The Instyler curling iron is a very good choice If you are looking high and low for a worth-while way to fix up your hair style using a high-grade hair straightener tool, because even if your hair is unmanageable it will work wonders for you. The Instyler works as a curling iron and straightener, giving your hair volume, body and curl, after you run the InStyler through the hair, the initial set of bristles would gently sort and separate your strands of hair. Then the moving heated polishing cylinder will gently glide through your hair, easily polishing, straightening out, and styling each hair strand. And last, the second set of hair bristles puts the finishing touch on the hair, leaving it smooth and shiny.
I just watched a video demonstration on YouTube where the girl did a really cute hair style using an instyler. What she did was wrap her hair around the round part of the instyler before closing the instyler around her hair.
The example she gave was that it is like wrapping your hair around a curling iron without using the clamp and then using the clamp to hold the hair once it is wrapped and the curl is setting into place. She actually did this as a Valentine's Day demonstration. I copy-pasted the link below.
Hope this helps!
by JR Krishna 4 years ago
What do you do to make your hair not frizzy?
by Cheeky Chick 8 years ago
My friend, Kari, has the curliest hair! She is naturally a dirty blonde, but she colors her hair so that it's a lighter blonde. The coloring is why she needs to relax her hair without the chemicals. She says she HAS to keep coloring her hair.Any ideas out there?Thanks!XOXOCheeky
by Patty 5 years ago
Hey ladies! Do any of you use hair straighteners? I do, I have a KQC one and I use it every day. Couldn't live without it as I like my hair being completely straight. I use heat tamer spray and the KQC has ceramic plates as to not damage my hair. I was just curious
by bunny6kanya 8 years ago
what is your faviorate hairstyle?what you like more from faviorate hairstyle?
by Lilanie Ang 4 years ago
Curl or straight hair?
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