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Ceramic curling irons are extra gentle on the hair. Are you looking for such a curling iron?
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Curling Irons GHD Curve Soft Curl Tong

GHD Curve Soft Curl Tong

Curling Iron, Automatic Shut-off, On/Off Button, Ceramic, Cool Tip, Swivel Cord



You should only curl your hair when it’s dry. Apply heat protection to protect it from potential damage caused by heat. Divide your hair into sections, working from the bottom layers first.

If your iron has a clamp, clamp it at the ends of your hair and roll it up all the way to the roots.

If you’re using a wand, you start at the roots and then wrap the section around the barrel. Hold the hair wrapped around the barrel for about 10-20 seconds. Repeat across all sections and then finish off with hairspray so your curls stay nice and bouncy all day!

There are loads of styles, models and types of curling irons. The three most common types of curling tools are:

  • Curling iron - This is the traditional model that comes with a clasp that creates polished ringlets. A curling iron should be used with the cord facing down.
  • Curling wand - Without a clasp, the wand gives you a more natural look. You can find wands in many different shapes; straight, tapered and inverted. To correctly use a wand the chord should be facing up when in use.
  • Automatic curling iron - This iron spins by itself, removing the need to know how to curl your hair. This makes the process easier, but gives you less control over the types of curls you get.

The ponytail trick is a quick, simple and gorgeous way to get big and loose curls in no time. Put your hair up in a high ponytail. Then heat up your curling iron and begin to curl half to one-inch sections of the ponytail. Once all the hair has been curled, remove your hairband and set your curls with a high-hold hairspray.


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