Or so I thought...
As I was looking online for ways that I could give my hair a nice, light spiral curl (or wave), I ran across this video tutorial by a teenager named, Meredith.
Cute video, huh?
After I watched the video, I wondered if the curlers would do the same thing with my hair. Then I chuckled because I was getting hair styling advice from a teenager.
But hey, if it worked I was game.
So the next day, I went out to five different stores to try to find the Conair Spiral Rollers, and would you believe nobody carried them? Not even the Sally Beauty Supply store.
After not having any luck purchasing locally, I went online and ordered them from Amazon. You get 10 medium rollers for just $8, so I ordered 4 packages. (The photo on Amazon shows blue rollers, but what you really get are pink rollers with blue tips).
Then I went out and picked up a bottle of TRESemme Extra Hold Curl Enhancing Mousse and a small bottle of Moroccan Oil.
When the curlers arrived, I decided to give them a try.
I washed my hair and towel dried it. Then I added a light coat of Moroccan Oil, and left my hair to air dry.
Once it was slightly damp, I applied the Curl Enhancing Mousse.
Next, I combed my hair and rolled strands of my hair with the Conair Spiral Rollers.
I left my rollers in for about 4 hours.
When I took them out, I had beautiful curls.
Next, I put a gentle brush through the curls... just to see how they'd hold up. Then I pulled a section back and pinned it back, allowing the bottom half of the hair to flow freely.
The curls lasted all day. Even when I took the pin out of my hair and allowed all my hair to flow freely, the curls remained. It was so cool!
If you're looking for nice curls without the harsh chemicals or high price of a perm, give the Conair Spiral Rollers a try.
Disclosure: Reviewer purchased the curlers, the mousse, and the oil mentioned in this review.
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