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Make Soft Hair Curlers!

Added Aug 16, 2008

by nuiwida23

Portland, Maine,...

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And you’re done! I made 20, because I’ll be using them for my cousins. I thought I’d put them in my hair just for fun, even if I don’t need it!

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    Sep 16, 2009, 09.18 AMby clairelovestosew

    thankyou for this tutorial! this is such a great idea, and I am just about to go try it ourt for myself! Beautiful retro curls, here I come! Slightly non-sewing related question – do you need a hairdryer to achieve these curls when you’ve got the rollers in? Does it still go curly enough if you just leave the hair to dry naturally?

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      Sep 17, 2009, 09.04 PMby nuiwida23

      Hey clairelovestosew! I agree, these curlers are a great idea, although it isn’t mine originally. I would love to answer your question about drying your hair in the curlers, but I just don’t know. My hair is completely naturally curly, these curlers were made for my cousins. I expect that if your hair is very straight, using holding gel and a bit of hairspray would benefit the curls. As for drying, your guess is as good as mine!

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