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Caruso Professional Molecular Steam Hair Rollers with Shields, Jumbo (6-pack)

  • patented roller design;
  • rollers allow for breathing space between foam and shield for faster evaporation and tighter curls;
  • soft foam rollers are infused with gentle, steamed moisture;
  • great for all types of hair.

The Caruso Professional Molecular patented rollers model #06749-04 are designed to allow breathing space between foam and shield for faster evaporation and tighter curls. The unique shield lock holds rollers tightly and is available in 5 sizes for maximum styling versatility.

BaByliss PRO BABP125S Professional Porcelain Ceramic Curling Iron with Patented Instant Heat Technology, 1-1/4 Inch

  • commercial grade porcelain ceramic curling iron with patented instant heat technology;
  • porcelain barrel creates silky, smooth curls;
  • porcelain barrel renews and revitalizes hair;
  • 30 variable temperature settings heats up to 430°F;
  • independent on/off button with temperature indicating light.

BaByliss PRO Professional Porcelain Ceramic Curling Iron emits negative Ions that smooth and relax hair. Porcelain generates far infrared heat to protect hair’s luster.

Creating Stylish Curls

Advancement in the hairstyling equipment’s, products and accessories has become a big business. Many people spend an extravagant amount on curling tongs, hot rollers and other curling tools.

You can create big, bouncy, beautiful looking curls by using a number of inexpensive methods. Long ago, people with long straight hair used to roll their hair on empty frozen fruit juice cans. You can produce amazing effects by using similar soup or milk cans. While using can, you must vigilantly remove the bottom of the can. Always use a can with sealed lips on both top and bottom. Then wash and dry them, removing all the labels. The next step is to wash your hair with a conditioning shampoo. Blot your hair dry using a towel and brush your hair removing the tangles. Twist your hair in small segments on to the frozen cans and tie them firmly, with hairpins or hair clips. When your hair is completely dry, unravel the can and observe your beautiful wavy curls.

The rags can produce firm bouncy curls depending upon your hair texture and your adeptness on rolling the hair on the rags. Let your hair dry, before removing the hair rags. For best and long-lasting curls leave the rags all night in your hair. The procedure of tying the hair on the rags begins by shampooing and conditioning the hair. Then divide your hair into small sections, roll and knot each plait tightly around a strip of the cloth. In early fifties, teenage girls use to curl their hair with rags ties. The rags were made up of old, worn out pieces of fabrics, about one inch wide and ten inch in length.

Crimped curls are even easier to create without expensive hairstyling tools. Put your damp hair into locks. Keep in mind that large braids will produce bouncy crimps. Do not forget to tuck the hair ends by carefully using rubber bands. It prevents the hair ends from sticking out from the curled hair shafts. Avoid brushing the curled hair, as it can make them fizzy loosening the curls.