Toni & Guy Extreme Volume Heated Rollers | Review & Giveaway

Wednesday, 18 March 2015






Hello Beauties! If you've been reading my blog recently then you'll have seen a post I published last week all about the look I had recreated from LFW using the Toni & Guy Extreme Volume Heated Rollers. As a lot of you commented on the post saying you liked the look, I thought I would pop up a full review of the rollers to give you all a bit more information, and Toni & Guy have kindly given me a set to give away to one of your lucky readers, which I'll go into more detail on at the end of the post. Anyway, on to the review...

The Extreme Volume Heated Rollers set includes 10 rollers - 4 large ones and 6 medium ones, however you can also purchase an additional 4 rollers, which I did find useful as although my hair isn't that long at the moment, it's still pretty thick and there's a lot of it, so having the extra rollers definitely came in handy. The rollers come encased in a small, sleek plastic case, with a clear lid so you can see the rollers. The set is surprisingly easy to use, when I was reading about them I thought I'd be sat around waiting forever for them to heat up, but you simply close the lid, flick a switch and then the rollers are heated up within 2 minutes - easy peasy! The rollers basically sit on metal rods in the case, which then heat up therefore heating the rollers up. Once the rollers have heated up, you can open the lid and begin using them. You do have to be a little bit careful as obviously they are hot, but they aren't so hot that you'll burn yourself, as long as you're careful. 

Each of the rollers are encased in a velvet material which not only protects your hair, but also helps you to pick the rollers up without hurting yourself, and each roller also has a clip around it, so that you can easily secure the rollers in place. The medium rollers are 25mm and the larger rollers are 38mm, which Toni & Guy recommend you use at the roots of your hair for extra volume and umph. If you're familiar with using rollers then you'll find these ones a doddle, but if you aren't Toni and Guy have created a short video which explains how to use the rollers, which I did find useful when testing them, as I'm not the best when it comes to hairstyling! 

Overall, I really like these rollers and they've been making a regular occurrence in my hair routine, as I like to use them to give my hair a bit of lift and bounce. I just pop them into my hair then leave them in for about 30 mins, which gives me time to do my make up while I'm waiting, then I just take them out, run my ringers through my hair a bit to loosen the curls and I'm good to go, and they definitely beat a painful nights sleep wearing sleep in rollers! Toni & Guy also have a great collection of other hair styling tools at affordable prices, which you can view here

Now, onto the exciting part...the giveaway! If you'd like to win yourself a set, then all you have to do is fill out the Rafflecopter form below - good luck! 

Lots of Love,

Becky x x



10 comments:

  1. These sound great Becky! I was think about buying these or a BaByliss Curl Secret - Limited Edition? Have you tried curling tongs? My hair very is long and straight. I usually wear it straight or curl with my GHDs but want to try something different x

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    1. I have tried curling tongs (I currently use the Nicky Clarke Diamond ones!) and I do like both ways of curling my hair, but these definitely give a lot more volume :) xx

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    2. Thanks Rebecca. I have read mixed reviews about the BaByliss Curls Secret tongs and your rollers review sounds convincing! If I don't win them I think I might ask my parents to buy me a set for my birthday next month! :)

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  2. I love the sound of these, do you think they work just as well on short as long? my hair is about shoulder length now and I know you got yours cut and mine always seems SO flat so it definitely needs some volume xxx




    Blonde Of Carbs

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    1. I tried it on both my long and short hair and they definitely work on both, but in different ways. On my long hair it created more of a curly look, whereas on my short hair it was more of a big bouncy look but a lot less curly if you know what I mean! xx

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  3. Been wanting to try curling my hair for so long but have been so frustrated in the past as it usually doesn't hold or just looks a mess (I have really thick hair) These sound so easy to use! :) x

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  4. These sound lovely and I usually use foam rollers but I think I should try some heated rollers. Lovely review Becky!

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  5. Amazing giveaway :) I never tried rollers before so I'd love to win these so I can play with them.

    Creepers & Cupcakes

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  6. oh yes please i would love to win this looks amazing

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  7. This would be great to try - thank you so much, am also following you on Bloglovin as I spend a lot of time on there.

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