Tuesday, March 29, 2016

How to Create Beautiful Heat Free Curls

Hey ladies! I've been looking for heat free ways to style my hair. Prior to cutting my hair, I bought the Caruso Molecular Steam Hairsetter. Now that my hair is short, I'm looking for more versatility. I pulled out my Caruso Steam rollers for a fresh look.


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Anytime I want to see how a product works, I always check YouTube. (While you're there be sure to follow me!) I liked the reviews I saw and decide to purchased it.





How It Works

Place a rollers on the base and allow the steam to penetrate the roller. No longer than 10 seconds. Take a section and roll hair.




Apply the steam rollers on dry hair only or it won't work. Let the rollers air dry for 15 minutes.





The Caruso Molecular Steam Hairsetter comes with 30 different sized rollers. You can use more rollers for a tighter set or less rollers for looser curls. In the picture above, I was going for a looser set.



Final results. I used several rollers to achieve this look since I wanted lots of body. 

Real Talk

                           Stacie Sayz, "Buy It, girlfriend!"

I wondered if the steam would work on my hair since water usually makes it curl. But I was surprised! It actually did what it was supposed to do. The Caruso Hairsetter gave me beautiful, long lasting curls that didn't go flat. I recommend these steam rollers 100%!


Have your ever heard of Caruso steam rollers? What do you think of them?

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33 comments

  1. I seriously need these! I'm trying to do less heat and this looks like an alternative that I would love. I'll definitely be looking for these when I get back in the U.S.. Thanks so much for sharing.

    LiveLifeWell,
    Allison

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    1. You're welcome! Let me know what you think of them.

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  2. I need this. Because whenever I wear my hair pressed I don't want to put heat in it but when I do most rollers I come out looking like a crazy person. I will check these out!

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    1. Just keep in mind, that it uses steam so your hair may be a little wet.

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  3. Love these. I don't know a thing about hair so the heat and I don't get along. If I don't go somewhere to get it fixed...it's in a ponytail that's why I can't get my hair cut lol

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    1. These rollers are my new fave and they are easy t use.

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  4. Ooh, I'm interested. I hope it's not super expensive. Thanks for the review. I've never heard of these rollers.

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    1. Sure! I think I payed about $40 for them.

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  5. What a great product! I rarely use curling irons, so this is something I would love to try.

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    1. It's a great alternative to using a curling iron.

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  6. Ok I have never heard of these. Hhhhmmm...now you've got me thinking about ways I can use them!

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  7. Aaah, these are cool! Your hair looks good, girl.

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  8. OMG!!! I need this in my life! I've never tried those before, but it's a good alternative to a flat iron. Right now, I use flex rods when I want a little bit of curls.

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    1. These are so quick to use. I love 'em.

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  9. I purchased my Caruso's from Sally's sometime ago. I love them. Easy way to get some nice curls going.

    Jay | RelaxedThairapy.com

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    1. I got mine from Sally's too. But I've seen them at Walmart as well.

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  10. I have seen a lot of videos about these but never made time to try them. Your hair turned out great Stacie. I seriously need to try these.

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    1. Thank you Vashti! I watched several videos before I bought mine.

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  11. Oh those curls worked for you! I am actually kinda afraid for me because I have such think hair my hair might not hold the curl but thanks for the review.

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    1. I hear ya. My hair is very thick, but it is relaxed though.

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  12. Oh wow I'm impressed. It turned out so pretty and looks like a much better alternative to heat styling.

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    1. Why thank you! I love when I find a no heat style.

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  13. I had something similar when my hair was relaxed; it worked well for me. Your curls came out cute girl! #ProductReviewParty

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    1. Thank you lady! Have you tried it on your natural hair?

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  14. I've been wanting to try a roller set on my hair. I like this option. My rollers are heated.

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    1. I hear that Caruso is supposed to be better than the heat because of the steam. You'd like these.

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  15. Oh wow. I had Caruso rollers around 20 years ago. They were pink. I totally forgot about them! I am going to have to see if I still have them anywhere. They did work great and I loved all the different sizes available. #ProductReviewParty

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    1. Really? I just found out about them last year! Go to Sally's or Walmart.

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  16. I have tried to do curls in my hair, but they never stay, even when I go to the salon. I may have to give this a try to see if it works better. Your hair looks great! #ProductReviewParty

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  17. They are perfect for your style and you look mah-vah-lous my dear. I just donated a set of those old hot curlers with the spikes - yuck!!! #ProductReviewParty

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  18. No, I've never heard of them, but I'm adding it to my cart right now to try on my middle daughter's hair. This sounds like a perfect styling solution. I don't allow heat in her hair very often and it's still too much to me so these sounds ideal.

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