- 20 rollers – 10 x 30mm, 10 x 40mm and 20 clips
- 2min heat-up time.
- Ionic conditioning.
- Power on indicator.
- Heat ready indicator.
- Max temperature 116°C.
- Heated storage case.
At first I was a bit worried whether 20 rollers would be enough, because I have a lot of hair, but after a few tries I realised that I actually always end up with 1 or 2 rollers being left over.
The product description says that the rollers heat up in 2 minutes, but I actually found it to be a lot faster, which is amazing what with my impatience. Once they’re hot, you roll your hair around these babies and secure them with the clips provided. You then leave them in for a good 10-15 minutes until they’re fully cool and then remove them.
BOOM! Gorgeous volume and curls in under 20 minutes. Super fast!
Besides the rollers heating up so fast, I think it’s great that the top temperature is only 116 degrees – this way it won’t be as damaging as many other hair styling tools. But that doesn’t mean you don’t need a heat protecting spray. You ALWAYS need that.
But as with many hair styling tools, it does take a bit of practice and good heat protective spray with some holding strength though. I still haven’t perfected it and I’ve been playing with these babies for a few days now.
But I have to say that with my frizzy hair texture it doesn’t solve the frizz the way the WAM Revolving Curling Tong does, so I’ll probably still reach for that heaven-sent styling tool before I’d reach for these. But that’s because my hair is difficult.
If you have a naturally smoother hair texture you probably find these really effective, so if you always wanted to try some heated rollers, make sure you try these – but only when they’re half price! I definitely can’t justify saying they’re worth the almost £80 they normally retail at.
But the Enrapture Extremity Heated Hair Rollers do their job, as you can see. They give curls and volume like a bad ass. I love big hair, but unfortunately it didn’t last long (but that might be down to the new heat protective product I’m trying!)
I can’t compare these to any other heated hair rollers as I haven’t tried any, but they do their job. But I don’t think I would consider buying them for their full price – the half price of almost £40 was already pushing it.
I will definitely continue using them, but I will, like I said keep reaching for my beloved WAM styler.
Would you try these rollers?