Lynda Richards Curling Iron December 17th, 2017 - 10:57:05
Even if you are blessed with curly hair, you can make it more defined and professional by styling it with a curling rod. Since women of today are all career oriented, they are looking for something that can be kept with them in their purse so that they can make use of it even when in their office. Travel curling irons are designed for the same purpose. It enables you to enhance your curls before an urgent business conference or a client appointment. Thus, it has become a convenient and handy tool for anyone to be used anytime.
Babyliss Pro Ceramic Tools Spring Hair Iron - 1" - Is excellent for creating smooth, soft and frizz free hair. The ceramic barrel works wonders on all hair types and even promotes shine. Some of the features included are 25 heat settings and up to 400F of Heat, Ceramic Barrel, Dual Voltage for Worldwide use, Instant Heat, 9 inch 360 Degree Swivel Cord and 1 year Manufacturer Warranty. Hot Tools Professional Spring Iron - Jumbo 1" - Is designed to fit the use of a professional stylists needs. This curling iron heats up quickly, maintains heat evenly, offers heat temperatures setting reaching up to 428F, has a heavy-duty tangle free swivel cord, fold away safety stand, 24K Gold Plated 1" Barrel, Powerful Spring Clamp and 1 year Manufacturers Guarantee.
One of the most important features of BaByliss Pro Nano Titanium and Ceramic is adjustable heat settings with heat setting, which in turn enables for its perfect usage on all types of hair. Equally worth mentioning is its simple, easy to use profile that is complete with extra long cool tip and innovative rim. Spring handles add to its benefits. Other prominent features of this curling rod are well positioned controls and temperature indicator. Further, this curling iron is available in four barrel sizes. Above all, BaByliss Pro Nano Titanium and Ceramic Curling Rod is backed by one year limited warranty.
We only have to look at carvings from the ancient world to see that people cared about the style of their hair and that a popular style involved creating curls. Babylonian and Assyrian men dyed their hair and square beards black and crimped and curled them with curling irons. Persian nobles also curled their hair and beards, quite often staining them. Egyptian nobles, men and women, cropped their hair close but later, for coolness and cleanliness in their hot climate, shaved their heads. On ceremonial occasions, for protection from the sun, they wore wigs. The wigs would be short and curly or long and full of curls or braids. The Science Museum has an example of curling tongs used by rich Egyptians to prepare their wigs.