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Hi ladies! I'm stopping in from the Sept DDC to get some advice!! I bought some hot rollers, but apparently I'm clueless how to use them because I keep getting a crease in my hair towards the scalp! I don't know what I'm doing wrong...am I putting the clip on improperly? Is my hair just too thin to use the hot rollers?
Daughter: Rylie 2 years old. Born 3/18/2013
TTC #2 with MTHFR C677T and a Balanced Reciprocal Translocation between chromosomes 1 & 4.
Always missing my 4 angels. 2/9/06, 3/12/11, 5/22/12, 11/27/14, 7/22/2015
More than likely it is the postition of the roller itself and the clip holding the roller on. If you hold your hair straight up and then roll it down on the roller, it should help to decrease the line. Also, it depends on what kind of clips you are using to hold the rollers in. Some of those are notorious for making a line in the hair. Hope this helps some!
I could never get the hang of rollers either, I would say just experiment with different positionings of the rollers, I used to use them when I was much younger and it was very much trial and error. Sometimes it turned out really well and other times not.