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Caruso Professional ProSet Steam Hairsetter
Sally Item # SBS-561030
- Online Price: $48.99
- Beauty Club Card $43.99
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Available In Sally Stores
- Exclusive Molecular Steam Haircare System - No salt required!
- Includes 30 soft foam rollers in assorted sizes
- Non damaging steam conditions as it curls
- Creates perfect spiral curls & waves
- Set curls in 5-10 minutes
The Caruso SalonPro 30 Molecular Steam Hairsetter uses a revolutionary steam process to deliver long lasting voluminous curls while keeping hair shiny and static-free. The SalonPro features 30 rollers in 4 assorted sizes provide complete styling versatility for creating any of today's hair styles, and non-damaging steam conditions the hair as it locks in curls. Because there is no damaging heat, you can use the Caruso SalonPro Steam hairsetter as often as you like.
Great for all hair types, and will help you create healthy, strong, beautiful curls with added body and shine. Achieves the 30 second curl™ by blow drying hair first to evaporate moisture
The Soft foam rollers are infused with gentle steamed moisture. Hair is then wrapped on the infused roller and covered with a shield. The Patented roller and shield design creates even moisture penetration and allows airflow for quick evaporation, or speed the process with a hair dryer. Gentle moisture penetrates the hair's molecular core allowing it to relax and bend. As moisture evaporates, hair is set in curled position. The molecular hold is so strong, it can only be released by shampooing.
Creates perfect spiral curls & waves and curls last for days.
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Great once you learn how to use it This is my second purchase of the steam setter, the first being back in the 90's when it first came out, and I used that for years until it finally wore out. But I forgot how to use it! There is a learning curve with this product as it does not, nor is it meant to, perform like regular hot rollers. My hair is cut in 10-12 in. layers and is thick. I first used it by placing the rollers (large size) at the end of my hair and winding to the scalp using a lot of tension. This resulted in tight curls at the ends only, about 2 in., and quite a bit of frizz after brushing out with a vent brush. I was disappointed, but kept experimenting. After some trial and error, what works best for me is to take large sections, place the roller one half to one third down towards the ends and wrap the hair around the roller with medium tension, tuck the ends in, and roll the rest of the way to the scalp. I only use 10-11 rollers on my entire head, 3 on the top, rolling backward, 1 above each ear, rolling downward, 2 on each side, and 1 or 2 more in the back, let set 10 minutes. I find the more hair is in the roller, the more secure it is when the shield is clipped on. Sometimes I need a small clip to keep the roller secure, maybe for 2 or 3 rollers, on the right side of my head (maybe my hair is thinner on that side?). The brush used for the brush out makes a difference. I like 1940's vintage style waves, like Rita Hayworth or Lauren Bacall, not a head full of curls. I get good results with a large, round boar bristle brush, not a vent brush. For lots of volume, bend over and brush out thoroughly, my hair looks wild at this point, but it gives me the base needed to brush the waves into place. Sometimes I use large clips to form and hold an "S" wave into place between the crown and ear, and give it a good spray. This usually lasts through the day, weather permitting if I need to go outside. This set does not last until the next shampoo, as stated on the 1990's video, at least not in my experience. On me, there is still some slight wave the next day, after sleeping on it, but my hair is oily, so I usually wash it every morning, anyway. My only complaint is the price up here in Canada - almost 50% more than listed on the US website, but I'm getting used to that since moving up here from the states 2 years ago. Other than that I'm satisfied. Firm curls, or waves, quick to set, little to no damage to hair. December 10, 2014
still working after 20+ years I got one of the first Caruso sets available professionally. I paid almost 200$ for it "back in the day". I used it daily in my salon, I loved it for prom and wedding styles. My set came with enough rollers to do 2 people at a time. I loved it then and I love it now that I have retired. I still do my daughter's hair with it and use it on myself. I don't have a bad thing to say about it...Thanks for all the years Caruso! August 11, 2014
great product These are great curlers and not hard to use. My only problem is that the curls do not stay in past about 4-5 hours. Of course, I live in a more humid climate and my hair has gotten finer over the years. Since I like the look they give me initially, at least I can make a good first impression. ;-) PS: I purchased extra of the large curlers because my hair is long. This is not necessary because there are plenty in the kit. December 18, 2013
Amazing for styling I have relaxed hair and I ran out and bought these because i dont want to use the curling iron on my hair. I love this. I use this for daily styling and it does not damage my hair at all. The curl last all day even if you are using a large brush to brush them out. it gives my hair so much bounce and it is easy to put in. it takes me less than five minutes to put just a few in and way before im done with my makeup it is ready. I am so glad i bought these. I actually think this option is better than the curling iron. November 4, 2013
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A:I don't think so…besides, I think you have to use the rollers it comes with. I have a set from "back in the day" as well and I love mine. MY problem is I can't find replacement foam sponges to go over the roller frames; guess I'll have to buy all new rollers. They are hollow and fit over the steam vent on the machine and have thin sponges, which is why I don't think it'll work with generic rollers. HTH!
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