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Craft Foam Paper Hair Rollers

Craft Foam Paper Hair Rollers

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Start making Craft Foam Paper Hair Rollers by purchasing {{asin=B00284NN82,text=craft foam paper}} and cutting them into 4-6" strips.

Fold each individual strip in half and roll hair around them just like you would a rag curl.Tie the ends to secure or if the ends are too thick, use hair roller clips or bobby pins.

Advantages Of Craft Foam Paper Hair Rollers

There are many different types of non-traditional hair rollers which can be used for heat free sets.

The advantage to Craft Foam Paper Hair Rollers over rag, t-shirt, sock rollers or {{asin=B009VGIHS6,text=pillow rollers}}, is the firmness of the paper.

The Craft Foam Paper Hair Rollers are much firmer than traditional cloth rags, paper towel rollers or plain paper rollers.

The firmness makes it easier and faster to roll the hair up while the foam fabric doesn't have the moisture-sucking properties you might experience with cotton fabrics.

Advantage Of Craft Foam Paper Hair Rollers For Straight Hair

ConairRagRollers-2_250hCraft Foam Paper Hair Rollers offer a better advantage to bone straight hair which doesn't easily hold rags, socks or paper towel rollers.  Softer ringlets are more easily created with the stiff paper rollers.

Keep in mind that these type of paper hair rollers work best on hair which is shoulder length or longer with either no layers or l0ng layers. Keep in mind the thicker the sections rollers, the larger and looser the curls.

Step-by-Step Instructions

Add Craft Foam Paper Hair Rollers to hair which is either newly washed, towel blotted, detangled and damp OR bone dry and detangled which you will dampen with a water spritzer bottle.

Follow the steps below to create the Craft Foam Paper Hair Rollers and roll your hair:

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1.  Begin by cutting Craft Foam Paper into equal strips approximately 2-3" wide.

2.  Use a long tail comb to part hair the way you normally would (center, off-center, left or right side).

3.  Gather all the rest of the hair and clip it out of the way so you can focus on one section at a time.

4.  Use your fingers or a wide tooth comb to separate out 1 1/2 to 2 1/2" section of hair at the very bottom of your head.

5.  Lightly spritz the section of hair with water.  Don't add too much water. If hair is too wet, it will be hard to roll with the paper.

6.  Lift the newly spritzed section and wrap the bottom of the strand up and over and around the Craft Foam Paper Hair Rollers to secure the ends of the strands.

7.  Roll the rest of the strand with the paper until you reach the desired stopping point and/or the roots.

8.  To secure the curl, tie the paper hair roller into a loop. Or, if you prefer, you can add a roller style clip or bobby pin to secure the new roller.

9.  Once you've rolled the first roller, continue rolling all of the hair working from the bottom of the hair up to the top and from side to side.

Additional Instructions

Either sleep on the rollers overnight or sit under a hood or bonnet style hair dryer until hair is 100% dry. Curls may not hold as long when they aren't allowed to remain overnight.

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When removing the paper curlers, untie them and remove slowly to prevent tangling.

Once all the paper curlers have been removed, bend over at the waist and gently shake your head to loosen the curls.

Spritz or apply a tiny bit of shine serum or glossing cream to the palms of your hands. Massage the serum into the palms of your hands and onto fingertips.

Use product coated fingers to carefully separate curls to arrange them without causing tangles, snags or frizz.

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Do not use a brush or comb since this can encourage too much deconstruction of the newly created curls OR it may cause hair to become frizzy.

When you must use a comb, use a three finger pick to gently arrange.

If you prefer, you can use a small amount of water to soften super tight ringlets or curls.

Summary - Craft Foam Paper Hair Rollers

Craft Foam Paper offers a unique way to create heat less ringlet and tight barrel curls.

The only difference between traditional rag curlers is that the Craft Foam Paper can be cut and folded in such a way as to provide a more structured type of roller.

Experiment with making rollers the length, size, shape and thickness that is ideal for your hair type, texture, length and curling requirements.

Although these paper hair rollers offer a heat free curling option, you can speed up the curling process by using hair-friendly heat sources such as bonnet or hood hair dryers.

You can also use a blow dryer set on the lowest, slowest speed to add heat with minimal hair damage.

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