Should I invest in curling rods/rollers?

I always hated rolling up my hair at night. Such a tedious, time consuming task. Is it necessary as a natural? Do I have to roll up my hair every night in rollers?

Also, if you do, how many sections do you part your hair in and how many rollers do you use? What are some good rollers to buy? Curlformers? Flexirods?
TRANSITIONED: Since Dec 23, 2010 (I think...)
BC DATE: July 23, 2013 (about 31 months)
7/23/13 :: SL
1/9/14 :: CBL
5/13/14 :: APL

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  • triple_spiraltriple_spiral Posts: 249Registered Users
    I do not roll up my hair at night. That sounds really time consuming....also I have curlformers, and I know I could never sleep in them, too uncomfortable. If you're looking to stretch your hair for the night, it's probably easier to to some big twists. Personally I don't stretch or anything, just use a satin cap or scarf to avoid tangles, and that's it. No fuss. Wake up in the morning and fluff or sometimes rewet/style.

    4a?? Maybe 3c...some 4b??? No clue

    tiny s-waves, coils, and spirals

    - Cleanser: CJ Daily Fix or KC Come Clean
    - Co-wash: Suave Naturals or V05
    - RO: GVP Conditioning Balm or Tresemme Naturals
    -Stylers: Garnier Pure Clean Gel, CJ Aloe Fix, KCCC

    "I remember your childhood hair....flowin' wild at the county fair" - kelley stoltz

    "and all the hours that you've been sitting at your vanity....may they carry you far from your misery" - conor oberst

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