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    I have shoulder length hair that is naturally curly, but I want to achieve a look with sleek curls.
    I've been interested in rollers/curler for a while, but don't know where to start.
    What products would you recommend, and what looks can I achieve?
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    Setting lotion so that the curls have a really nice hold without being greasy/weighed down and curlformers (work on straight and afro hair by curling the hair inside the curler and come in different sizes), they are expensive but amazing and don't damage your hair because it is heat free. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vx5ThjQIdug
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    Setting lotion is a great curl, Pin Up do a nice product. A good set of Heated Rollers are always worth investing in, I recommend Babyliss Thermoceramic.
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    Use heater rollers, or non heated rollers, just put them in your hair when wet, and use grips to hold them a few hours later take them out you'll look great. Or you could use mouse for curly hair...
 
 
 
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