When you use hot rollers on medium-length hair, start by rolling the bangs back and work your way back, holding the rollers in position with clips, and let the rollers cool completely before removing them. Get rolling with the help of this free video on medium-length hairstyles.
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Hi, I'm Krysta, a beauty stylist in Tampa, Florida. And today, I'm going to show you how to use hot rollers on medium length hair. For this, you will need, hot rollers, hairspray, hair clips, and a comb. You can use like a flow comb or a rat tail comb, whichever you prefer. So, the first step, is going to be to part up my hair. So, I'm going to do my bangs first, just because they're in the front and they're the easy, easy way to go first. And try to get most of the same length of hair. And the bangs, I'm going to roll back. And you can spray before, or after. So, I'm going to start in the middle, and move it around. I'm going to use my clip to hold it in there. Alright, so the sides, I like to take a diagonal parting on the sides. Especially, if you have medium length hair, so when it falls. It will kind of just fall nice and natural. And, same thing on the other side. And my clips, I'm actually putting them at the base. So that there won't be any kinks in the hair, when you take it out. So, once you have your hot rollers in, you're going to want to let them cool off completely. And then, take them out. And then, when you take them out, you should have a nice, little, soft body wave in your hair. O.k., so, once your rollers have cooled off, like, it takes probably about 30 minutes. You're going to go through, and take them out. And as you can see, you end up with a nice curl. And that's how you use hot rollers on medium length hair. My number one tool in this segment, were my hot rollers. I hope you can re-create it at home, thanks for watching, I'm Krysta.