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Do spoolies really work? – Fab or bust 2020

I saw this product online a few years ago. I was wondering if they really work. Guess what? Today I will try them and share the results with you all!

To start this experiment, I ordered two different sizes of spools so I could test the tress with both sizes. I also decided to test for dry hair against damp hair. The package requires both methods to work. For this fab or failure, I have completely dry hair on the right side and damp hair on the left side. It took me about 15 minutes to roll all my hair in the curlers. I left the curlers for about 3 hours.

About the spoolies:

They’re made of silicone, which helps to hold your hair, but can be a bit painful if you take it out.
I realized that they came out about 15% of the time. That would definitely make it hard to sleep in it. I do not know how well they would last overnight. If you wanted to sleep on them, I would recommend wearing a bandana or a scarf to secure them in place.


On the dry hair side I have reached a nice soft beachy wave. I like the no-heat aspect.
On the damp hair side, I ended up with a tighter curl. It was very nice and great for “no heat”.
Final thoughts:

I think these would work best for medium or long hair. I’ll try Bailey and see how they work for shorter hair, but I can not give that result yet.

This was not a sponsored video! I bought these on Amazon and had no contact with spoolies. The results of this test are my personal opinion based on my study. My results may not be the same for everyone as there are so many different types of hair and factors.

In the end, I enter this “Fab and a, Fail”. Fab for the “No-Heat” Curl and Fail because of the difficulty to keep them in place. Not for the inconvenience in the distance and not for the price compared to the overall product. Try the Beauty Blue Spoolies (15 ct Jumbo): Try the Playful Pink Spoolies (24 ct Small):

Step by step instructions:

1- Take a small section of hair.
2. Put a spool on your head at the root of your hair part. (with the ventilated side up)
3. Wrap your hair around the middle of the spool. Continue to wrap until you are out of hair.
4. Fold down the top of your spoolie to secure.
5. Repeat this process until you have rolled all your hair.
6. If the hair is curled, remove curlers and spray with hair spray if desired.
7. The curl time depends on the desired curl. Dry hair takes less time than wet hair. 8. Ultimately, you want to leave them in your hair until your hair is completely dry when you start moist. Package instructions give you details and recommendations for the journey time.

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