10 Best Velcro Rollers & Hair Setters for Effortlessly Voluminous Hair

'90s-inspired looks are coming back in full force, but honestly, did grunge looks or voluminous blowouts ever really go out of style? Speaking of the latter, big, bouncy hair has become one of the biggest trends taking over TikTok, with #90sblowout currently at 188 million views. There's an endless amount of hair tools you can sift through to create this look, but none quite nail the volumized aesthetic as well as the best velcro rollers and heated hair rollers on the market.

Whether you're looking for a heatless option to set hair overnight or a heated ceramic roller to create the look in minutes, these curling options have been a key to effortless bombshell curls for decades. As you may have seen on your TikTok For You Page, you can simply roll sections of your hair with these nifty curlers and let them sit overnight, but the hairstylist-approved way to use them is in tandem with your blow-dryer.

The first step, according to Los Angeles-based hairstylist Glenn Ellis, is to rough-dry your hair. Then, you can create sections to blow out with a round brush as usual, but before moving on to the next section, wrap your hair immediately after blow-drying with a velcro roller to set the curl. "The key is to get the section nice and hot before rolling it in the roller," he says. (Just make sure you're using a heat protectant to prevent damage.) "I also recommend really making sure your ends are wrapping around the roller to ensure a polished look and doing the top sections away from your face for more volume."

Utah-based hairstylist Jessica Page also recommends using light tension to hold the hair straight and then rolling it from the tips to as close to the roots as you can get. "This creates the most volume," she says. Once your hair has cooled down, unravel each section to reveal your smoothest, most voluminous blowout yet. As a final touch, Page recommends setting your full-body curls with any flexible hairspray of your choosing.

Ready to roll? Below, we found the very best velcro rollers and heated roller sets to define and volumize your hair.

Conair Voluminous Curls Self-Grip Rollers

$9.00, Amazon

Afanso Jumbo Rollers

$17.00, Amazon

Ellis says that the beauty of the Conair Voluminous Curls Self-Grip Rollers is that this 31-piece set features a variety of sizes for any and all hair lengths and thicknesses, which is why he says this is his go-to set at his salon. It's also worth mentioning that these rollers self-grip onto each section of hair, so no bobby pins are required.

If you love sizing options, Ellis says the 42-piece Afanso Jumbo Rollers set has everything you need to get started. "This pack is great because it has a huge assortment of sizes, and it comes with clips," he says. "It's perfect for beginners since it has a ton of rollers, so you don't have to worry about running out."

Drybar High Tops Self-Grip Rollers

$12.00, Amazon

Kitsch Ceramic Thermal Hair Rollers

$14.00, Ulta Beauty

Reach new, voluminous heights with your hair with the Drybar High Tops Self-Grip Rollers. As its name suggests, each velcro hair roller in this six-piece set is guaranteed to grip on its own until it's time to take them down. This set also features two sizes: three medium and three large rollers — while there's no word on their exact measurements, the largest size can be used on three-inch sections.

Kitsch's Ceramic Thermal Hair Rollers combine the grip of velcro with the hair-smoothing abilities of ceramic, which is why Page is a major fan of them. This set features eight ceramic-coated self-grip hair rollers that come in three sizes ranging from 1.5 to 2.25 inches.

BaBylissPro Nano Titanium 20 Roller Hairsetter

$75.00, Amazon

Fromm ProVolume Ceramic x Ionic Hair Rollers

$8.00, Amazon

Bouncy curls are right this way, thanks to BaBylissPro's Nano Titanium 20 Roller Hairsetter. These heated hair rollers utilize the brand's nano titanium technology to reduce styling time, while its velvet-textured coating protects hair from incurring heat damage. This 20-roller set contains rollers ranging from .75 to 1.25 inches in width and 20 metal clips to secure them in place.

Page is also a fan of the Fromm ProVolume Ceramic x Ionic Hair Rollers partially because of its affordable, under-$10 price tag. Each set comes with two 2.5-inch velcro rollers, a size she says is ideal for creating big, full hairstyles. These nifty rollers also feature a ceramic core that gently heats up when used alongside your go-to blow-dryer.

T3 Volumizing Hot Rollers Luxe

$140.00, Amazon

Hot Tools Velcro Self Holding Rollers

$11.00, Amazon

What makes T3's Volumizing Hot Rollers Luxe so special (and worth its splurgier price tag) is that it features two heat settings, so an array of hair types can comfortably use them. Every roller — which comes in either 1.5 or 1.75 inches —  in this eight-piece set is lined with plush velvet to minimize breakage and tangles and holds heat for up to 20 minutes at a time.

Once you grab the Hot Tools Velcro Self-Holding Rollers set, you'll toss away your curling wands and bobby pins for good. As its name suggests, these velcro rollers are self-gripping, so there's no need for pins and clips. Plus,  this 14-piece kit has one of the most impressive size ranges out there: you can use the 0.75-inch rollers for bangs and finer sections of hair while or the ultra-large 2.25-inch rollers for bigger chunks. And, don't worry, there are also 1.5- and 1.75-inch options to cover everything in between.

Goody Start Style Finish Self-Holding Hair Roller

$11.00, Target

Remington Ionic Conditioning Hair Rollers

$21.00, Amazon

31 self-gripping rollers for bouncier hairstyles overnight? Sign us up for the Goody Start Style Finish Self-Holding Hair Roller set, stat. This multipack features five different velcro roller sizes to create soft waves and ringlets alike, plus, it comes with a carrying case to organize your stash.

Trying to find a heated roller option that's under $25? Look no further than Remington's Ionic Conditioning Hair Rollers. Each set comes with 20 rollers with sizes ranging from .75 to 1.25 inches, along with a heating case and three dent-minimizing hair clips. But what truly makes these rollers special is their thermal wax core, which allows them to retain heat for longer — therefore setting your style with more definition. It's also worth noting that these rollers feature cool-touch ends, so don't worry about burning your fingers.

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