How to Use Babyliss Thermo Ceramic Rollers

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How to Use Babyliss Thermo Ceramic Rollers
The hair should be dry before using BaByliss Thermo Ceramic Rollers (hair image by Dubravko Grakalic from Fotolia.com)

Using BaByliss Thermo Ceramic Rollers is no different than using a traditional hot roller. However, ceramic rollers have benefits that metal or plastic hot rollers do not. One of the benefits to using ceramic rollers is that they distribute heat evenly, leaving your curls or waves looking full. Ceramic rollers also add shine to the hair and are gentle on fine or damaged hair.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Wide-tooth comb.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Plug the rollers in and adjust the temperature. For thick hair, set the Thermo Ceramic Rollers on high. Reduce the temperature for thin or fine hair. The rollers take 4 minutes to heat.

  2. 2

    Comb through dry hair to remove any tangles or knots. Your hair does not have to be clean to use the Thermal Ceramic Rollers, however, the end result will look better if you start with clean hair.

  3. 3

    Take a section of hair no more than an inch wide and curl it around the roller. Place the end of the hair over the middle of the roller and twist under until it meets the scalp. If you are styling your hair in a flip fashion, face the tip of the hair under the roller and curl up into until it meets the scalp.

  4. 4

    Place a pin or clip around the roller to keep the hair in place. To secure the roller with the pin, place the feet of the pin in the centre of the roller and push towards the scalp. To secure the roller with a clip, pinch the handles of the clip between your thumb and index finger, and close over the roller.

  5. 5

    Remove the rollers from your hair. For tighter curls, leave the rollers in your hair for 10 to 15 minutes, or until cooled. For loose curls leave the rollers in your hair for 5 minutes.

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