8 Best Curling Irons -- and the 3 Worst
Don't fry your hair trying to get perfect spirals, instead find the right tool for you
Why: Readers were less than enthusiastic about this curling iron, describing it as "not that great" and "not the best, but it's okay." They also report that this curling iron "doesn't get hot enough," so they have to "do it a few times to get it curly" -- and we'll be the first to tell you, all that heat damage isn't good for your hair! And even if you do manage to curl your hair with this poorly-rated iron, readers report that they will fall out by mid-day.
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