Connect the heat roller. Make sure your hair is completely dry. Apply a thin layer of hairspray to your hair. Use a comb to draw two sections equidistant from the center at the back of the head to create a section with the same width as the curling iron.
Use a comb to draw a horizontal line to separate the top or shorter hair layer from the longer hair layer below. Comb this part of the hair up to one side, keeping it away from the head.
Wrap the tip with the bottom of your hair, then roll the curling iron down until it touches your scalp. Use the paper clips or other fasteners included with the paper roll kit to secure the paper roll.
Separate the next layer of hair from the back, just below the previously twisted strands. Repeat step 4 for this part and insert another clip.
Continue to use a separate curling iron to treat each section or layer of hair on the back of the head. If your hair has many different lengths, you can combine hair of the same length into one roll.
Usually, three to four rollers are used on the back of the head. … On one side of the head (left or right of the middle backrest), make a vertical cut of the width of the roller from the rolled part.
Follow steps 3 to 5 to divide this part horizontally into three by four. The smaller part, each part rolls on the heat roller. Do the same thing on the other side of the rear center roller, so you now have three rows of rollers, each with three or four rollers. There are two more columns after steps 3-5.