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 –  When it comes to adding volume and bouncy curls to your locks, rollers are time-honored hair care accessories. There are many types of rollers to consider as you scroll through our extensive gallery. Some rollers are ideal for certain hair textures and some are designed to achieve specific types of curls. Many products are also designed with your hair care in mind in order to produce the best possible results.
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Using Hair Rollers

When you want to add soft, wavy curls as well as lush volume to your hair, rollers are an effective and non-permanent option. When it comes to certain hairstyles, rollers are extremely effective. While some women rely on them throughout the week to achieve their desired styles, others may simply use them from time to time when they want to achieve a wavy look. Hair rollers are also regarded as safe for your hair. They can achieve big bouncy curls without impacting the health of the hair. Moreover, the curls also tend to be long-lasting, so women can depend on them for an all-day or all-evening look.

Types of Hair Rollers

There are many different types of hair rollers available today. Some must be used only with dry hair while others can be used whether the hair is wet or dry. Some rollers may be ideal for very long hair while others might work better on shorter lengths. Some women find they need to experiment to find rollers that work best on their hair.

Foam Rollers

These hair rollers are ideal for sleeping. While some may remember those old-fashioned pink hair rollers from the past, they still do a great job for providing soft and bouncy curls. The pink rollers are available, but there are other foam styles too. Ideally these rollers should be used when the hair is wet. Traditionally, women or girls would sleep in them which allowed hair to air dry and set those wavy curls that continue to be a popular look.

Velcro Rollers

These rollers do away with the need for a pin to hold the hair and roller in place so they're quite convenient. Also, these rollers are typically designed for use when the hair is wet. Users can simply roll the wet hair on the roller and wait for it to dry, revealing beautiful ringlets.

Magnetic Rollers

These rollers aren't magnetized in any way. They get their name because of the way hair clings to them. These rollers are designed for wet hair. The hair is then dried with the use of a hair dryer. The hair dryer, of course, shortens drying time and the heat helps lock in the curl.

Heated Rollers

These rollers are a great option when you don't have time to wet your hair for rollers and wait for it to dry. In fact, dry hair is rolled onto the heated roller. As soon as the roller is cool, the curl can be unwound. Some women use these rollers for just a few sections of hair while others employ them to curl all of their hair.

Understanding the different types of rollers can help you narrow down your selection. Browse our gallery to discover all the various brands and products in our inventory designed to give you the bouncy curls you desire!

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