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10 Best Velcro Rollers for a Voluminous ’90s Blowout

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I’m happy to announce that the ’90s blowout trend seems to be sticking around. While I spent most of the early aughts furiously straightening my hair with a flat iron on full blast, it seems like nowadays, bigger is better. Whether you’ve mastered wielding a round brush and blow dryer around your head for a classic blowout, or you’ve opted for a blow dryer brush like the coveted Dyson Airwrap, you need to start incorporating velcro rollers into your styling routine.

All over TikTok, voluminous-haired people are obsessed with the results they get from using velcro rollers. “Velcro rollers help add volume and body to your crown and hair. They help to achieve that added lift you get with professional blowouts at home on your own!” says celebrity hairstylist Ardree Merriweather. Here, find the 10 best velcro roller sets you need to use ASAP.

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1

Best for Bangs

Drybar

High Tops Self-Grip Rollers

2

Best for Long Hair

Cludoo

Jumbo Big Hair Roller Set

3

Best for One-Step Styling

Hot Tools

Thermal Velcro Rollers

4

Best for On-the-Go

Salon Care

Ceramic Velcro Rollers

5

Best for Beginners

Conair

Hair Rollers

6

Best for Thick Hair

AFANSO

Jumbo Size Hair Roller Set

7

Best for Volume

Kitsch

Ceramic Thermal Hair Rollers

8

Best for Adding Curls

POZILAN

Self Grip Hair Rollers

9

Best for Long-Lasting Results

anezus

Hair Rollers Self-Grip Set

What do velcro rollers do?

“Velcro rollers help add volume and body to your crown and hair,” says Merriweather. “They help to achieve that added lift you get with professional blow-outs at home, on your own!”

What is the best way to apply velcro rollers?

“Section the hair at the crown of the head into 1-3 inches or so sections to avoid adding too much hair to each roller,” says Merriweather. “Adding too much hair will affect your final outcome and weigh down the roller. Be sure to comb through so the hair is smooth and free of tangles before using the roller. Start from the ends of the hair and roll upwards away from the face.”

It is also important to consider the size of the rollers you are using. “If you want to set and curl or add definition to your hair, you want to use smaller rollers. If you want body and fullness, use larger rollers,” adds Merriweather.

How can you prevent rollers from slipping out?

“Starting from the ends, roll up, and once up top, press them down into your hair and next to the other rollers to stick to each other,” says Merriweather. “If you need extra support, you can use Drybar Hold Me Hair Clips to keep them in place, although the Velcro should allow them to stick on their own as the gentle self-grip material allows rollers to stay in place without clips while preventing pulling and damage to hair.”

How long do you need to leave rollers in?

“About five minutes during the cool down period but up to ten to ensure the best results,” says Merriweather. “Normally, when you use rollers, you’re doing so while you blowout your hair, so once your blowout is complete and ready to shake out, you take the rollers out and shake the blowout all together.”

Ardree Merriweather is a celebrity hairstylist based in Los Angeles. He also works as an Education Consultant at Drybar.

Tatjana Freund is ELLE’s Beauty E-Commerce Writer. She has interviewed countless haircare professionals, and is always testing out new and trending hair tools.

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