Used my mesh rollers for the first time today and after 10 minutes of fiddling with the flimsy roller picks that came with the rollers, I gave up. It’s like they didn’t even attempt to hold the rollers tight. I used my usual clips instead and it was smooth sailing from there. Out of laziness I didn’t use end papers on I think two rollers. When my hair dried, I was left with the indentation of the roller on my ends so using end papers with these rollers is a must.
I didn’t see a drastic change in drying time, but I’ll gladly take 20 minutes off my normal drying time (today took 1 hour 40 minutes, normally takes 2 hours). Loved the results, my hair is soft and bouncy. It just falls “right,” if that makes any sense. I used 30 rollers to set my hair. After I took out my rollers, I flat ironed my roots. See the next post for the video!
(1) Pre-pooed for 2 hours with mix of safflower, grapeseed, and vitamin E oil.
(2) Shampooed with Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Shampoo.
(3) Applied Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Treatment for 5 minutes, then rinsed.
(4) Roux Porosity Control for 1 minute.
(5) Deep conditioned for 2 hours under my heating cap with KeraPRO Restorative Conditioner (currently on sale 2/$10 at Sally Beauty Supply!)
(6) Mixed 1.5 teaspoons of ACV and 12 oz of water and sprayed my hair from root to tip, left in for a minute or 2, then rinsed with cool water.
(7) Applied my leave ins: Darcy’s Botanicals Daily Leave-In Conditioner, ApHogee Keratin and Green Tea, and Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Serum. My spray bottle contained mix of filtered water and Paul Mitchell Moisture Mist.
Ms EbonyCPrincess, you are 3 or 3. My hair thanks you for introducing her to KeraPRO Restorative Treatment, clear rinses, and now these mesh rollers, lol! 🙂