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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Vintage Curls Using Vintage Rollers Tutorial


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Maybe it's a love of full skirts, or maybe it's the fact that love comes from a very pear shaped body and smaller waist that lends to vintage styles fitting better, but sometimes I just love to play up 1950's/1960's styles with clothes, hair, and make-up for date nights. 

I've had a set of rollers for over a decade, they are old, they are vintage, and they still do a killer job at what they do. Plus a lower heat to help with my goals to strengthen hair postpartum and they just have me sold. It's just been the past few years I've decided to really learn how to use them. After asking several girls with great volume their secret, many have said they use hot rollers. I decided it was time to get more comfortable in the name of volume, but I've been thrilled with the luck I've had in using them for vintage curls more than anything! Today I'm going to share how to use them and best practises for keeping hair looking great! 

Step one starts long before you're putting the rollers in your hair, it starts with shampoo, conditioner, and product used to strengthen hair. There's nothing like getting the salon look and doing so on a budget, which is why picking up Suave at Walmart is such a win/win. 

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It's about as easy as can be to shampoo and condition and then apply treatment to your hair while it's wet right out of the shower. I love doing this since hot rollers spread heat throughout your hair, it's nice to worry less about breakage and know Suave has your back!

I let my hair air dry, but you can definitely blow-dry if needed. This also works well on 2nd-day+ hair, so keep this in mind if you need to push your hair in-between washing.

To start you'll want to heat your rollers. Most vintage and modern sets need at least 20 minutes to heat up and do their job, so I'd plug it in right when you wake up or get out of the shower.

After this it's all in the sectioning and rolling techniques.

I knew I could write a novel, but I thought a show instead of tell would be best, and I'm including a YouTube tutorial I created just for you guys!


So there you have it! Just a few rollers in the right direction later and a bit of styling is all it takes.

I have about the flattest, straightest hair ever and I love that even my hair can pretend it's well-behaved for a day or two since these work so well!

I also love in an era of very loose beach waves that this adds a bit of variety to going out looks.

But most of all, I love how easy it is to do and how great my hair looks on a budget thanks to Suave

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2 comments:

  1. Your hair looks beautiful! I love Suave products - I can't wait to try this!

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  2. So pretty! I haven't used hot rollers in forever, and this post is taking me back. haha Love this look!

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