- a good hairspray (I recommend ‘Wella Silvikrin maximum hold’-this bad boy sets your hair like a rock so use minimally to avoid major stickiness.
- Kirby grips (loads of them!) You can get these in most chemists and beauty supply stores.
- Heated rollers a good heated rollers set is the Babyliss thermo ceramic rollers- http://www.babyliss.co.uk/stylers_3035u.html - they create a soft curl that lifts from the root giving the effect of Velcro rollers in a matter of minuets.
And if you still cant master it...Click on the link below to watch a video tutorial to perfect your roller..erm rolling.
How to use heated rollers
Have a pile of kirby grips handy!!
1.Section off your fringe from the rest of your hair. You hairs condition should be straight and smooth. Any frizz will need smoothing with spray as this roll needs to be very neat.
2.Run the brush through the hair and then take the section and run your fingers to the end of the hair. Roll down towards your face keeping the sausage-like shape all the way down. You must tuck in any stray hairs with hairspray.
3.Once you have reached your hairline slide in a kirby grip through the bottom of the roll. You want to make this as secure as possible so add another grip on the other side and repeat if necessary! (thick hair may need up to 5 grips)
4. Spray Spray Spray that hairspray to fix into place.
1. Pull up sections of your fringe and tease the roots with a comb(teasing is brushing the comb in the opposite direction of your hairgrowth) and then spray with hairspray.
2. When you are satisfied you will get a lot of height in your quiff (due to mass teasing) smooth over with a comb and pull back the hair.
3.Push the hair slightly forward and slide in kirby gribs to hold.
4.Fix with hair spray.
You can pull up your hair into a pony tail and curl the hair in the pony tail.