Brush rollers under the dryer
This is a classic 1960s "Under the Dryer" picture. She is in brush rollers and secured with piks, so the rollers are probably quite tight. Anyone who sets their hair this way knows the rollers tighten as the hair drys, so the rollers should be set only moderately tightly at the beginning. If curlers are set properly, rollers under the dryer is a relaxing and enjoyable experience.
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Foto: Sergio Areiza Maquillaje: Luisa Puerta Peinado: Carolina Lebrun Styling: Carolina Lebrun y Luisa Puerta Modelos: Mariana Fernandez y Daniela Hoyos Asistente de fotografía: Dago Revelo Asistente de arte: Yuliet Peña Agradecimientos: Alado
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Beautiful set under the dryer
Actually this was for a clothing add with the caption" you don't have to suffer to be beautiful". To bad that it gives a negative impression of being under the dryer, when it really can be such a nice experience. The set in this picture looks very well done, brush rollers secured neatly with roller piks. Well done sets like this always seem to feel nice.
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