BaByliss Curling Wand Reviews
Product Type: Babyliss Hair Styler
Newest Review: ... give as tighter curls and they soon fell out. Also it was sometimes quite fiddly to do myself with larger barrels and the ... more
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by - written on 10/01/13 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Despite the fact I'm a thirty six year old mother of four, my mother has a friend who thinks I'm thirteen. She's bought me a Christmas present since the year dot, they're always excellent gifts but not really the kind of thing I'd really make use of - last year she bought me a 'Fashion Fairy' nail nail wrap kit which I gave to my daughter, the year before (if I remember correctly) a set of tribal band temporary tattoos with a gadget thingy to apply them. You get the gist. Initially I thought this years pressie was a 'destined for Ebay' kinda gift, but having decided to give it a go I'm actually very impressed with Ruby's choice! The Babyliss Curling Wand. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/13 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Whats all this then? This is a hair curling wand by Babyliss. And at £19.99 its a bargain! This is great if you have naturally curly or naturally straight hair. Details: This tool has five different temperature settings. You can use the coolest of the settings if you have very think hair, because if you use the hottest it wont make any difference to the style, or the length of time the style will hold for, it will just damage your hair more quickly. (obv using any heat products on your hair is damaging so I would recommend using some kind of heat protection). I use the second to hottest as my hair has a mind of its own and I feel it needs a little tough ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I have thick hair which isn't really easy to style without using a lot of products and accessories. I wouldn't ever think about leaving the house without blow drying it for instance and I would be lost without my hair straighteners. I love curling my hair but I only really bother doing it if I am planning a night out somewhere and want to have a special look for my hair. My Babylis curling wand has made curling my hair so much easier since I have had it as before with the other curling tongs that I had it would take forever and the curls would end up just falling out after an hour or so. With the Babylis ones I can recreate lovely loose curls ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/12 (Very useful, 15 readings)
I was bought this curling wand as a present, and immediately got to work on curling my hair! The wand feels very good quality and is nice to use - it gets very hot which leads to effective curling and the ceramic surface is very smooth and good quality (unlike some straighteners I've owned where the edges "catch" your hair). I have mid-length, fine hair (and not loads of it, either) and it took me, a complete amateur, half an hour to curl my whole head. I could have done with an extra 15 minutes really, as I rushed the end. If you are curling your whole head of hair, the best way is to spearate it into sections with big clips like hairdressers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/12/12 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I have wanted one of these Babyliss curling wands for such a long time. I've seen loads of videos on youtube of people demonstrating how to use them and I love the curls they create. I also wanted something that would be a bit of a change from my normal hair curlers so thought this would be a great Christmas present to myself. The wand comes in a rectangular cardboard box with instructions inside. The curler is a silvery coloured metal wand which tapers towards the end furthest away from the red handle. My initial impressions were good, everything seemed to be in the right place and the product looked really good. The product has a long lead and ... Read the complete review
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