Hair curlers are one of the most popular tools in the beauty industry. With the right pair of hair curlers, you can create an array of hairstyles that can be worn every day or for special occasions. To help you decide if a hair curler is the right product to add to your beauty routine, we’ve drawn together everything you need to know about hair curlers as well as all the things you should take into consideration when choosing the best hair curler for you. The right hair curler will become your new best friend.
There is a myth in the beauty industry that you can only style your hair with curlers if you’re blessed with long and luscious locks. In reality, as long as your hair is at least shoulder-length then you can style it with hair curlers. The style options do differ between long and shorter hair, but there is plenty of style options for all lengths of hair.
The barrel size that you chose will largely determine the type of curls that you can achieve. Hair curlers with a larger diameter can create more beachy waves while a smaller curler can create the tight, ringlet style. One of the benefits of our is that it saves you the hassle of choosing between barrel sizes. Our portable rotating ceramic hair curler allows you to achieve any style of curl with just one barrel.
One of the most important things to keep in mind when curling your hair is to consider the temperature as this can damage your hair in the long-term. The best hair curlers feature three or more temperatures to give you a variety of choices. If your hair is fine or colored then it’s recommended to stick to a lower heat setting, meanwhile if you thicker or naturally curly hair then you can use a higher heat setting. Our is ideal for all hair types as its temperature options range between 150 and 200°C, which is a low enough heat setting to prevent damage to your hair.
When it comes to choosing your curling iron, it’s essential to examine the material that is used to make the barrel. Ceramic hair curlers are popular amongst professionals as they disperse heat more evenly and are considered a healthier option to use on your hair long term, preventing breaking and frizzing. With a ceramic barrel, your hair curler will glide across your hair more smoothly, meaning it creates less pressure on your hair and is suitable for all hair types. Ceramic hair curlers also reach their designated temperature quicker than other curlers, making them an excellent choice for quick touchups.
For hair curlers, there are four main model types. The traditional curling tongs are easy to use and allow you to create curls that are the same shape and size throughout your hair. The main downside to this style is that the clamp can damage your hair and it creates less natural-looking curls. On the other hand, a curling wand is similar in design but does not feature a clap. While this hair curler creates more natural curls, it can be more difficult to use if you’re not familiar with the product. The barrel hair curler is ideal if you want to create finger wave curls, although this style of barrel is only suitable for long hair.
When it comes to hair curlers, the ideal choice for any hair type and length is the automatic curler. This curler is the latest in hair technology and has an automatic swivel which curls your hair effortlessly. The barrel of the automatic hair curlers is easier to use, with a heating compartment that prevents your hair from getting tangled or your fingers getting burnt. Due to the automatic curling technology, curls produced using this type of hair curler will last longer than a traditional curler.
If you have fine hair or if you want to add volume to your curls, consider adding a hair moose or backcombing the crown of your hair. Regardless of what type of hair you have, it is recommended that you should always use a heat protectant spray in your hair from the roots down to prevent any damage. If you regularly use hair curlers or heated products, consider investing in a repairing shampoo and conditioner. The key to achieving curls that will hold their shape throughout the day is to not shampoo your hair the same day that you intend to curl it, instead wash it the night before.
If you want a royal look, consider replicating the Duchess of Cambridge’s luscious brown curls with a hair curler. Kate is almost always spotted rocking a curly hairstyle, opting for looser curls during less formal public appearances, and the classic half-up look is her go-to style for a formal occasion. To achieve the Duchess’ glamorous hair, curl your hair as you typically would with a tight curl before brushing them out for a more natural look. Backcomb the hair around the crown of your head before pulling the hair back and sectioning the top third of what would traditionally make your ponytail. You can tie this hair back with a simple hair tie and then pin back any loose strands. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can twist the tied back hair into a small bun and pin it down.
Our ‘’ is the best curling iron on the market with innovative automatic technology that can be taken with you on-the-go to create effortless curls that won’t damage your hair. These are ideal curlers for long hair as the barrel on this hair curler allows you to get the exact curl you want. It can create either loose wavy curls or a tighter ringlet style, and everything in between. Our hair curler runs on batteries, meaning you don’t have to worry about charging it between uses. Its portability means it's essential for anyone who frequently travels or wants a hair curler that they can take to the office. Pick up a hair curler and discover your perfect hairstyle today.