I love experimenting with different types of curlers and creating all kinds of curls in different ways. Whether it's tight spiral curls or big sexy curls, I'm up for it. Shoot, I would even try an 80's style perm if I thought I could make it look cute. One thing I have a hard time achieving is a big voluminous curl that is usually made with large velcro rollers. There are a couple of reasons it's not the easiest for me. 1. Is because it is so time consuming for someone who likes to sleep in the morning.(You have to section it, curl it with a curling iron, roll it, then wait.) and 2. I don't have a good set of velcro rollers. Not that I cant afford them but I honestly always find a way to talk myself out of buying them when I see them. So one day, I thought "hmmmm...what if I made something that I could sleep on so that it cuts back on time in the morning AND I already have it in my house?" SO get ready for this ya'll because I really have no clue if it's going to work! If it does... great! If not... well, that's why they invented ponytails, right? Let's continue, I've decided that if I just take a few of my spiral curling rods and tape them together, I can make a larger curl. Makes sense to me.So let's get started shall we?
- Lots of spiral curling rods (like the ones here)
- Spray bottle with 3/4 water and 1/4 conditioner
- a roll of tape
Take a strip of tape and tape the rods in the center.
Make a few of these bundles. Depending on how thick your hair is, you may need at least 10. I used 9 bundles in my hair. Two on the top, two on each side and three in the back.
Then I went to the back and repeated the steps. I made sure that each section was pulled upwards and not out. In my head I feel like this will give me the lift that velcro rollers give to add volume... we will see, I guess.
Check out that Messy Vanity ya'll! Ugh, It's a mess!
Finish up with the top section. Start from the back and work your way forward.
cushioning from the numerous rollers.
Only time will tell... See ya in the morning!