For easy and effective curling, heated curlers are the technique to adopt. More manageable than a curling iron, they allow you to obtain a perfectly satisfactory result even if you are new to this field. However, there are many products on the market with different modes of operation, so it is necessary to inquire beforehand. Here are our favorites and our advice to help you choose the heated curlers that are right for you.
How To Choose Heated Curlers?
Hair length and texture
It is imperative to choose your device according to your hair. Indeed, you will need more or less rollers depending on the length and thickness of your hair. For a short cut, between five and ten rolls will suffice. Conversely, if you have long and thick hair, we recommend that you get around twenty rollers.
Heated curlers equipped with ionic technology are preferred for professional-quality results. This prevents the effect of static electricity on your hair which would mess you up and also prevents any unwanted frizz. Moreover, the ionic technology promises to achieve shiny and silky hair that really takes care of your hair.
Heating options for heated curlers
It is also important to pay attention to the heating time and the heating temperature of your device. If you want quick to use, opt for a device that heats up in just a few minutes. Also, very high-temperature rollers allow your curls to last longer.
How Do I Apply My Heat Curlers?
The curlers are applied to dry hair. Whether you have short or long hair, the technique is the same. After waiting for your device to heat up the curlers, grab them by the end and wrap strands around them. The size of the wick will depend on the diameter of the rollers you are using. Once rolled up, secure the wick to the roller using clips, often supplied with curlers. Wait the time indicated on the instructions then gently unroll your locks. You then obtain perfectly defined curls and hair of incomparable shine!
How Do Heated Curlers Work?
After letting the curlers heat up in their machine, place the curlers on dry hair. Be sure to place the curlers strand by strand, distributing the rollers evenly. Depending on the desired effect, you can use different sizes of curlers.