Babyliss Curl and Press Reviews
Product Type: Babyliss Hair Straightener
Description:Brand: Babyliss / Hair Straighteners / Relaxers. Moving spiral presses the hair to give more curl definition. Automatic temperature control.
Newest Review: ... cord feature so is very easy to manoeuvre in use. Once plugged in they don't take very long (around a minute) before they ... more
by - written on 23/09/07 (Useful, 601 readings)
i wanted to get some curlers.. everyone i have tried didnt really do the job well...it would take forever to heat up and the curls wouldnt last,, so one day i decided to try babyliss press and curl. How to use you have to take a little section of hair (about an inch) and put the hair in the bottom part and twist the curler up.. leave for 10 sec..if you want loose curls but If you want tight curls then push the button up and leave in for around 15-20 sec and it will give you that result ..Also i recommend you put some heat protecting spray on before..as this much heat isnt good for the hair..and a lil hairspray after so the curls last ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/10 (Very useful, 126 readings)
Around this time last year, I was looking through my gadgets and things (for my hair) and decided that I would quite like some curling tongs. Not that I had a desperate need for them, but I felt that my GHDs may be too strong for daily use (for curling) and the heated curlers I have (which are heated in a compartment and then applied to the hair) did not work as well. I didn't want to spend too much though because I did not have a pressing need for them but I guess I wanted something new to play around with, so I began by looking online to see what was available and gauge a price range but there were so many different types which offered different options, and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/09/13, updated on 04/09/13 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I bought the Babyliss curl and press for myself a couple of years ago - I kept saying I wanted to curl my hair every now and again but ideally didn't want to spend much incase I had a change of heart. I got these for around £10 from Argos. Mine are slightly different to the picture here in that they are black with a pink and black curling section. They came in a black box but with no bag, box or mat to keep them on which was a shame because I have to be careful how I store them but for £10 I think perhaps I was expecting a bit much. How to use They are electronic so need a socket nearby to be used - unfortunately the cable isn't very long on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/08, updated on 02/08/11 (Very useful, 321 readings)
I brought the Babyliss Curl & Press a few months ago when they had a 1/3 off sale is boots and this cost me £14.66 if I remember correctly (although I'm sure somebody brought this for me - probably my fiance! Anyway, on with the review! This product is very simple in design, just a silver/gold barrel which your hair is wound round & a push up and hold button for pressing the plate against your wound hair to create the curl, then a button to release the hair afterwards. To create curls I washed & blow dried my hair before adding some curling/heat protection serum and rubbing through my entire hair, I think brushed through once dry to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/11 (Very useful, 133 readings)
My sister bought this a few years ago but decided to get rid of it recently, so I thought i'd try it out. I have a different curling tongue that I sometime use but it isn't that effective and gives a funny smell. I usually use my straighteners to curl my hair but, again, they aren't always very effective so I was looking forward to trying the curl and press. I found the instructions very easy to follow. You take a small section of hair and tuck the ends under a small lever, then wrap the rest around the tongue. It is separated into sections so you can see where to put your hair to make it even all the way down. You then push a sort of button up which ... Read the complete review
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