Sponge hair rollers
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Sponge rollers are a retro heat-free alternative to curling irons and wands. Experiment with different styles without worrying about damaging your hair. Use small sponge rollers, also known as foam rollers, to create tight ringlets. Set...
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Hi everyone, I decided to try out foam hair rollers. I think it turned out great but I would definitly recommend to leave the rollers in for longer. I also t...
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So, what are foam hair rollers, and what makes them different from other types of rollers? Foam or sponge hair rollers are cylindrical sponges that wrap your hair around to create curls or waves. They’re more comfortable compared to velcro rollers because they don’t have a hard plastic body that can be painful to lie on. Plus, foam hair rollers don’t attach directly to your hair, so you don’t have to worry about hair damage.
Big, curly hair is all the rage right now, but it can be very hard to get the look just right. Using a curling iron can give your arm cramps, and those curls tend to fall limp fairly quickly. Using hair rollers might seem like something...
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36 Pieces Foam Sponge Hair Rollers - Soft Sleeping Hair Curlers Flexible Hair Styling Curlers Sponge Curlers for Hair Styling (Pink) Pink, Size:767 in
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Kelly Groeneweg saved to Back to the 80s and 90s
They may seem totally retro but traditional hair rollers still have an important place in creating modern hair looks. Sure, they might not get the same air time as more high-tech tools like straighteners and tongs, and they're certainly not as high tech, but they can give incredible root lift and an unrivalled bounciness, with far less heat damage and at a fraction of the cost.
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