How to Treat Hair After a Roller Set

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When treating hair after a roller set, you have to do a few key things to really put the finishing touches on that new look. Treat hair after a roller set with help from a longtime hair stylist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Sierra, and today I am going to show you how to treat your hair after a roller set. So this lovely model has had a basic roller set which is Mohawk section. And then the two sides and the two sides in the back. Just all horizontal. So removing the rollers her hair doesn't look so fantastic right now. But you can see there's really good curl base in here. So because there's so much curl and modern styles aren't quite so tight and frizzy, it helps to use just your hands. Cause the oils from your skin and the heat from your hands will help relax this curl a little bit. So once you take out the rollers just comb through the hair with your fingers. Keep in mind that this is a basic roller set but there are other positions to place the rollers in to give the hair a little bit of a different shape. When you get to the sides it's helpful to twist the hair a little bit away from your face like I recommend to any curly client. You are really just working through it until they all kind of blend together. The size of the rods that you've used or the rollers that you've used really determines how curly the hair is going to be after the set. When you use smaller rollers you get much smaller curls. The larger rollers give more body and more of a wave. Add a little hairspray and that's about it. Thank you for watching. And this is how to treat your hair after a roller set.

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