Review : Laurens Way Dream Rollers.

Friday, 8 February 2013



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Laurens Way Dream Rollers c/o Laurens Way.

Right I will start off by saying I am a complete Hair roller noob. I own some heated rollers, that I will be honest, live in their box under my bed & dont see much daylight. This is purely because I'm never too sure how to put them in my hair properly (I dont need that added fuss in the morning before work!) and with trying to get my hair in good condition for my wedding I'm not using heat that often on my hair. When I was offered a chance to try the Laurens Way Deam Rollers I thought, 'Why not'? In my head, rollers that dont have heat and you can sleep in must be easier to use than heated ones right?

The whole point behind these particular rollers is that you can put them into your hair before you go to bed, have a blissful nights sleep and then wake up in the morning with nice volumised hair. There is a foam insert inside the roller for comfort, meaning when you lie down they squash down a little, keeping the hair in place but letting you fall asleep with ease. I decided to give these a couple of goes. Being a complete noob, it took me a couple of goes before I got the placement of the rollers correct. They do say you don't need any clips to hold these rollers in but to be honest I did. I simply slid some kirby grips between the foam middle section and outside roller part to secure them in place. I know for sure that I didn't do this they wouldn't have stayed in place. Something I feel you should be aware of if you decide to purchase them. We all know how our kirby grips can just vanish off the face of the earth! So make sure you have a bundle close by to secure the rollers in.

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Once in, the Laurens Way Dream Rollers felt okay. They didn't feel too loose, however I was yet to actually go asleep in them! This was what I was a bit worried about, Being someone who just brushes through their hair and hops into bed I wondered how comfortable I would be with these rollers surrounding my head! I was hoping for good things...

Unfortunately, I lasted an hour in bed. Now it could be because I am not used to having them in, or perhaps I should have only used a couple of rollers around my crown to provide some oomph but boy, they weren't comfortable. Yes, the rollers do squish down a bit when you lie down and rest your head on the pillow. But you can feel them (and my extra kirby grips to keep them in place) and it just meant I couldn't get to sleep and they gave me a bit of a headache. :-( Not what I wanted, so I had to take them out.
I tried them a few more times but the same thing happened. I couldn't fall asleep and ended up removing them. I was a bit dissapointed as I had read reviews from other bloggers stating they could go to sleep and wake up with beautiful locks. But I guess the dream rollers weren't for me. I didn't want them to go to waste though, If I couldn't sleep in them I at least wanted to try them as 'day time rollers' to see if they do work at volumising the hair without the heat. This they do do. Putting them in slightly damp hair and leaving them for a few hours provides plenty of volume which I do love! They do pull a bit when you remove them, but nothing too painful, what do you expect, your hair is attached to velcro! Of course it will tug a little, but they provided me with a bit of oomph in my hair which I was happy with!

I'm really gutted that I couldn't get these to work for me as sleep rollers, if anyone has any suggestions on what I can try, to possibly use them to their full potential overnight then please leave any tips in the comments. Overall I am glad I got the opportunity to try them, and on the plus side I have now found an alternative to using heated rollers on my hair. Which my locks are thankful for!


Have you tried Lauren's Way Dream Rollers? What did you think?

Much Love,


14 comments:

  1. I have these and they really are terrible to sleep in, as are all sleep in rollers. I just use them during the day instead but it would be so much more convenient if you actually could sleep in them :/


    Gem x
    http://www.gemmameansjewel.com

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  2. You look so cute with them in! I've never tried them, but they look a great alternative to my ghds, and the curls must be so nice!

    http://alittlebitunique.blogspot.co.uk/

    x

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  3. They seem great.. I really want to try rollers :)

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  4. I think i'd be the same, don't think I could sleep in rollers! x

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  5. I have sleep in rollers but have only used them once as they were so uncomfortable! Xx

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  6. these are a great concept, although I think I would have the same problem trying to sleep in them!! it cant be the most comfortable thing to have stuck in your head at night xx

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  7. I've never tried these sleep rollers but I was intrigued by the Sleep-in Rollers. Until I read many complaints about how uncomfortable they are to sleep in.
    Thanks for your review tho! xx

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  8. I am the same, I have always wanted to try hair rollers but wasn't quite sure how to properly apply them. This sounded like a great concept but it's disappointing to read that they were not comfortable to sleep in. At least you can use them as day rollers. :)

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  9. Never used hot rollers before, but I am sure the curl looks lovely!x

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  10. I'd probably be the same - I can't imagine how they'd be comfortable in your hair while you're sleeping! At least there's heat styling tools to save the day :)

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  11. I never tried hot rollers before. I wish you showed us the result ! :)

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  12. recently I bought some soft rollers my mum used to wear in bed (& me sometimes) and I am quite amazed they are still the better ones out there. The only thing is that they are smaller, which makes sleeping easier but also the curl tighter: that's no problem with my superstraight, curl-defying hair as with will become a wave after all. They are something like this http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Free-Shipping-Wholesale-Pink-140-pcs-Hair-Salon-Medium-Soft-Foam-Hair-Sponge-Rollers-Curlers-Design/504875664.html


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  13. I had the same problem with these! impossible to sleep in!!

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