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Caruso SalonPro 30 Molecular Steam Hairsetter

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Caruso SalonPro 30 Molecular Steam Hairsetter
 
4.8

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5.0

These are fabulous!

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from Edmond, OK

Comments about Caruso SalonPro 30 Molecular Steam Hairsetter:

My hair thick, fine and slightly wavy hair and as you move toward the nape of my neck the worse the wave become. This is something fairly newly aquired since I started arthritis meds about 7 years ago.

I am able to get a slight bend into my hair if I use a blow drying brush while I blow dry it and it will look alright or let's say "passable".  When I use this method, though, within a couple of hours my hair will soon be going flat and looking like I didn't bother to go through the blow drying step - like I just allowed it to dry naturally.  The natural waves start creeping in and the frizz begins to encircle my head like a halo.

Because of the arthritis it kills me to raise my arms up and wield the brush and dryer for 20 minutes in order to have only temporary results so I tried the drier with the brush attachment which didn't work for me either.

One day I saw the Caruso Salon Pro Steam Hairsetter on Ebay and thought I would give it a try.  Now I just wash my hair, spray in some leave in conditioner or a bit of BioSilk, sit, lean forward and dry my hair in any direction until its dry.  I use a large toothed comb to comb through and section my hair before putting in a Caruso steam roller.  Once I get them all into place I wait about 10 minutes, while I'm putting on my make-up, and then take the rollers out.

It takes about 20 seconds for each curler to heat and be ready to put into your hair.  Once you get used to it you can work into a good rhythm putting one curler into your hair while the other is heating.  I don't find that just being able to heat one curler at a time is a hinderance.

After the rollers are out and I've brushed the curls out of my hair and I've arranged it the way I like it, I mist it slightly with hair spray (sometimes I don't even use spray).  My hair stays curled the remainder of the day - no problem.  The curls do relax a bit but that's okay with me - I don't like really wound up hair.  If I used a pre curl solution (set) I'm sure the curls would stay tight.  Anyway, most of the time my hair looks great the next day even after I've slept on it.

I'm getting ready to buy some more curlers of the sizes I prefer.  The greatest thing about these curlers is that they don't dry out your hair!

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5.0

I love Caruso Curlers!

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from Edgefield, SC

Comments about Caruso SalonPro 30 Molecular Steam Hairsetter:

**     I think this is a great product. My hair is not long, but it is very hard to curl. Traditional curlers just don't hold the curl in my hair. This product allows you to actually put water in the base of the steamer, and the hot air that comes out instantly heats each curler. The plastic casings on each curler hold it firmly in the hair. I find by adding a little salt to the water, that the steam comes out really well. Be careful not to put your hand over the steam part. Other than that, there are not any safety hazards, and you will find yourself with a head full of curls! You can also twist your hair and then roll it into the curler. This will result in a lot of waves. The effect is really beautiful!**

**    People may say that I am always positive, but the fact is, I only review products that I really love. My hair wouldn't really curl before I bought Caruso curlers. It is thick and heavy, and no amount of spray will hold it. I am so glad that I found this product, and I hope you enjoy it too!**

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5.0

caruso hot curlers gives you the best spiral curls

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from Mary Esther, FL

Comments about Caruso SalonPro 30 Molecular Steam Hairsetter:

The Caruso hot curlers are the best curlers I have used. My hair is waist length and very thick. These curlers are easy to use and give the best results I've ever seen. I have very dry hair and the caruso curlers add so much moisture to my hair. I don't have alot of time to do my hair when i go out and these curlers are fast and easy to use.  They heat up quickly  and cool down quickly so you don't have to worry about burning yourself. I also like that you can use the curlers to  do different styles such as spiral curls, big bouncy curls or small curls all over.  I have tried alot of different hot curlers and these are by far the best, some of the other hot curlers i have tried have left my hair very dry feeling and the curls did not last nearly as long as the caruso curlers. They are also very easy to travel with as they have a smaller system you can take with you on trips. I would recommend the caruso hot curling system to anyone who wants soft beautiful curls that last all day long.

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4.0

Caruso curlers are easy to use

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from Kingsport, TN

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        Comments about Caruso SalonPro 30 Molecular Steam Hairsetter:

        I've been using these caruso curlers for quite some time and have been really happy with the results. My daughter's hair is finally long enough to style and she absolutely hates standing still to use the curling iron. The Caruso curlers are perfect for her. It just takes seconds to heat up each roller and clip it on. We let her hair cool while she eats breakfast then pop the curlers off. Her hair is always bouncy and shiny afterwards, and looks simply gorgeous. The steam curlers are easy to use and the steam is less damaging to hair than a straightening iron (at least, it seems like it is.) The only downfall is that we really need more curlers but they are very pricey to buy separately. I am considering buying a second complete set instead, since the price is comparable and we'd have the second heater if we needed it. The set is a bit inconvenient to store but we just keep the whole shebang under the sink and it works out fine.

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