How to Use BaByliss Curlers

Updated April 17, 2017

BaByliss makes a range of hairstyling tools and products that are widely used by both individuals and hair salons. BaByliss makes a variety of hair curling tools, from rollers to wands, which are suitable for all hair types and are regularly recommended by top celebrity hairdressers. They are also very simple to use, ensuring anyone can get stylish curls.

Heat the curlers on a heatproof surface. Some curling sets might come with a heatproof mat, which you can rest the curlers on while they heat up. This usually takes between two and four minutes, depending on the temperature the curlers reach.

Spray hair with water until it is damp, and separate into sections. For large, bouncy curls, choose wide sections. Smaller sections will result in tighter, ringlet-type curls. Be careful not to include too much hair in each section, which will result in weak curls that lose bounce quickly.

Secure the tip of the section into the curler. Most BaByliss curlers come with a clamp that should be placed just above the tips of the hair, and it will secure the hair.

Roll upward, winding the hair as evenly as possible. There might be a wire guide for you to wrap your hair behind, ensuring it is wrapped correctly.

Hold the hair in the curlers for about two minutes. If you have fine hair, you might find you do not need to wait this long, but very thick hair might take slightly longer.

Unwind your hair carefully, pulling the curler downward.

Repeat for the rest of your hair. Mist hair with hairspray.


Check the temperature light on your curlers regularly. When this lights up, wait for your curlers to reach optimum heat before continuing.

Things You'll Need

  • Hairspray
  • Water
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