Since I did a tutorial on Curlformers, its only right that I review them as well! Check out the vid below.
What I talked about in the vid:
-I have used the Curlformers @ least 5 times, so I feel that I have enough experience to review them
-I own the Salon Kit from Sally's which contains 40 long & wide and 6 short & wide and 1 hook for $59.99
-I also own 2 packs of the long & narrow which was $12 each @ Sally's and there are 8 in each pack
-So as you can see, Curlformers are expensive!
- But, it is worth it to me, because I always get a good set and I dont have to worry about it not coming out right like I do with other styles
-But I have a hard time getting the style to last more than a day, but this past time I did, and I made a post about it
-If I could do it all over again, I would have purchased a kit off of curlformers.com because the kits come in a handy plastic zip up case, instead of the box from Sally's. Also, the kit only has one size in it, which is better for me since I have no use for the short curlformers because they are too short for my hair. Also, I would have purchased the extra long curlformers because my hair is almost too long for the long curlformers, once my hair grows a couple more inches ,my hair will be too long
-the curlformers seem to be safe for my hair, because I havent seen any broken hairs in the curlformers or on the hooks
-My hair usually dries pretty quickly since the curlformers are like a mesh material, I usually air dry over night, but you can also sit under a hooded dryer w/o worrying about them melting