- Step 1: Spray hair Spray your towel-dried, damp hair with a volumizing spray in order to achieve maximum results.
- Step 2: Blow dry Blow dry your hair completely. Using velcro rollers on wet hair can cause them to tangle and make removing them nearly impossible. Tangled velcro rollers can also break your hair, causing frizz.
- Step 3: Section the hair Part your hair into four or five sections. Clip each section to keep them separate.
- Step 4: Blast and roll Pull up a section of hair no wider than the roller. Blast the roots with hot air from your blow dryer, place the roller behind the section of hair at the very tip, wrap the end around the roller, and wind it towards your scalp.
- TIP: In order to firmly hold the hair and the roller at the same time, place your thumb inside the roller and then roll.
- Step 5: Continue Coninue rollinghair sections until all of your hair is rolled. For a high-volume, sleek look, leave the rollers in for 20 minutes.
- Step 6: Remove and style Remove the rollers, being careful not to pull or tug on your hair. Run your fingers through your hair, shake your head, and get ready to knock everyone out with that thick, gorgeous hair.
- FACT: Velcro was invented by George de Mestral in the early 1940s. The idea came to him after walking his dog and noticing that it was covered in cockleburs. After studying the cockleburrs under a microscope, he noticed their hook-like shape.
You Will Need
- Volumizing spray
- Hair dryer
- Velcro rollers