Kaye Glover Curling Iron January 11th, 2018 - 10:06:35
Perhaps the most noteworthy of its features is its 100% ceramic plates that help to impart healthy as well as natural shine to your hair. Another prime feature of this hair iron is that it comes with variable heat settings up to 410 F, which in turn makes its usage perfect on all types of hair. This curling tool is also noted for its sleek ergonomic profile coupled with non-slip grip that helps for its easy as well as comfortable handling. Scratch resistant barrel, on / off switch with power indicator, and professional 360 degree swivel cord to prevent tangling are its other worth mentioning features. Made in Korea, KQC Swivel Professional Ceramic Curling Rod is backed by one year limited warranty.
Hot curlers are bit costly than the curling iron, but can achieve beautiful, enduring curls, in less then an hour. The hot rollers have wax which melts within 10 minutes, inside the metal page as the color changes. Then the curler is placed in the hair, as the wax cools down and the color changes back to the normal indicating that the curl has been set in about 10-20 minutes. It is advisory to use some hair spray or gel on the hair to retain the curls for a longer time. Hair must be washed a night before employing hot rollers, as sometimes clean hair tend to resist the curls. If you are using barrettes, bobby pins etc for styling your hair, it may require additional time. Both curling irons and hot rollers require adequate amount of time for heating up. However, hot curlers may require some extra time for the wax to melt completely. Hot curlers are considered best for curling the hair, but cannot be used for shaping the hair ends out or under. The change in the wax curler in the hot rollers indicates that the curls are completely set.
Curling irons can also be effective to create curls of different size in one strand of hair. Curls can be created in a number of ways. A diffuser can be used to create loose, bouncy curls. Curling irons can be used regularly without damaging the hair so long the hair is conditioned with thermal conditioners. In fact it is better to use a leave in conditioner to protect the hair from any kind of damage. Curling irons with various types of coatings are available in the market. Chrome-plated irons are quite popular as they suit all types of hair. Low heat should be used for fine, thin hair whereas slightly higher heat can be used for coarse to medium hair. Professional hairdressers use gold-plated barrels as it is a better conductor of heat. The latest contraption is the ceramic coated plates which offer value for money. They are more effective in providing uniform heat and are suitable for all types of hair.
Equally important is to use a curling tool with right barrel size. For instance, if you would like to have springy curls, then it is advisable to use a curling rod with a barrel weighing just.75 inch. This is also suitable for people with short as well as fine hair. Likewise, for natural curls, use a curling iron with one inch barrel. Further, it would be enough if you use a curling rod with barrel of 1.5 - 2 inches for creating cascading waves. For best results, use a curling rod with adjustable heat settings. This in turn would help to adjust the heat settings to suit the texture of your hair. Prior to curling your hair, prepare your hair by shampooing it and then use a heat protectant spray or gel on your damp hair. Then blow dry and divide your hair into small sections. The next step is to plug in the curling tool. When it reaches the desirable temperature, unclip a section of your hair to place it within the curling rod. Now glide down the curling tool starting from the scalp. When the iron reaches the tip of the hair, roll up and hold it for about ten seconds. Repeat the same procedures with all the other sections of your hair.