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On behalf of tvlesson.com this is Lizbeth Muller from Liz’s hair design in Hollywood Florida. In this clip I want to talk about the different kind of rollers we use in the hair industry. We have all different type of size of rollers here. I have like the large, medium, small and even smaller and this actually is use when set in the hair to make it nice and smooth, give a bounce and body. I use this lot for different roller sets and actually we have this one here, this is a natural cool one, we do a lot of spiral curls with this and also have bends and different directions. You can actually bend them to your liking and actually there’s different sizes, you have this size you have even small than this to make those nice spiral curl nice and tight or just loose big bouncy curls. They just give beautiful nice lushes, sassy curl. But we have also satin rollers out there that are great to use at night time. They’re just soft and short and you notice they have a material outside of the roller and that just makes the hair really soft and it doesn’t hurt the hair and you roll it at night and it bend like this one here but it has like a setting look in the outside. You have your hot curlers out there that you use, you can only use those not to go to bed with them please but you can use them when you go out to get some body as some curl to your hair or body, they have some small. They have big, they even have hot coolest they have the smooth touch to them on the side of the curler. so there’s many different kinds of rollers and curlers. And don’t forget your perm rods also. even though I don’t recommend perm rods for everybody because we just use them to just perm the hair and make them curly, I like to use it sometimes when I want the real tight, tight and short curls. I use the perm rods also using a lot of different setting lotion and getting the hair to have those tight and small crimp curls. So there are many rollers in our industry and many can still curl the hair with. On behalf of tvlesson.com this has been Lizbeth Muller and thanks for watching.