To curl hair with foam rollers, mist your dry hair with water, wrap each section around a foam roller, blow-dry your hair for 20 minutes, and remove the rollers. The supplies required for this 35-minute procedure are a hairbrush, a clean spray bottle, water, heat protection spray, foam rollers, roller clips, a hair dryer and hairspray.Continue Reading
Fill the spray bottle with lukewarm water, and set the nozzle to "spray." Brush your hair, mist it with water, and finish with a heat protection spray.
Divide your hair into small sections, and wrap each around a foam roller. Place the rollers on top of your hair, roll them up to your scalp, and secure them with clips. If your hair dries out while you are inserting the rollers, mist it with more water.
Dry your hair for 20 minutes on your blow dryer's lowest setting. Do not use a diffuser.
Unroll your hair. Start at the nape of your neck, and work up.
Hang your head upside down, fluff your hair at the roots, and mist it with hairspray. Stand upright, and apply more hairspray.
Curl your hair with hot rollers or regular rollers by choosing rollers of the right diameter for the chosen hair style, applying styling product, rolling the hair, and removing the rollers and combing the hair out. You need rollers, a way to attach the rollers, styling product and a comb.Full Answer >
Some of the best heated rollers for short hair are sponge rollers that use steam, ceramic infused rollers and wax-core rollers. Ribbed curlers are easy to remove without damaging hair, and flocked curlers that hold in hair easily are used for creating larger curls.Full Answer >
Amazon.com, Ulta and Sally Beauty are three retailers that carry Caruso steam hair rollers. Amazon sells Caruso Steam Hairsetters with 36, 30 or 14 rollers. Consumers can also buy the rollers without the steam unit.Full Answer >
When following roller set directions, don't crowd sections of hair that are too large on to a single roller, and always roll the hair in the direction you want it to sit when combed out. The size of roller you use determines the size of curl you produce. Hot rollers must be used on dry hair, while Velcro rollers work best on slightly damp hair.Full Answer >