There are velcro rollers that some people use nowadays. That may even be what the model is using in that picture. They don't heat up; you use a hair dryer to "set" them. I don't think they're used for making hair curly, but more for lift and body. (And I've heard people rave over how they work for adding smoothness, but when I tried them in the past the velcro made my hair more frizzy/staticky....)
Grabbed a quick opinion from the two teen girls at my house... definite thumbs down on the roller idea and on the picture itself unless you were hoping for junior high age readers. But keep in mind two people is a pretty limited opinion! I asked a little about what made the picture seem junior high to them and they couldn't really say, but they both came away with the impression that the cover would be something a 7th or 8th grader would read. They also wondered if she was supposed to be some sort of teen beauty queen -- toddler and tiaras all grown up.
A girl with curly hair, wishing for smooth/straight hair, wouldn't opt for curlers that result in, curls:)As an aside, prior to the "modern" invention of the electric straightening iron, I remember taking turns using an actual cloths iron on our "curly" hair (with occasional disastrous results:)
By straightener, is it a straightening lotion sort of thing?
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