and, of course, when I try it it looks crap. But like what he did, the messed up curls look.
oh yes i use heated rollers sometimes for going out
dead dead easy#
i have the boots own brand ones, i like them, grips are secure, plenty rollers, good sizes, heat up quickly etc
i use a volumising spray after blasting hair dry with hairdryer, take a section of hair, spray with a bit of elnett, put roller in and leave til cold
take out and tease but dont brush
add more elnett
Oh, thank you. Think I may buy some. It was teh first time I got a really genuine, "Wow, your hair looks nice" from my partner. He said it quite a few times
<<He's lovely, will say my hair looks nice (if I ask him!) usually but this time was different>>
i couldn't use them, aren't very good with hair
can straighten & do a ponytail an thats it! I couldn't get the hang of rollers - maybe you could borrow some first?
tink these ones are the ones i have
Yes, am worried about being rubbish with them. Used to get all tangled up with teh velcro ones.
Thanks np. Have seen ceramic Babyliss ones on Ebay, don't know how good they are.
tink i am CRAP with them, but then again i just say i wanted the messed up curls look, and people admire it so it must be ok....
i leave bits out by mistake, have gaps, but you just tease it around and it falls into place
what cut do you have? i have a just below shoulder layered cut with a fringe thats longer than eyebrows - swept to the side ( i dont put roller in fringe)
Sounds similar - shoulder length with choppy layers which he curled and then messed up, slightly off-centre part and a fringe which is long which he straightened. Right, I shall treat myself
yes straightening fringe can look nice and glossy when rest is curled
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