Which Heated Rollers Are the Best?

  • 16th March 2017
Which Heated Rollers Are the Best

Curling hair is not always an easy task and it’s important to make sure that only the right tools are used. Selecting the best set of heated rollers however, requires you to be aware of the kind of curls you want, the amount of money you are ready to spend, safety features among other points. Within this guideline, we have listed down individual reviews of popular brands. Which heated rollers are the best? Be the judge.

Infiniti pro Instant Heat Ceramic Rollers

This package offers you 20 rollers that heat up in less than three minutes. So if you want bodacious curls without having to spend the whole night with rollers on your head, then this would certainly be a good find. The Infiniti Pro offers you twelve different temperature settings, making it super easy to achieve different hairstyles. You also get three different roller sizes for ultimate flexibility – 3/4 inch, 1 inch and 1 1/4 inch. Another bonus with this package is that you receive a bottle of Argan oil fusion with each order.

Pros​

  • Heat up fast
  • One hour auto shut-off
  • Retractable cord

Cons

  • Heavy rollers
  • The package is quite big, not ideal for travel

Remington T Ceramic Hot Rollers

Locking your beautiful long-lasting hairstyles never got easier than this. With Remington T hot rollers you can set your curls in a record 5 minutes. The short set time helps you minimize on chances of your hair frizzing or getting heat damaged. Each package offers you 20 rollers comprising two sizes – 1inch and 1 1/4 inches.

Pros​

  • Decent heat up time
  • Capable of taming difficult hair
  • Reasonably sized case, takes minimal counter space

Cons

  • Does not provide 3/4 inch curl size
  • Some of its clips may dent your hair

Babyliss pro Nano Hot Rollers, Titanium

Featuring 20 velvety flocked rollers in small (3/4 inch) medium (1 inch) and large size (1 1/4 inch), this high-end styling tool uses infrared heat to style your hair faster than the rest. With ultra-fast heat-up time, this professional-grade rollers are known for their exceptional heat conduction. Each package offers you 20 color-coded metal clips along with 20 butterfly clips, enough to make your curling easy.

Pros​

  • Ultra-fast heat up time
  • Takes minimal time to curl your hair
  • Minimal hair damage

Cons

  • Some roller clips tend to snag hair
  • Reports of some rollers failing to get hot enough at times
  • May leave dents in your hair

Paul Mitchell Neuro Cell Hot Roller, Premium

Paul Mitchell is certainly one of the brands to get excited about as far as hair products are concerned. This hot roller system follows in the footsteps of this great brand; providing you with industrial-grade components for rigorous quality control. Each package includes 6 medium sized rollers (1 inch rollers) and a host of customizable temperature settings.​

Pros​

  • Fast heat up time
  • Speedy styling times
  • Highly rated

Cons

  • Only offers 1 inch rollers
  • Quite pricy

Curls have be a no-fail hairstyling option for centuries. From Beyonce to Marie Antoinetter and from swooping hairstyles to tight ringlets, there is a lot in these styling tools for you to gain. But in order for that to happen, you first need to know which heated rollers are the best.