on Dec 24, 2008 @ 02:09 pm|
Can any of you recommend a really good hair curling iron? I know with i can curl with my straightener but it always takes me forever, and also i'm a lefty so the right side of my head looks nice and curled but the left side no matter what i do looks flat-ish (at least thats my excuse for not knowing how to do it properly!)
can anyone recommend a good hair curler? Preferably curling iron and not those granny type pin / bobble thingies.
Thank youuu!!! :-)
|BaByliss All the Way! on Dec 26, 2008 @ 07:20 pm|
I got a ceramic curling iron by BaByliss a couple of weeks ago and it is the best curling iron I have ever had. It came in a small barrel, medium barrel and a large barrel. I have long hair and decided on the medium barrel. I can make the curls tighter or a relaxed wave depending on how I wrap my locks around it. It's kept up nicely with the holiday season and I have been receiving many compliments on my 'do.
It heats up sooo fast and has a range 30 different heat settings so you can find the perfect temperature for you.
I had a BaByliss Hairdryer that my sister gave me for my birthday and I was so happy with it that I didn't think twice about this brand when my Conair curling iron died.
Anyways, good luck and I hope this helps.
|how long on Jan 01, 2009 @ 11:06 pm|
does the curls stay? and do you have to use hair product like hairspray to keep them good? thanks for ur response :)
What The Pros Do
|I second Babyliss on Jan 03, 2009 @ 06:08 pm|
I've been using one of their ceramic curling irons in my hair kit for shoots this past year and it hasnt let me down yet. They have different heat settings and heat up fast. The only down side is the wire isnt that long on most models but that should be fine if you are just using at home :)
On another note make sure you use a heat protection spray so as not to damage your hair and a good hairspray will help the curls hold.
|Toni & Guy on Jan 06, 2009 @ 05:30 pm|
Toni&Guy sell GREAT curling irons at Shoppers Drug Mart. They're salon quality so trust me, they'll curl your hair. Purchase one of those and team it up with Got2Be Voluptuous Hair Spray and it'll last you all day. In fact, my curls lasted me for a couple days.
|okay here's what i finally got.....*drum roll*... on Jan 18, 2009 @ 11:35 pm|
I was doing further research on baybliss and came across Hot Tools... after much reading and took a chance and went with this one:
I've not recieved it yet but once I do i'll post a review on it for sure :-)
One tip though girls, if any of you are interrested in Hot Tools and live in Toronto, go to Orfus Rd, there is a beauty supply outlet there (accross the street from Target) and they carry Hot Tools. They're selling this iron for $33 .... i paid almost $60 (price of iron, plus convert to CAD plus shipping&handling;which btw is not zero regardless of how much you buy!!)..... *sigh* .... i just hope this curler is worth it..
|Any good Hair Curlers?? on Jan 13, 2015 @ 02:31 pm|
|<3 on Aug 14, 2015 @ 05:29 pm|
|best curler on Aug 16, 2015 @ 08:58 am|
Babyliss or Tony and Guy
|Hot Tools on Aug 16, 2015 @ 10:00 pm|
Hot Tools makes extraordinary products and they aren't extremely pricey. Over the years I've had hair straighteners, curling irons, and blow dryers from them, never to be let down. They have tons of curling irons in a handful of different sizes, so I definitely recommend checking them out.
|ANY GOOD HAIR CURLERS?? on Sep 19, 2015 @ 05:31 pm|
I have not used curlers for years and when I did used hot rollers by #Sunbeam. Now I just use a really good ceramic curling iron. It works great.