Conair CD117 Infiniti You Curl Tourmaline Ceramic Curling Iron, Red
Dec. 17, 2010
-- I have medium/long straight hair, and I have tried to accomplish curls (or at least waves) for YEARS devoid of luck. I can't seem to figure out hot rollers in order to save my life, and I always get weird kinks in my hair once i try using regular curling irons. Plus, that just gives me tight "Shirley Temple" curls which isn't really the look I want. Recently, my boyfriend suggested we start wearing my hair curly, so I looked online for cheap get waves with a curling iron since I can't figure it out apparently. I found a suggestion that wrapping your hair about the barrel might work better, so I went to the store looking for a curling iron since I no extended owned one. Then I saw this just one, and even though I am a out of cash college student, I impulsively decided to drop the 40 bucks on this since it got what I was looking for. I AM SO HAPPY I AQUIRED THIS. I get the prettiest, softest wavy hair with this curling iron. It's actually really easy make use of, and the more I use it, the higher quality I get at it. You could definitely get really cute tighter curls keeping this too, but I choose to use larger chunks to acquire a wavy look. I have seen people suggesting that you just use a heat glove, but I'm good without one. I suppose it would help if you'd like the curls to go all the method to the end of your hair, though. Another thing I like about this iron is the fact you start curling your hair closer to the scalp so you get lots of volume. The curls let out a little 24 hours a day, but I think they look even better after they relax a bit. I would (and currently have to several people) suggest this curling iron bars!!!
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