Hey Ya’ll! Kelsey from Chasing Cinderella Blog here and I’m excited to partner with Remington® to show you that a hair setter isn’t just what your grandma uses to curl her hair, but a quick an easy way to get your everyday curls in under 5 minutes! Remington sent me the T|Studio™ Thermaluxe™ Hair Setter and I was paid for this post. 


I’m not going to lie to you, when I was first approached about the hair setter; I was a little bit confused. Those things still existed?! But I am always looking for new ways to curl my hair, so I thought, “why not?” and had Remington send me the hair setter. I was so impressed by the space-saving design that I knew I had made a great choice by trying out this setter!


The T Studio Thermaluxe Setter comes with 20 clips and rollers in two sizes, 12 large (1 ¼”) and 8 medium (1”) rollers, making it easy to quickly create a head full of beautiful curls. With a 90-second heat-up time, the dual heating technology heats up the curls from the inside and outside, allowing maximum heat transfer onto the hair, allowing your curls to set faster and hold longer. You can curl your whole head in 5 minutes, rather than the 20 minutes it can take with other tools. 



Applying the rollers is super easy, and takes no time at all! First, you need to section your hair and run a brush through it to ensure you have no tangles. Then you roll your hair as you usually would, in the direction of your desired style. Once the roller is against your head, use the clip and clip the roller in place. Continue this process until your entire head is set. Depending on the type of curls you going for, determine how long you will keep the rollers in your hair. The longer you keep the rollers in, the tighter your girl will be. I went for a loose/wavy curl, so I kept the roller in for only a few minutes, but the rollers will remain actively curling for approximately 15 minutes. Warning: you will look like your grandma when your hair is full of rollers!



Once your rollers have been in place for as long as you would like, it’s time to take them out! To release the roller, remove each clip and roller gently. Once you unwind each roller, let each new curl spring back into position and cool for a moment. I then like to brush out my curls so they look a little more natural. Then spray a little bit of hair spray and you’re good to go!



There you have it—curling your hair made 100% easier! Thanks so much for reading! 

Xo Kelsey, www.chasingcinderellablog.com