BaByliss Pro 20 Piece Heated Roller Set Review
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This is like the little cousin of the 30 piece set. It would seem that BaByliss takes note of their customers opinions and makes the improvements, most importantly the new heating system. The rollers are now ready to be used within 5 minutes. The 20 piece set comes with 10 super clips and 20 metal pins. They have also added a heat dot ready which big cousin doesn’t have.
It’s 20 heated rollers are broken down into 8 jumbos, 6 large and 6 medium, still plenty to achieve your look and still with a variety of sizes depending on the style you want to achieve.
These rollers are infused with ceramic so not only will it take just 5 minutes to heat up but it will also assist those who suffer from that frizzy look. This means that your curls will last for longer too.
The heat dot indicating when the rollers are ready is useful as the larger set on has a light to indicate that they are heating, not to tell you when they are ready.
Overall, we give this set a huge thumbs up! This is also due to its rather lower price. There are still ample rollers to suit all varieties of hair with some people only needing one size. What is impressive is the number of people who have replaced their 70s Carmen rollers with this Babyliss set. Not only is Babyliss maintaining their customer loyalty, but also increasing it.
The clips had previously caused problems but not now, and there are also packs to buy if needed.
The only negative we can find is that the indicator light doesn’t always function as it should, which is a shame as although not crucial it really is helpful.
This is a perfect set for the home, particularly as the price is less than the 30 piece set. It is just right the those who want the professional look without spending professional prices.
It is simple to use and it doesn’t take a lot of time from the minute you switch it on to the minute you finish. Just watch out for the storage box, the folding arm lets you set it upright but it is easy for all the bits to fall out.