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Heard of Curlformers?

I learned about these curlers from LADYKPNYC on YouTubeCAUTION: Some Profane Language

I was fascinated with these Curlformers! I wondered if they would work on Sisterlocks, but I'm actually very happy with the method I use to presently spiral curl my loc'd hair --pipe cleaners. My next thought was my own offspring. Thinking 'how cool not to have to use heat'... Of course, I certainly curl their hair with everything I USE already. TRUTH IS... I just REALLY wanted to try these Curlformers. I purchased the hook--$3.99 and a single package of rollers --$11.99 at Sally's Beauty Supply. I only got 8 rollers in a pack. So, as you see I used just a few Curlformers on each of my girls. I chose NOT to just to try these Curlformers on the hair of a single willing daughter -- just in case it really worked. 3girlsmomma wasn't 'bout to hear all the whinin' about how they wanted curls like their sister.

BEFORE
AFTER
Well, I'll get back to you on the AFTER...
My girls went to bed with the Curlformers in their freshly washed & conditioned hair which is relaxed by the way (I know... for shame, for shame... I know...) and treated with aloe vera and Anahita's Hair Oil by Warm Spirits. My plan is to put the back of their hair in a doughnut bun in the morning for school and take pics then...

STAY TUNED!!
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anthia-ofo said…
What are curlformers? Can you leave it in their hair?
3girlsmomma said…
Anthia-ofo, visit http://curlformers.com for the full explanation from the manufacturer. The Curlfomers are only to be left on the hair until the hair dries via dryer hood or air-drying.

I was so impressed with the actual curls after the roller were taken out...(I'll blog about it!)
CarmenNC said…
Oh those little ladies are so cute.

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