You must keep the lid closed when heating up the rollers, the rollers take about 10 minutes to heat up. Keep an eye on the heat-ready roller, it should change from green to grey white when they are ready to use.
Altogether there are 20 rollers, 8 large ( pink ), 6 Medium ( purple ) and 6 small ( orange ).
Also included are 10 easy to use butterfly clips and 20 professional colour coded pins plus 6 spares.
I tend to use the rollers on freshly washed hair, however after reading the hints and tips they suggest nearly dry hair achieves good results. I sprayed my hair with TRESemme heat protectant spray and combed through each section before each placing each roller. It's always best to start at the top of your head and work back towards the crown of the head then down the back. This is how I place the curlers, then I curl the sides.
Here's a very fetching shot of me with the rollers in, I've just taken out the first 2 rollers.
You need to leave the rollers in for at least 10 minutes if not longer if you can, I tend to keep holding them and seeing if they are cool.
Diva Heated Rollers are available at Sally Express and retail at £37.99 which is a very reasonable price compared to other brands on the market.
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What do you think of my curls?
Have a great day and thanks for reading.
I love the final look. I have never used hot rollers. My hair has a hard time curling though so I wonder if they would work for me.ReplyDelete
Maybe I'll have to try them at some point.
It looks really pretty!ReplyDelete
I would love to use hot rollers but my hair is not long enough at the moment
Wooow love the results!!! I need me some of the rollers!ReplyDelete
Your hair looks lovely after this, I love the effect. xxReplyDelete
Thanks for your comments ladies, I felt really glam with the final look xReplyDelete