Spiroll Heated Rollers

The Spiroll Heated Rollers – Spiroll Curling Cones are a new type of roller designed to give a more diversified curl than a traditional roller.

The rollers coupled with the specially designed snap-on clips can also generate a much larger variety of curl types, depending on how you wind your roller in. View video instructions for different applications.

Application time is faster than irons. Average application is fifteen minutes, and while they cool, you have plenty of time to do your make-up. Afterwards, simply remove the rollers and interchangeable clips and style as you like.

Spiroll can be used on any length hair, as long as you can wrap hair around the roller one and a half times.

Allow ten minutes for the set to warm, open the case and leave one side down, take the clip off, wind the roller in, and then re-apply the clip just by pushing it on. If the roller is too hot just wait one minute after lowering the sides. To give more bounce apply hair spray on the hair first.

Use on dry, clean hair only.

Early Development

The Spiroll curling cone was designed and developed by Australian hairdresser Janis Eagle when she couldn’t find a curling product to produce the effect she wanted.

Aiming for natural-looking curls, Janis hit upon the idea of a cone-shaped curler, so curls would be of differing size and shape, like naturally curly hair.

She soon realised she had more than she’d first thought. The cone shape could produce a soft, small curl near the roots of the hair and then escalate into large, curlier curls on the ends. Likewise, the cone could produce big, fat curls at the root of the hair, tapering into smaller curls at the ends. In fact, Janis discovered she could produce a multitude of styles and effects.

Finally – natural-looking curls

The curls looked great, but only lasted as long as a traditional heated roller or curling iron, not something she wanted. It was then she came up with the idea of an enclosed clip. This clip did what traditional heated rollers, curling irons and GHD could not do. They sealed the hair within the curling cone, allowing it to stay warm enough to set the curl, and then cool it down so it kept the curl.

No hair damage

All hairdressers know that strong heat damages hair, but by enclosing the hair around the cone, and allowing it to cool naturally, less heat was required, so hair was never stressed or dried out.
Finally, Janis and her team researched further and came up with a soft, velvet-like surface for the hair to be wound round the Spiroll. This produced shinier, undamaged, softer, more natural-looking curls