How to use Velcro Curlers?

How to use Velcro Curlers?

They’re heatless, easy, affordable, glamorous, and make you look like you just got an amazing blowout at the nearest, trendiest blow dry. You don’t need to spend money in a saloon when you easily get your curls at home. By these steps, you can use velcro curlers easily at home.

Step 1

Pat down freshly washed hair with a clean towel to remove excess moisture, then dry it completely with a hair dryer set to a medium heat.

Step 2

Part your hair and comb it out, then separate the hair into five main sections. Create a section at the front, one at the crown, one on each side of the head and one at the nape of the neck. Clip the top sections out of the way with styling clips.

Step 3

Take a 2-inch-wide section of hair from the nape section and comb it smooth. Heat the section briefly with the hair dryer on a high-heat setting, then spritz it with curl-setting spray.

Step 4

Place a Velcro curler against the hair tips. Roll the curler downward, curling the hair section under, until it reaches the scalp. Slide a roller clip over the underside of the curler to help it stay in place.

Step 5

Create 2-inch-wide curls all over the nape section, then take down the crown section and repeat the process. Make identical curls on the side and front sections, rolling all curls away from the face.

Step 6

Turn the hair dryer to a cool setting. Direct the air flow over each curl for 2 to 3 seconds to help it set.

Step 7

Let the hair dry completely, if damp. If dry, leave the curlers for 15 to 20 minutes.

Step 8

Remove the roller clips and unroll each curler slowly, starting at the nape of the neck. Avoid pulling.

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