I've been on this curling my hair with either a curling iron or hot rollers kick lately. Im weird like that, ill go through phases where i want to straighten it pin straight then i'll get tired of that and buy all different sets of hot rollers or curling irons. I haven't went all out and bought the $100 curling irons yet, bc i just cant afford that. However, i did buy  Conair's Infinti 1" curling iron. I think it was $29.99. Its actually a good curling iron, but before that i bought some cheap ones, for example, Revlon's ceramic 1" 1/2 curling iron. It was only $9.99 at walgreens (i should have know better) but what can I say im a makeup/beauty junkie..lol.  Anyway, dont waste your $10 on it, it claims to heat up in 30 seconds and has up to 30 different heat settings, well it might heat up in 30 seconds but its not hot enough to hold a curl (no matter how long you keep it on for) and honestly I dont think the different heat settings make a difference. So yea, thats my review on that curling iron. Im sure you can tell how I feel about it. As for my conair infinite curling iron, (compared to the Revlon) i love it. It has only 4 different heat settings and each one of them are hot enough to burn your fingers if your not careful. You dont have to keep the curling iron in longer than 10 seconds to get a gorgeous curl. 

So the point of this blog is to let you guys know about my experience with curling irons, also has anyone ever used or bought the 3 barrel wavers? I think Revlon, Hot Tools (Gold n Hot), Vidal Sassoon (and a few others) make them. I bought one last  summer, their okay. It gives you more of a crimped look then a wave look. I also wanna know what curling irons you guys use and which ones are worth buying. Ive been looking at the 'spring curling iron by Helen of Troy (Gold Series). I watched a few youtube videos on them and they sell them for about $30 to $35 at Sally's Beauty Supply. They look pretty good. Anyone with any suggestions on good curling irons or any input would be awesome!!!  


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My hair is naturally wavy, though the wave is never consistent.  I often use the ceramic 1 1/2 inch barrel curling iron from Revlon. I think it was 20 bucks or something. It works great, heats up fast. Though the iron is starting to feel a little loose, but I've had it for two years and it works well so I can't complain too much.  

by TracyTB 3 years, 2 months ago Report as inappropriate | Remove Comment

i wish i had the option of curling my hair! my hair is INSANELY curly and i never have to fix it with a curling iron. I just use Garnier Wonder Waves Spray and when i straighten it i use the Garnier Triple Nutrition Spray. But of course there is my old curling iron under the sink[lol] i think it is Revlon, but i really dont know because i dont curl my hair:)

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