Tifara Beauty 42-pack 7" Flexible Curling Rods
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- Made from lightweight foam
- Easy to create curls
- For all hair types wet or dry
- 6 of each rod size 7/8" 11/16" 5/8" 9/16" 1/2" 7/16" 3/8"
- 7" long rods
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Tifara Beauty Flexible Curling Rods 42-pack comes with 7 different rod sizes. 7/8" 11/16" 5/8" 9/16" 1/2" 7/16" 3/8"
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Top international reviews
Easy to use
Many different sizes and plenty for thick hair
No heat needed
Uncomfortable to wear overnight
Hair can get caught in white ends and pulled which isn't fun (reason for only 4 stars)
Use a mousse maybe one meant for curls
Ensure hair is 80 to 95% dry
Don't get lazy and use few curling rods if you have thick hair
Roll under not over
All suggestions I'll be putting to use with my next use.
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First photo: before
Second: right after taking them out
Third: after brushing them out
Fourth: wave method (see below)
I took them out the next morning and my hair was CURLY. I used the red and purple rods. And I had about 10 curlers in. Next time, used the larger rollers and only do about 5 or 6 for looser curls. I wrapped the hair around instead of rolling it up. This gives you waves
They definitely do work!
The set comes in a nice zippered carrying case with seven different sizes of rollers. I only used the two biggest sizes (blue and pink).
The first time I tried these, I wrapped them from the bottom like traditional rollers. They're easy to hold in place, once you figure out which way to crimp the ends. (Hint: if you're rolling away from your face, as most of you probably will be, you'll need to bend the edges up into a "U" shape. If you're rolling toward your face, you need to put them the other way with the ends pointing down.) I slept in them and had incredibly bouncy, Shirley Temple style curls. I actually spent some time pulling on them to get the curls to straighten out - they were way too sproingy for a woman in her thirties, ha!
The second time I adjusted my rolling technique because I wanted looser curls. After a nighttime shower, with wet hair, I held the roller against my head and wrapped the hair around the barrel away from my face. This technique meant that the ends of my hair were sticking out a little, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. The curls looked much more natural. (When I curled them the first time and the ends were fully curled, it looked a little crazy.) I pulled the curlers out in the morning and I had gorgeous, loose curls that looked like I did them with a curling iron (it was the same look I get from spending 30 minutes with my 1" curling iron). I nearly wept with joy. No more heat styling for me!!
They're not exactly the most comfortable thing to sleep in, but if you get the placement right (cluster them around your ears and on top of your head, leaving the back of your head bare) you'll be ok with a squishy pillow. For the record, I had no issues sleeping with them, but I'm a back sleeper.
I think these are incredibly easy to use and you should have no problem with them, even if you're a hair styling neophyte. That being said, while I'm not a professional hairstylist, I know my way around a curling iron and am pretty good at making my hair look how I want using styling tools. I'm just lazy and don't want to spend an hour doing my hair every morning.
The photos are me with sproingy curls pulled out a bit, then two days later (!), then the final, looser curls that I'm so in love with.
After washing my hair ( length is about 5 inches past my shoulders), I put 14 of the largest rollers throughout my hair and promptly went to sleep. They are not uncomfortable at all to have in while sleeping.
Upon awakening Sunday morning, I took the rollers out, and looked like I belonged on the Good Ship Lollipop. THATwasn't going to work, so I took my pick and gingerly combed out the curls. Fast forward, because now I looked like I belonged in the 1967 Miss America pageant. I was just missing the black cats eye rhinestone rimmed glasses. Thank goodness for spray bottles of water.
I went to church with wet hair.
Three or four loose rollers is all that's needed for soft curls.
But the biggest issue is...they stink. Really bad. The foam has a really strong chemical smell that'll leech off into your hair. My hair smelled just like it after I took them out, and not even dry shampoo could mask the scent. Washing my hair was the only thing that got it out. Hopefully airing out the rods will make it go away, because I really want to use them more often.
EDIT: Down to a 1 they go. I tried everything to get the scent out (baking soda, rose water, febreeze, setting them outside in the sun, even freezing them lol) and the awful smell remained. Had no choice but to toss them. Based on other reviews I can't tell if there's just a couple stinky batches of it other just don't mind the chemical smell :v
These also work really well if you are trying to curl your hair before going out. I used the orange and yellow colored rods in my hair and left them in for like 2 hours before going out and i had really nice curls!
Love these - they are really easy to use and work very well! If I curl my hair overnight - I will still have curls for the next day and they will look like waves. Very nice curlers - for the price you can't go wrong.