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  • Barbara Cata-Healy

    Pink sponge hair rollers, I remember sleeping on these Saturday nights so my hair would be curly on Sunday. So uncomfortable!

  • Lisa Wormell-Tate

    Every saturday night my mom would roll our hair in this adorable pink spong curler. Getting ready for church the next day. Such sweet memories of our locks : )

  • Jessie Reimer

    I still remember feeling so pretty having curly hair. Sometimes I still want to sleep with foam curlers in!

  • Bethany Orange

    Pink Sponge Hair Rollers. You can get these at Sally Beauty Supply. You get 12 in a pack for a little under $3. We also have the black foam rollers and now we have some that are wrapped in satin.

  • Brooke Gage

    Every Saturday night. Great childhood memories ;)

  • Jennifer Taylor

    Pink Sponge Rollers. I have naturally curly hair. So why my mom put these in my hair EVERY Saturday night I have no idea.

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