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What does your hair look like after velcro rollers? Watch

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    I have mid-length / almost long hair, naturally quite straight and it holds a lot of volume when I blow dry up upside down (whether that makes a difference I'm not sure) but will velcro rollers work in my hair type and what sort of look will they give? Will it be curly? Or straight and big/bouncy? If I use plenty of hair spray and leave them in for a few hours before going out will the style last for up to 5 hours?
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    Straight and bouncy but you have to hairspray it to death or it will drop - preferably upside down. No it will probably drop after 5 hours.
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    Velcro rollers did NOTHING for my hair except make it a weird shape, and were a bloody pain to sleep in. Which is a big no no as I sleep in some form of curler every night.

    I personally would say use foam rollers (very cheap and rather comfy to sleep on with a really good effect you can work with) or learn how to pin curl.

    If it's too curly for you just brush it out and it should just kinda go a bit wavy, big kinda of curls.

    I suggest go to youtube. There's masses of tutorials that teach you how to do your hair like a pro and pick the right rollers and stuff.
 
 
 
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