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Basics in Roller Setting For Fuller Looking Hair

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Basics in Roller Setting For Fuller Looking Hair

Many brides get their hair professionally done on the day of their wedding. If you are however having a less formal wedding event and think you can manage styling your own hair then consider getting use out of rollers.

Depending on the style you are trying to achieve, with information from your stylist the use of rollers set in over night may prove rewarding to allowing you and your stylist more time and control.
 
Rollers are great; they help to add volume and body to all types of hair whether your hair is thin, thick, short or long. Rollers come in many sizes, each to provide a different tightness of curl. The use of rollers won’t make your hair curly unless that is the look you are trying to achieve. Often rollers are used to lift the hair and add body so that your hair can be managed and styled easily.
 
For a salon look and feel consider trying rollers, they are very easy to use and the outcome will prove to be worth the trial.

How to use rollers

  • Step one-
    Volumizer or thickening lotion should be applied to the roots of your hair. Blow dry your hair using a round vented or paddle brush until your hair is almost dry.
     
  • Step two-
    Depending on the tightness of curl you are after, separate the hair by sections and wrap them around the appropriate size rollers. For tight curls use small sections of hair, and for body or wave, make the sections larger. 
     Wrap each section of hair around the roller. Roll the hair in a downward position taking care to the smoothness as it wraps. The rollers should be left in for approx ten to fifteen minutes or until the hair is completely dry. You may apply heat to speed up the process but be sure the temperature is low.
     
  • Step three-
    It is time to release the curls. One at a time, unravel the hair from the rollers. Don’t rush as you can damage your hair should it get snagged as you pull the rollers out.

Once all the rollers have been taken out, shake your head and run your fingers through the hair. At this point you will already feel the difference in your hair. Your hair will be very full, and full of body. The volume can be toned down if it is too full for your liking by using your fingers, brush or comb and a little bit of styling product.

Once your hair is styled to your liking, you will feel as though you just came from the solon (at home..wink*).

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