I’ve had so many questions about Curlformers – so I’ve put together a Q&A session about them below:
Where can I buy them? Any Sally’s Beauty Supply Store or online at Sallybeauty.com (for a direct link to a page w/the curlers on it go HERE There are over 2400 stores nationwide – and for a list of locations you can go to their website, or on Curlformers.com there is a spreadsheet you can download that lists them all. Although Sally’s is also in other places besides the USA & Canada – right now, those are the only places Curlformers are currently sold. But my contact at Curlformers said starting in November, they should be available to Europe online at Curlformers.com.
Can I buy them anywhere else? Nope. (I bet Jeremy is wishing he’d read this before today! LOL) Sally’s supported these from day one when they were new on the market, so for now they have exclusive rights to them. Understandably so.
I had a few commenters tell me that they were told by Sally’s that they can’t buy them there — if you could please e-mail me and let me know what location that was at. My contact at Curlformers is concerned and would like to help with that.
If you are wanting the big kit that was given away on my blog – it too will be available in November.
*** UPDATED *** Sorry for a bit of mis-information- but the Curlformer Styling Kit that I gave away will only be available online @ Curlformers.com after November 1st. At Sally’s stores, they will continue to carry the “starter packs” & “salon kit” though. Just the big styling kit like you saw on my blog you’ll have to purchase online through Curlformers site.
One hint about Sally’s — they have a Beauty Club Card. It’s pretty cool because it’s for those of us who aren’t professionals – yet they still give us discounts w/this card. I just recently got one. It costs $5 and is good for 1 year (it’s not a credit card.) But it gets you discounts on everything you buy so you totally earn your $5 in no time. Read more about it HERE. You can get these cards in their stores or online and if you sign up for their e-mails you get discounts that way too. – on everything beauty related. If you use your card to buy the curlers you save $1/package. And in today’s economy – every $ helps, right?
Ok, I think that’s all. And just as a disclaimer, I’m giving you all this info just because. I’m not affiliated w/Curlformers or Sally’s. I just love them both! 🙂
And as a reminder – if you don’t know what in the heck Curlformers can do — go see me 1st post when I used them for the first time HERE
But just as a quick curl review –
Almost a year ago I did Bug’s hair in our pink spongy rollers. I was so excited to do some hairdo w/the curls they produced. Well, you never saw the ‘do because I was too embarrassed by the way the curls turned out. She looked like she had this huge fuzzy head of curls – I’m still too embarrassed to show you a view from the front – plus she was pulling silly faces so that made it worse! She knew she looked frizzy and crazy! But here’s one of the very few pictures I took on that day. It may not look bad, but it really was. I remember that by the end of the day the curls had relaxed enough that she looked half way decent – and that was because she’d played outside in the wind and the curls had been blown out!
I got these from doing THIS – I don’t think they turned out too bad … surely better than the sponge curlers though.
But by far — these are my fav’s. Curlformers rock my world baby! 😉 So there’s a nice view of what different types of curling can get you!
Anywho …. Thanks again to everyone who entered – and who now follow me. Hopefully you’ll stick around! It was tons of fun. Thanks for reading another long post that has no hair tutorial in it! LOL I hope to get another one up before the end of the week. It’s fall recess though so the girls will be home – so cross your fingers for me!