Sleep in hair rollers – impractical, uncomfortable and impossible to sleep in

So recently I got sucked into buying an old fad at a beauty
event – hair rollers.   
Big old hair rollers are something I’ve wanted for a while, as my hair,
despite being very thick, is in dire need of some volume.  It tends to sit rather heavy and flat at the
crown (this is in no small thanks to the fact I’m long overdue a haircut) and I
rarely style it.      
I own a curling wand, but barely use it.  This is perhaps because I haven’t quite
mastered the art of curling my stubbornly straight hair. Plus, I’m not really a
fan of the ringlet curls that a wand tends to give you.  It’s the same with straightening irons, they
only really offer you barrel curls, whereas I’d much rather opt for the big
loose waves you see on the red carpet. 
So my assumption was that big hair rollers offered just
that. And when I was presented with the option of sleep-in rollers – yes,
rollers you can actually wear to bed – I felt I just couldn’t say no.  And when I was told that it was on special
offer for £10, and for that you get large and small rollers, a travel bag and a
hair drying hood – like in the hairdressers – well, my purchasing decision wasn’t
too difficult.
Well, anyway, I’ve tried them out and filmed the process for
you to see the results for yourself.  So check
out my video review.       
Sleep in hair rollers demonstration


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