A Day to Night Holiday Hair Tutorial
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Have you seen those shirts on Pinterest that say something all the lines of “all I need is coffee and mascara” or something along those lines?
My shirt, if I had the chance to make one myself, would say “all I need is volumized hair”.
I’m so excited to be sharing this tutorial with you today because I’m using T3 Micro’s Volumizing Hot Rollers Luxe and they are profoundly easy to work with. I remember attempting hot rollers in my teen years with my mom’s set from the dark ages, and it was assumed that I could secure the flaming hot roller with a metal “U” shaped hook thing.
After many finger burns later, I pretty much gave up on hot rollers as an “easy” hairstyle. And I’ve seen other rollers that have different clips, since then, but I think it’s the flocked velvet on this set that makes them so simple to use. And you won’t burn your fingers either!
In the tutorial I’ll show you how to get tons of lift at the root area, and encourage a little bend at the ends which could be worn as is during the day, and then I’ll walk you through the steps of a deceivingly simple pull-thru ponytail that looks perfectly dressed up for a holiday party should you have one on your calendar!
For the pull-thru ponytail, you’ll need a few clear elastics (I like these!) and some duckbill clips. And for the volumized locks for daytime, all you need are the T3 Volumizing Hot Rollers Luxe and a bit of hairspray for hold.
The result of the rollers was tons of lift and bounce, with the softest bend at the ends. You can control how much curl you get by choosing the heat setting and also the length of time the rollers are in your hair.
The pull-thru ponytail was soft and simple, and would pair perfectly with fancy earrings!
If you would like to enter to WIN a set of the Volumizing Hot Rollers LUXE, enter by clicking here! Also, you can use the promo code STBROLLERS to receive 2 free 2-packs of extra rollers in 1.5 & 1.75 inches upon purchase of a set of Volumizing Hot Rollers LUXE!
This post was created in partnership with T3 Micro. All opinions are my own.