Velma Hutchinson Curling Iron December 05th, 2017 - 12:10:33
The question then is;how do you produce curls with these device? To create spiral curls, these devices use high heat and a thin barrel. A thin tong is used to firmly grip the end of a lock of hair. The rest of the hair is then wrapped around the iron to create the curls. One of the best things about Farouk chi spiral curling irons is that they are portable and lightweight. In fact, you can carry it with you when you travel. These contraptions follow strict features. The diameter of the iron is very important. They should be no more than an inch because if they are, they will not be able to produce spiral curls. The barrel should also be elongated in order to allow the hair to be spread out. These irons have different heat settings and are normally powered by electricity.
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 Tools has created one of the most advanced, high quality and professional curling iron on the market the Marcel for salon professionals and the spring loaded for the average consumer. The Marcel iron is perfect for the salon professional because it allows you to curl hair fast and consistent. It heats up extremely fast, features heat four times more powerful then the average iron and it maintains the heat evenly. Hot tool also has a spring loaded 5/8" iron is easy to use and is perfect for the average consumer. Features include patented pulse auto heat control for high heat, constant heat, gold-plated barrel, touch guard protector for easier handling close to the neck or face, and built-in rheostat control.
Through time there have been many methods devised to curl hair and to keep the curl in place. For example, in 1906 Charles L. Nessler, a German hairdresser working in London, applied a borax paste and curled hair with an iron to produce the first permanent waves. This costly process took twelve hours. Eight years later, Eugene Sutter adapted the method by creating a dryer containing twenty heaters to do the job of waving more efficiently. Sutter was followed by Gaston Boudou, who modified Sutters dryer and invented an automatic roller. By 1920, Rambaud, a Paris beautician, had perfected a system of curling and drying permed hair for softer, looser curls by using an electric hot-air dryer, an innovation of the period made by the Racine Universal Motor Company of Racine, Wisconsin. A significant breakthrough came in 1945, when French chemist Eugene Schueller of LOréal laboratories combined the action of thioglycolic acid with hydrogen peroxide to produce the first cold permanent wave, which was cheaper and faster than the earlier hot processes. To control the amount of curl, varying diameter of rods were used for rolling. Technology to hold hair in place was advanced in 1960 when LOréal laboratories introduced a polymer hair spray to serve as an invisible net.