Using rollers is a great way to add volume to your hair. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to put rollers in your hair for maximum volume.
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Prepare Your Hair
Start with clean, dry, and brushed hair. If you prefer, you can apply a small amount of mousse or styling product to enhance volume and hold.
Section Your Hair
Divide your hair into sections. The number of sections will depend on the thickness and length of your hair. Smaller sections will provide more defined curls and volume, while larger sections will give a softer, more natural look.
Heat the Rollers (Optional)
If you’re using heated rollers, follow the manufacturer’s instructions to heat them up to the desired temperature. This step is optional and can help set the curls more quickly, but you can also use non-heated rollers for a gentler approach.
Roll the Hair
Take a section of hair and hold it taut. Place a roller at the ends of the hair and roll it upwards towards the scalp, ensuring the hair is smooth and evenly distributed along the roller. Rollers can be placed horizontally or vertically, depending on the desired curl pattern and volume.
Secure the Roller
Once the roller is near the scalp, secure it in place with a clip or pin. Make sure the roller feels secure, but not too tight to avoid discomfort.
Continue sectioning off the hair and rolling it until all desired sections are complete. Remember to focus on the roots and crown area for maximum volume.
Let the Rollers Set
Leave the rollers in your hair for the recommended amount of time, usually between 15 minutes to an hour. This will allow the curls to set and the hair to cool down, ensuring longer-lasting volume.
Remove the Rollers
Carefully remove the clips or pins from each roller, starting from the bottom and working your way up. Gently unroll the hair from the roller, allowing the curls to fall naturally.
Finger Comb and Style
Once all the rollers are removed, use your fingers to gently separate and loosen the curls. Avoid using a brush, as it can disrupt the volume and create frizz. You can also lightly tease the roots for extra lift and volume.
Set the Style
Finish off with a light-hold hairspray to set the volume and keep the curls in place throughout the day.
Remember, practice makes perfect when it comes to using rollers. Experiment with different sizes and techniques to achieve the desired level of volume and curl. Enjoy your voluminous and glamorous hair!
How To Use Hair Rollers for Big Volume
This video demonstrates the process of using velcro hair rollers for creating big volume in the hair.
The host starts with slightly damp hair and uses a Shark FlexStyle with a brush attachment to dry the roots.
The hair is sectioned into three parts: crown, middle, and front pieces, and then further divided for easier handling.
The velcro rollers are used to roll the hair, ensuring even heat distribution and tension for better results.
After leaving the rollers in for about 45 minutes to an hour, the host gently removes them, revealing increased volume and thickness in the hair.
Samantha is a hairstylist with over 12 years of color and stylist experience. She enjoys using her knowledge to create what her clients really want when they sit down in her chair. Her passion is creating unique looks that her clients feel great in.