Babyliss Thermo Ceramic Heated Rollers

Babyliss Thermo Ceramic Heated Rollers

Ive wanted heated rollers for so long, even more so after watching a video SwalkerMakeUp did quite a while ago where she used these Babyliss Thermo Heated Rollers (£29.99) and since then they have been on my wishlist.



Babyliss Thermo Ceramic Heated Rollers

Babyliss Thermo Ceramic Heated Rollers

Babyliss Thermo Ceramic Heated Rollers

I love big curly hair, so back in April I decided to take the plunge and buy them with birthday money and I've been testing them ever since. Generally, I'm a big fan on Babyliss and i love their products but these just didn't achieve the look i was expecting from them - I've tried and tried and tried to make them work for me but I'm just not impressed, I've even tried varying how i put them in, how put hair i put onto one roller and the outcome is just never what i want. Everytime I've used these I've ended up having to go over the curls with my conical wand.

Babyliss Thermo Ceramic Heated Rollers

The rollers themselves are pretty easy to put in and you get a range of sizes (8 large, 6 medium and 6 small) so you can create the size curl you want but also it keeps it more natural looking because natural curls all vary in size. To hold the rollers in places you get 10 grips, which i use for the larger rollers and 20 metal pins which also range in sizes to fit the rollers (even the large ones) and they're easy to slide onto the roller. The rollers are really comfortable to wear on the head, they don't strain the neck or feel heavy to wear - i wouldn't recommend sleeping in them though, as i can't imagine them to be comfortable to lean on. I usually need to use the entire set of rollers because i have a LOT of hair but depending on your hair you could probably get away with using less.

I really like that you can alter the temperature on these; as a lot of heat can really damage your hair, i however keep it on the top one because with such thick hair i need heat to get my hair to curl - I don't think these rollers get all that hot though as you can handle them with your hands easily. The way they indicate to you that rollers are ready is also something i like - one of the rollers has a little red dot on and when they've heated up the dot turns white so you don't have to go poking your fingers to figure out if they are hot enough yet. The instructions says to leave them in for around 10-20 minutes, but i personally leave mine in for as long as possible because 10 minutes would not be enough for my hair.

Babyliss Thermo Ceramic Heated Rollers

The product itself is great; really easy to use, easy to apply and remove but its the end result that I'm just not happy with. It does give volume so if that all your after then these would be great for you but i want decent curls as well and these just don't give me that. They do give it a bit of a curl but to me its not a very good one and despite spraying it with hairspray, i find they fall out of my hair really quickly - but saying that, it might just be my hair that these don't take so well too. As i have read other reviews where people love them and get the results they are looking for but sadly, they're just not doing it for me!

Have you tried the Babyliss Thermo Ceramic Heated Rollers?
Natalie xx

4 comments:

  1. These are my go to hair rollers! I love them :) xxx

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    1. Ive seen your post, your hair looks amazing with them - it doesnt have the same effect on mine!
      Natalie xx

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  2. I love those! I have Mark Hill rollers I might to a review on soon xo

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