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DanceDanceDance80 · 17/12/2017 08:52

I would like some heated rollers recommendations please. I've always used a wand before but want to try the rollers for a change.
I have med/long and slightly thick hair. Want more of a curl than just a bounce...
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ImADingleDangleScarecrow · 17/12/2017 08:54

I love my babyliss heated ceramic rollers

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DanceDanceDance80 · 17/12/2017 09:11

How long do you leave them in for ? I've seen some reviews say 10mins some say 1 hour...
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ImADingleDangleScarecrow · 17/12/2017 09:19

I leave mine in for 10-15 mins, finished with a blast of cold air from the hair dryer before I take them out.

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DanceDanceDance80 · 17/12/2017 11:34

Thankyou.
Can anyone recommend any others?

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GreyFluffball · 17/12/2017 11:41

I've found them all to be much the same - I would look at what they come with to secure them into the hair and decide which type you'd find easiest to use
The key is in letting them cool completely in the hair - if you take them out when they are still even just warm you'll lose a lot of the curl. Use a comb to comb through each section and apply a light spray of hairspray before rolling around the roller.

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DanceDanceDance80 · 17/12/2017 14:46

Thankyou!

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DanceDanceDance80 · 17/12/2017 15:30

Has anyone tried the babylis heated pods?

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DanceDanceDance80 · 17/12/2017 18:09

Bump...

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DanceDanceDance80 · 18/12/2017 18:39

Bought the thermo ceramic rollers and they didn't do anything to my hair. Just made it look messy. Has anyone used the babylis curl pods?
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