Elnora Wooten Curling Iron January 05th, 2018 - 07:34:35
A curling iron is as popular as a hair straightener or flat iron. In fact, it is used by a number of women to create luscious, sexy curls and that too within the comforts of the home. But, a curling tool give the expected results only if it is attached with top end features and made using a blend of amazing technologies. BaByliss Pro Nano Titanium and Ceramic curling tool would be an answer for those looking for a professional hair iron replete with most advanced features. This exceptional curling rod by BaByliss Pro also stands out the leading edge integration of technologies used for its manufacture.
Babyliss Pro Ceramic Tools Spring Hair Curling Iron - 5/8" - This iron features ceramic technology that promotes healthy shiny hair, reduces frizz, and protect the hair from damaging hot spots. Some of its best features are a solid ceramic barrel, 25 Heat Settings - up to 400F, instant heat up, professional 9 power cord with 360 degree swivel, and dual voltage which make it perfect for travel. All of this and a (1) one year manufacturer warranty. Babyliss Pro GT Gold Titanium 5/8" Curling Iron (#BABGOLD58S) - If your hair is stubborn and fights curl then the Babyliss GT Gold Titanium iron is perfect because it allows you to lock in curl on the toughest hair textures with out causing damage. Top features include a gold & titanium barrel, ceramic heater for instant heat & recovery, slim rubberized handle, even distribution of heat, and a (2) two year limited manufacturer warranty.
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.
The curling iron has remained a favoured tool in spite of all the chemical inventions. We have moved on from the metal rods heated by insertion into hot coals or heating on gas or electric stoves. With no control of the heat of the iron there must have been many cases of singed hair, not to mention burnt fingers and scalps! Modern day styles demand more control and flexibility of hair style with hair looking loose rather than "glued into place". Electrically heated and electronically controlled irons and tongs are now available. The barrels come in varying sizes enabling a tight curl or loose falling curl finish. Some have a smooth easy-glide ceramic barrel to create a super smooth finish and you can also purchase drop curl hair tongs with a cone shaped tong to create loose, tumbling waves and tousled curls. The fluctuation in hair styles from curly to straight and back again means manufacturers will continue to dream up new innovations to attract both professional hair stylists and the consumer.