Curlformers

Hi All,

I have medium to long length hair with 3b/3c texture. I've been reading up on Curlformers and have watched various YouTube videos. The results look great, given I want a more voluptuous curl (long & wide). Before dishing out the $70, I wanted to know if any here have tried these and whether it would really work on my hair.

I've attached two pictures, so you can get a sense of my hair type. Any suggestions would be helpful!! Thanks
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You could try using those foamy flexirod things from Sallys. Roughly $8 for a pack of 10. Way cheaper than curlformers.
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I have no idea whether the curlformers would work or not as I've never used them - but I just wanted to say you have gorgeous hair!
2c/3a, botticelli/wavy/'swavy (huh?)
fine, dense, normal porosity/elasticity, dry climate

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I have used both, I like the flexi rods better. Curlformers-uploadfromtaptalk1352815608123.jpgCurlformers-uploadfromtaptalk1352815690375.jpgsecond pic is with curlformers, first pic is with flexi rods and extensions.

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I have them. Used them a whopping ONCE and they have been collecting dust ever since.

They work. They're just meh though. Not worth the time it takes to put them in.

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