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jwlover4ev asked:

16 Mar 2010

Curling iron suggestions?

I'm thinking of buying a ceramic curling iron. My hair is EXTREMELY hard to curl. With my old metal curling iron it took me 2 minutes on the highest setting with the turbo on to get it to curl. By then my hair smelled like I was at a campfire and fell out almost immediatly. Any suggestions? Have a favorite iron? Tell me!



ashleyxangelbite says:

Posted on 16 Mar 2010

Instad of a curling iron use a flat iron or straightener.. My hair almost never curls ut when i use my flat iron it will curl and actually stay all day.. I use an andis ceramicmultiheat flat iron.. look up some tutorials on youtube to help you learn the method.. Hope i helped(:


ahroarah says:

Posted on 16 Mar 2010

a smoothing iron won't usually get you the same curls as a curling iron... but if you want more loose curls, and not so much tight curls, go for that.

i am a hairstylist, and i just have a ceramic curling iron, it works with almost any hair. tip: try using spray wax in your hair (just a little!) before curling. it helps it stay. then spray a freezing spray in your hair afterwards.

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