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"Big Curls" by Conair. Video showing tutorial and review of the foam rollers.

Today we are testing "Big Curls Bendable Rollers" by Conair. Watch our video (below) to see how our curls turned out and what we thought of the rollers!  We also mention some tips and tricks to hopefully get the best results.

(Click here to watch the video directly on YouTube.)

These foam rollers claim to "Turn heads with your hair! Provides the confidence great hair brings with affordable, high quality styling tools. For curls and waves with body and bounce, our rollers create style that lasts! The easiest hair roller ever! When we say Roll, Bend, and Set, we mean it, it's as simple as that. Big Curls- create soft, loopy curls by taking large sections and rolling hair to create your desired effect. Big Curls are perfect for night sets, as they are soft and bendable with no hard plastic parts to keep you awake! Wake up refreshed with natural looking curls without a dent or crease in sight. Big Curls can be used on damp or dry hair." (Quote taken from the original packaging on the box.)

Directions on the box:

*Smooth hair by brushing or combing. 
*Section the hair that you are curling and add a small amount of styling product. (Note that we did not do this step.) 
*Roll the hair all the way up in the direction that you want curl. 
*Bend the roller to hold it in place, the wire inside will maintain the bend. 
*Leave rollers in place for at least 20 minutes and if using on damp hair, please leave in until hair is dry. 
*Gently remove and finger comb curls in place. 
*Can be used with a blow dryer. 

Overall we feel like these curlers mostly lived up to their claims. It was super easy and quick to roll up her hair using the rollers and taking them out was very smooth since there are no clips or pins. We did not get quite as much curl as we would have liked but partly this was caused by user error. We did not apply any hair product before placing the rollers (as mentioned in the instructions) and her hair was not completely dry when we took them out (which I believe was the main problem.) I would be very surprised if these actually would've stayed in overnight without using our elastic trick (as shown in our video above.) Although we did not test them on their own to confirm. We definitely plan on using these again just for the fact that they were so quick and easy to take in and out and were relatively comfortable to sleep on. I'm hoping we will get a better result next time by not adding quite as much water to her hair before applying the sponge rollers. These can be found in stores as well as online (affiliate.)

*This is not a sponsored video.

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