Carolyn Hobbs. Curling Iron. January 05th , 2018.
Curling hair is not recommended to use in wet areas. The normal iron has twenty watts of heat and more than hundred volts of current flowing it. Wet areas such as sinks, bath tubs and kitchen counters where droplets of water may come in contact with electricity. Coming down to fire safety, it has become vital and fire rescue professionals are called every year to put off the fire caused by negligent usage of curling irons. Checking regularly the parts of the device, whether any exposed wires prevail and the iron is in a good condition. If anything seems to happen try to dispose of the ironing rod immediately preventing any danger to occur. If the danger occurs one need to spend around$20,000 to the house, so it is better to replace the iron which would worth around $50. One of the important safety rules regarding the product is, unplug the iron when not in use or else the iron gets really hot as the heat temperature may rise and anything could happen. The device also get cool only then it can be put back in a shelf because it s heat will retain for an hour which in no time it can get ablaze. So the iron safety rule should be followed by everyone who uses it to prevent danger to happen.
Curling short hair is difficult because for an ideal curl, the hair needs to wrap around the iron at least two times. If your hair is shorter than this, you will find that the iron can at most give you a bend, not a curl (which, nevertheless, looks quite attractive). The shorter your hair, the smaller the barrel of the curling iron should be. To curl short hair, start off from the front of your head, separating your hair into sections. The sections shouldnt be more than 1 inch wide, though this will vary with the length of your hair. To effectively curl very short hair, you will need to take sections that are less than 1/2 inch wide. As a rule of the thumb, keep your sections smaller than the barrel of your curling iron.
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.
Have you ever wondered how the celebrities create all those beautiful soft curls and volumous waves to their hair? Well I have, and I finally have the answer and its not magic...its a one inch curling iron! This is a fabulous tool to have around the house for those days that you may want to change up your style. They are designed and made with the highest quality materials; they heat up quickly, maintain heat evenly avoiding any damaging hot spots, and are available in ceramic, coated ceramic and metal barrels just to name a few. The one inch curling iron is a universal tool that can be used on short, medium or long hair to add a bend, create curls, flips or waves.
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.
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