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Caruso Professional Roller Pack

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The secret to Caruso Steam Hairsetters is in the setting rollers. Available in 5 sizes for maximum styling versatility. 6-rollers pack each size.
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  • Helen Carr
    Replacement Foam
    Is replacement foam available? If so please provide order information. Thanks

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Trish
    Actual Size Of Curlers
    I am looking for electric hair rollers at least 2" in diameter. I had a 5 pack by conair that I LOVED but after many years - they were trashed. What is the actual size of the Jumbo rollers. Best I have been able to find is 1.5". thank you, Need them quick!

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Wanda Johnson
    Replacement Foam
    Is replacement foam available? If so please provide order information. ThanksWanda Johnson

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  • Dawn Weekman
    How Do You Use?
    I know this sounds stupid but how are these used? Do the rollers come with something used to heat them? Please explain. I want to order the petites but dont know if I need anything else to go along with them.

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Mary Wheeler
    How Do You Use These?
    Dont I need a base of some kind - I just wonder how these rollers work without some kind of system. If so, what is the name of the system and how do I order it and how much is it? I have never heard of Caruso Products. Obviously, I have missed a lot!

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    Jan 19, 2010
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    • Carolyn
      theres a whole unit that comes with a set of 30 of these rollers. You put water into the unit (that heats up the water) and you place a roller on a hole that lets out steam from the heating water. After anywhere from 5-15 secs u remove the roller and roll your hair. When your done rolling your hair leave the rollers in for a while (depends on the length and type of hair you have how long you keep it in) in order for your *already dry* hair to absorb the steam. When you take the rollers out you should have great results!

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      Feb 25, 2010
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