Friday, March 2

Shika's Magnetic Rollersetting "Tutorial"

Per reader request, I filmed yesterday's rollerset!

I wouldn't really call it a "tutorial", just sharing my techniques that work for me! (and excuse the typo in the introduction! I was using my SO's HUGE 17' laptop to edit versus my 13" baby!)

Enjoy!



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18 comments:

  1. Love the ear-to-ear tip! Great tut, and your hair looked incredible at the end!

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    1. Thank you! I hardly ever use the big gray rollers but I loved the body that it gave! Too bad my hair is two steps away from a frizzy mess today due to the ATL early "spring"!

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  2. THANK YOU SO MUCH! I LOVE YOU, GIRL. :)
    Omg, I'm so excited. Lol.

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    1. You are soooo welcome!! I think you gave me the "video bug" again!! I hope it's helpful for you!

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    2. OMG!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE THE TUTORIAL. You did EXCELLENT. I think that is the best example of a roller set and now I'm actually not afraid to try it anymore. OMG. I'm so happy. I think I'm even more excited than I was before. :)

      I love how you split your hair to section it off. I was actually confused with you rolling up until you stated you liked the curlier look. And I was like "OMG, she could do that and talk on the phone?! " you are amazing. It takes me an hour to set up, get ready to roll (corny pun intended ) and then quit. :/ but you've inspired me to actually go try it. Definitely my next wash day, I will try the roller set and hopefully I will continue at it until I get better. Which ultimately lead to my best. I love your hair, and I love your blog. But you've DEFINITELY are the holy Grail (LOL ) in video tutorials. You've got a GREAT speaking voice, you're short sweet and to the point and your demonstration is brilliant. I love it and I certainly am for more videos by the wonderful Shika. Anyone who is lucky(I should say blessed) enough to view your videos, will certainly be glad they did. I am so thankful for this, because you've helped me so much. I've been wanting to roller set for so long; just afraid of the outcome. Thanks again and have a BLESSED day. :D (and please give us more videos )

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    3. YAAAY!! I'm so glad you are inspired to try! I feel like I'm still not a rollersetting pro but practice really dies make perfect so get to rolling, girl!! I can't wait to hear about your first set!! GOOD LUCK!! (& thaaank you for your kind words! It made my night!)

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    4. No problem, sweetie pie! You're definitely one of the main people I follow! Ever since I saw your blog and that humongous banner popped at me, I was like: HER HAIR. IS. BEAUTIFUL. =P

      When I get my blog going, you'll definitely be on there :) Also I see you use Aphogee ProVitamin (spell?) Leave In. I've been meaning to try it myself. What are your other stables besides the ones you showed in the video? Like your shampoos, conditioners, serums, etc. IR you have a blog or video post, ill gladly check it out!

      And I'm glad that I can reach out and touch someone with just a little bit o my happiness in order to increase theirs. You have a blessed day, girly :)

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  3. Great tutorial vid (even my BF agreed as he's sat here watching with me - probably thinking to himself 'So why ain't your hair that long yet T?!'

    Your hair looks so soft, bouncy and shiny, especially in the pictures. Wow!

    T

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    1. Thank you! And LOL at your BF watching the video!!

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  4. P.S. I like the new blog design - I need to do some work on mine and change it up a bit (",)

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    1. Thanks! Changing it up is definitely one of my favorite hobbies!

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  5. Great tutorial! Ear to ear parting was a great tip, I was struggling with not ending up with a skinny mohawk in the back. Your hair looks great

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    1. Thank you, Jeni! Yes, the ear to ear parting was like a "Eureka!" moment for me; that was the point when rollersetting became fun and not a dreaded chore...

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  6. Great tutorial. I definitely want to try rollersetting this way. Keep them coming. I am still dryer-free.

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    1. Thanks chica! Are you planning on purchasing a new one?

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    2. Yes, maybe the end of this month. I'm thinking about the Pebco. Tried my Gold n Hot tabletop again just to make sure it wasn't shorted(fuse), still wouldn't turn on in different outlets.

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  7. Awesome tutorial! I knew I was dealing with a boss when you were talking on your phone while setting your hair. Roller sets require my undivided attention but you didn't even skip a beat! You've definitely inspired me to try setting again. It's such a frustrating task but maybe, just maybe, I'll give it another go :)

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    1. HAHA! Definitely keep trying! I used to HATE roller setting but this technique has made it a much less frustrating experience!

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