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Lazy Roller Set On Natural Hair

Updated: Mar 3, 2020

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So Sunday is my wash day and I decided to try something a little different this week. Usually, I shampoo my hair and blow it out or I set it with four large braids. Well, this week I decided to switch it up and the results were better then I could have expected and it was the easiest style in the world.

The Process

I started my wash day with a pre-poo concoction (water, oil, conditioner) in an applicator bottle. First, I sectioned my hair into 4 sections and applied the mixture at my roots and a little on the ends. I detangled each section with a wide-tooth comb. After my hair was detangled I hopped in the shower and shampooed and conditioned all four sections separately. After my hair was clean I wrapped it in an old t-shirt to get it 50% dry.

Once my hair was halfway dry I applied a leave-in conditioner to my entire head and sectioned it into 3 sections. I used my rat tail wide-tooth comb to part and gently detangle my hair at the roots. I got my hair as smooth as possible then I used an elastic headband to make a ponytail. Once my hair was in a smooth ponytail I applied the rollers using a corkscrew rolling technique. Once I was done applying the rollers I put on a bonnet and went to bed.

In the morning, I checked a curl in the back of my head and it felt a little moist so I sat under the dryer for about 30-40 minutes on low. Once I took my rollers out I had super soft shiny wand curl like curls.

After I removed the elastic headbands I took a wire afro pick and fluffed my roots to remove the harsh parts and Viola! My favorite part about this style was it was super quick and easy; Plus, sleeping was a breeze 😴! I think I will use this technique more often because my roots were nice and stretched which created lots of volume (which I love) and I used half the rollers I would normally use for a traditional rod set. I would rate this style a 10/10. I will definitely be doing this again!

Bomb Roller Set

Items I used to achieve this look:Leave-In

That's all for this post I'll talk to you soon!


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