Want to learn how to curl hair the old school way? Yes, we have fanciers tools today like curling irons and curlers, but you can't go wrong with velcro rollers…
Velcro rollers are a great way for you to create the perfect curls in your fine hair. Curl up all of your locks with velcro roller and allow it sit overnight (if you find them comfortable) or after a few hours has passed, then take them out and shake off any loose hairs. You can also curl one side at a time by wrapping the end around itself before rolling it against the scalp like normal. These will help give you that voluminous look without hurting your fragile strands!
Short hair doesn’t have to be short on style. One totally under-appreciated beauty tool is the velcro roller. Velcro rollers are inexpensive and come in different sizes that will fit any hair length, even your short hair! Whether you want to add volume or have fun, funky curls, you’ll find success without damaging your hair. Stop selling yourself short and check out these tips on how to use velcro rollers on short hair. #curls
If you're looking for a heat-free alternative to curling irons, check out velcro rollers! They're great for thin, fine hair that can easily get damaged by heat. Check out this post and learn how to curl fine hair using velcro rollers. #curls
While curls can look beautiful, they’re not always nice to touch. Hairspray can make hair feel stiff, weigh hair down, and make it tricky to go a day or two without washing your hair. But don't worry! If you follow these tips, you’ll be able to make your curls last without ever pulling out a bottle of hairspray.
Want to learn how to curl hair the old school way? Yes, we have fanciers tools today like curling irons and curlers, but you can't go wrong with velcro rollers! They're small, cheap and easy to use. Learn everything about velcro rollers and how to use velcro to get heatless curls for fine hair, short hair, and everything in between. #rollers #hairrollers #curlers
If you have short hair, hairstyling can be quite a challenge. Because it’s short, your styling choices are quite limited compared to styles that can be done on longer hair. But don’t fret! Short hair can still be fashionable, gorgeous, and voluminous with the right styling tools. Dreaming of More Hair Volume? Rollers Are the Way to Go! #hair #curls #volume #shorthair
Velcro rollers are a tried and true styling tool. They’re inexpensive to buy and come in shapes and sizes that will fit any hair length, even your short hair! Stop selling yourself short and check out these tips on how to use velcro rollers on short hair.
Big volume isn’t just for girls with thick, perfect hair. Thin haired ladies can get big lift benefit with one small and mighty beauty tool. Enter, the velcro roller. Velcro rollers can be a saving grace for thin, fine hair. #hair
Velcro rollers are still here creating gorgeous waves. These underrated hair care tools come in a variety of sizes and are affordable enough for any budget. Check out this ultimate guide to the best velcro rollers and how to use them. We've addressed FAQs as well as how to use them for different hair types.
BOMBSHELL CURLS with VELCRO ROLLERS Velcro rollers are worth the extra step to get curls like a Victoria's Secret Model. Velcro Rollers are especially wonderful for those that appreciate heat-free hair styling. No damaging heat, making this hairstyle a good option for damaged or fine hair and will give new life to your tresses with beautiful Bombshell curls. How to use Velcro Roller for Loose Curls
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VS Hair - You want to section off your hair in 3 sections: One in the middle like a mohawk and the other two on the sides of your "mohawk" section. Starting with your "mohawk" section, begin to curl about 2 inch sections of hair away from your face with your 1 1/2 inch curling iron (try to mimic Alessandra in the photo). After every section you curl, take your 1 1/2 inch rollers (I noticed VS uses velcro) and apply it to the section that you just curled. Do this for the rest of your hair.