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TRESemmé Waving Wand

TRESemmé Waving Wand

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To help the curl stay in place, avoid brushing or touching it with the hands for the time it cools; if your hair really doesn’t hold curls well you can pin the ringlet in place while you move to the next section of hair. Finish with a firm-hold hairspray to keep your style in place.

Tip: Before you start teasing, tilt your head upside down and lightly shake your hair to help separate the curls. Beachy Waves Subtle each waves are the perfect undone look to create using a curling wand. A good tip, to prevent each curl wrapping around the others, is to alternate the direction of the curls you create. For the first, twist the iron away from you while curling, twist the iron towards you for the next, and so on.

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To magic up California-style beach waves overnight, you can simply braid your hair into two loose pigtails when it’s wet. This method avoids heat styling, so if your hair is already damaged, it’ll thank you for skipping the hot tools!

Once you take your hair out of the braids in the morning, you can dry any last remaining damp bits using the diffuser attachment on your blow-dryer, or just leave them to dry naturally. If you're just getting started in your hair curling game and you feel a bit overwhelmed, there are a few go-to tools that are simple and easy to use, while still getting great results. With a much larger barrel size, these curlers can give you a looser and more romantic style. Usually around 32mm in width, bigger curlers are perfect for adding beautiful waves to super-long hair, for a more natural and polished look. The Best Curling Wand for Fine Hair Find the tight curling wand for your fine hair. A straight wand creates curls that are equal in shape and size throughout your hair, allowing you to achieve a more uniform look. This type of curling iron is ideal for those with naturally straight hair who want that beach waves look, as it can be used to curl inwards or outwards. Medium waves look great on short to long hair. Slim WandsNow you’ve mastered the essentials of how to curl your hair with a wand, why not try creating some of these other amazing hairstyles with your curling wand? Tight Curls The smaller the barrel, the tighter curls you’ll get. Credit: indigitalimages.com Apply: The VO5 Curl Defining Mousse to damp hair before using a hairdryer, as this will help to hold the shape of your curls, as well as add volume.

During testing, we confirm the weight and dimensions of the curling tool, as well as any extras that are included in the box. We time how long the tool takes to heat up after switching on. We then note how long it takes to style a full head of hair, taking into account the hair length and texture that we are testing it on. We evaluate the overall ease of use of the curling tool, how it feels in the hand and the finish and feel of the hair after curling. Finally, we note how well the styles last over a typical day. Tip: For spiralled, tight curls, simply twist your hair before wrapping it around the curling wand. Loose Waves Get smooth, ultra long, loose waves. Credit: indigitalimages.com The Beauty Works styler heats up in 60 seconds, and comes with a glove, heatproof mat and handy carry pouch included in the box. Hair feels soft after styling, especially when curled on a medium heat, and while you won’t be able to achieve tight ringlets, the beachy waves it creates look fun and flirty and hold well for an evening. A pretty choice for a beach-babe look. Tip: To help frame your face, hold the curling wand vertically and twirl away from your face. Remember, to get those effortless waves, don’t curl your hair from the root, but from midway down each section. Voluminous Curls Add immense volume to your curly hair by adding layers. Credit: indigitalimages.com Tresemme’s Volume Loose Waves curling wand has a 28mm longer-length ceramic barrel that’s ideal for wrapping around long hair. Since the tool is a wand rather than a tong, there’s no clamp; you’ll need to use the heat-proof glove included in the box to protect your fingers while winding hair around the barrel. Nevertheless, the length of the barrel makes this easy. There’s a handy heat-proof mat in the box as well, upon which to rest your wand while it’s heating up.

Section your hair and apply a heat-protective spray, then clamp the hair at the top of the section where you want the curl to start. Twist the curling iron and move it slowly down towards the roots, allowing the length of the hair to wind around the tongs as you do so (gently pressing on the clamp to open it a little will allow your hair to slide through). You won’t need to take the tongs all the way to the ends – your hair will spiral a few times around the tongs creating a ringlet even if you leave the last inch or so out. With the hair wrapped into a spiral shape, hold the tool in place for a few seconds and then release the clamp to let your ringlet loose. Molly-Mae's original volume 1 kit doesn't appear to be available at Beauty Works anymore, but she has since launched a volume 2 kit with the hair brand. Long- and large-barrelled tongs usually have a clamp to hold the hair in place while you curl, and can be used to create super-sleek, Hollywood-style curls. Curling wands, which have a conical tip, are more suitable for short to medium-length hair. We’ve included some longer-length wands in our roundup for those who prefer to curl their hair this way. What should my curling tongs for longer hair be made from?



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