Four years ago I was given the opportunity to review 'Sleep-In Rollers', you can read my original post here - http://www.kiziwoo.com/2012/06/latest-craze-to-hit-uk.html
A few weeks back I was contacted by Sleep-In Rollers to ask if I'd like to work with them again, this time I would be looking at the 'Wand Rollers'. My parcel contained the original 'Sleep-In' bag, 'Wand' sleep-in rollers in two sizes, back combing brush and grips in a little drawstring bag (very cute), pictured above.
The rollers have been developed and shaped to mimic the wave you get when using a heated wand on your hair; however these require no heat.
My hair is alot shorter then it was 4 years ago however I was interested to see how these would work on shaping my hair. My first experience of these rollers was a little stressful! I couldn't get the hang of rolling my hair in something that was cylindrical. Once I had a breather and stopped overthinking the process I put them in in record time. I had freshly washed my hair and it was nearly dry was ready to put them in so I spritzed my hair to help them go in better and hold the shape. I found the long grips included very useful, they are the perfect length to hold the rollers in.
I slept in my Wand Rollers for 7 hours, below you can see my final look. Although I didn't get waves in my hair (my hair is too short) I was left with a lovely bounce and loads of body that lasted all day. I can't achieve that with a regular blow dry. I love these rollers as much as the original and have since experimented a bit more to create the perfect look for my hair. I have found if I use the smaller rollers on the top and larger ones round the back I get a slight wave which looks really good :-)