On one of my previous posts, I was asked how I do my hair. Now, I know most vintage enthusiast gals do their hair in pincurls because it's the most authentic method for almost every era. Pincurls are a wonderful, timeless way to set your hair in a vintage style. However, I find they don't work as well for me, so I use foam rollers. For this set, I am using 1" foam rollers. [I also have 1¼" and 1/2" foam rollers. I usually use 1¼" but since I didn't sleep in this set, I went a size smaller.]
Thank you to Miss Maple, she helped my uploading photos issue!
Without further ado, here is my set!
I have dyed, straight, fine hair with some breakage at my roots.
I wash my hair daily [typically at night] because my hair gets oily.
My hair in this set is dry for the most part.
I divide my hair in 3 sections vertically.
I start at the front with the center row first, then work on the sides, rolling back.
I may have spritzed my hair after rolling all of them.
[4/5 water, 1/5 Tresemme Curl Hydration?]
I waited about 4-5 hrs to take them out.
I try and find waves, the top being the easiest to harness.
And that's about it!
My setting pattern is very basic.
Sometimes I roll the front forward, but I don't notice much difference.