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Tuesday
Nov202012

Hair Tools for the Hair You Want Now.

Having the hair you want right now can be easy, if you have the right tools. With hundreds of hair tools available, which ones are right for the look you want? I have the answers.

If you want easy curls...


 

Use the John Frieda® 1 ½ Inch Frizz Ease Conical by Conair
This premium graduated true ceramic heat styler makes curls a cinch. The 1 ½ inch clamp-free conical barrel features a titanium ceramic coating that minimizes frizz for natural-looking results. It heats up to 400ºF in just 30 seconds, so you are ready to curl in no time.
$39.99 at mass retailers.

 

If you want beachy waves...

 Use the Sarah Potempa BEACHWAVER Rotating Curling Iron
The Beachwaver was created by celebrity hairstylist Sarah Potempa to help women get the beachy wave look in minutes. The rotating curling iron works with a simple switch of a button. Select the side of hair you are working on, right or left, and let the barrel rotate and do the work for you.
$189.00 at QVC.

 

If you want a quick and easy blow out...


Use the Goody QuikStyle Half-Round Styler Brush
This innovative hair brush features super absorbent microfiber bristles that act like a towel to remove 30% of water, while the half-round shape makes it the perfect blow-out brush. Use it out of the shower to detangle, remove excess water, and style with your blowdryer. The convex half-round shape allows hair to curl around the microfiber base, removing water while adding lift and body as you blowdry.
$11.99 at Target.

 

If you want sleek and smooth hair...


Use the Wet 2 Straight 1" Flat Iron with Soy Hydra Complex
The Wet 2 Straight 1" Flat Iron with Soy Hydra Complex conditions, dries & straightens wet hair in one simple step. Unique steam vents on top of the iron safely remove water from damp hair, allowing you to dry & style at the same time. The ceramic plates are infused with soy hydra conditioners to create healthy, super smooth hair that lasts.
$24.99 at mass retailers.

Reader Comments (5)

I had no idea that John Freida made styling tools. Can't live without frizz ease serum every time I wash that his iron seems like it would be great for my frizz prone hair. It's reasonably priced too.
I saw a rotating wand at Bed Bath & Beyond for around $90. I wonder how it compares. I really want to try the Beachwaver but it is mighty expensive.
Excellent informative post!
Kelly - the John Freida styling tools are wonderful and very affordable.

Lee - I would actually save up and go for the Beachwaver. I haven't used the knock-off, but I know it can not be as good as the Beachwaver. It makes the most amazing beachy waves that last days!

Lola - I'm glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for the comment.
Cool and amazing looks of the hair tools. I really need the second one. Anybody can help me out?

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