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Hot Tools Pro Signature Gold Curling Iron 38 mm (Gold-Platted Barrels, Pulse Technology, Long Lasting Curls and Waves) HTIR1577UKE

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When it comes to heat damage, prevention is better than a cure. “If you know that you use a lot of heat on your hair, make sure a hair oil and a hair mask are a regular part of your hair routine,” says Reed. T3 and waves are pretty much synonymous at this point. The brand’s curling tools help all hair types achieve effortless waves and curls in minutes. This 1.25-inch barrel gets the job done with just a single pass—no touch-ups required. Product Specs: This barrel features a ceramic mineral complex that heats up to temperatures from 250 to 430 degrees Fahrenheit. Yes, you read that right—the Professional 24k Gold Extra-Long Barrel Curling Iron has a 24k gold styling surface. The gold coating makes it easily the most beautiful Hot Tools curling iron of the three we've reviewed in this guide.

Why We Like It: Celebrity hairstylist Nikkia Nelson also likes the BaBylissPRO curling irons, calling the temperature settings “phenomenal” in delivering an amazing curl. It’s made with a titanium barrel to heat the hair from within, creating everything from loose waves to tight curls. Product Specs: This interchangeable tool utilizes nano-ceramic titanium barrels, which curls hair at temperatures from 190 to 380 degrees Fahrenheit. Hot Tools is one of the most innovative hair-styling companies in the market. The company launched the 'CurlBar' iron a couple of years ago, which featured a handle angled at 90 degrees to its plates. Hot Tools has been at the forefront of smart ergonomic design. All of Hot Tools' curling irons offer users a wide range of heat settings, from 280 to 430 degrees Celsius. This range leaves you free to choose your styling tool based on the material of the barrel and the full range of Hot Tools curling iron sizes. You won't feel restricted to the irons that offer a specific temperature range.

You’ll really only see three kinds of materials when it comes to curling iron barrels: Ceramic, tourmaline, and titanium. If you have coarse hair that is heat resistant, titanium is the way to go. “It’s a natural metal that heats up very fast and will help the heat penetrate fully through the hair,” says DiGregorio, who adds that it’s also a lightweight material to hold. You’ll find it in the BaBylissPRO Nano Titanium Spring Curling Iron. Curling irons can damage hair if you use them incorrectly, which is why it's important to read the instructions before use. You should also keep the heat setting in mind, as well as how long you're holding each individual section on the iron. Hurtado says to only curl dry hair as curling wet hair is a recipe for disaster (and you can practically hear the damage you are inflicting as it sizzles). "Make sure to prep your hair with heat protection to avoid heat damage," she adds. "If it's your first time using a curling iron, I recommend starting off with a low temperature setting so you can get used to maneuvering the iron." How do you protect fine hair from heat damage? It’s rare to find a curling iron that delivers a solid curl across all hair textures regardless of the size of the barrel, but this one from Hot Tools did just that. We tried three different sized barrels — 0.75-inch, 1.25-inch, and 1.5-inch — and we found that each one delivered on their styling promises (beachy waves for larger sizes, tighter curls for smaller). Not only did our curls look great immediately after styling, but they also held their shape for the rest of the day, and even sometimes the next morning. Even with the hefty price tag on the Dyson Airwrap Styler, it's one of the top products on the market for fine hair. Rather than extreme heat, the styler uses air to simultaneously dry and style hair. And though it may go against all of the hair care rules you were taught, the brand actually recommends that you style your hair while wet to cut down on heated styling. What's more, is that the tool comes with six — yes six — interchangeable attachments, including 1.2- and 1.6-inch curling wands, so you have the optimal tool for every type of curl at your fingertips.

Foldaway Safety Stand. Look for an iron with an in-built safety stand that can unfold while your device is cooling. Why We Like It: Nation says the Harry Josh Pro Tools 3-in-1 Curling Iron is one he can’t live without. “With attachments, you’re able to use it as a Marcel iron, a wand, or an iron with a spring clip. This makes the iron super versatile and a staple in my kit.” Ultimately, though, “a curling iron versus a curling wand is a personal preference — some people just like one more than the other,” says Reed. If our Beachwaver review is any indication, this rotating curling iron is just as good as social media claims it is. Its moving barrel makes it ideal for beginners, since you don’t need salon-level expertise to get started; just clamp in a section of hair and let it work its magic. Beachy waves have never been so effortless.Product Specs: This wand features a tourmaline-infused, ceramic barrel that reaches temperatures from 310 to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.

Product Specs: This tool uses tourmaline ceramic technology that styles hair at 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Product Specs: This set features three ceramic barrels that use the brand’s Rapid HeatIQ technology across five heat settings. Temperature aside, we liked the clamp’s nice, strong grip that didn’t yank at our hair, but kept it firmly in place as we styled, while the barrel was smooth enough to slide our finished curls right off. When creating beach waves, we find it’s easiest to achieve that look when using a long-barreled curling wand without a clamp, and this tool from InStyler fits the bill. Thanks to the clamp-free design, we were able to loosely wrap our hair along the barrel, creating elongated curls that even a mermaid would envy. That said, the tip of this styling tool features a unique “feeder” grip tip that allows for easy one-handed styling, so if you prefer a clamp, you do have options.If you’re even somewhat interested in hair care, there’s a good chance Chi’s rotating curling iron has come across your TikTok FYP. It draws hair into a rotating chamber, timing each section for consistency. There’s also an auto-off feature and an 11-foot cord—plenty of length for any home user. It has never been easier (or faster!) to create tight ringlets. All you have to do is wrap a small section of hair around the 0.5-inch wand and hold it for three seconds to get perfectly defined curls. That said, the versatility of this wand is unmatched and also allows you to get more relaxed waves by wrapping larger sections loosely around the barrel. Though it doesn't get as hot as other options, the 365-degree setting still manages to keep hair curled for up to 24 hours. When it comes down to specific looks, you can create a tighter curl by using your iron just off the scalp. Meanwhile, you’ll achieve a looser style if you skip the root and start wrapping your hair about a third of the way down the shaft. “Holding the curl horizontally will make the curl fuller, vertically will provide a more relaxed look,” adds DiGregorio. If you’re going for a beach wave or modern vibe, Reed loves to curl hair in different directions to prevent uniformity or an overdone look. “If you’re looking for classic curls, keep the iron going in one direction,” he says. The Hot Tools brand was established in the US 25 years ago and the multi award-winning styling tools have gone from strength to strength and arrived in Europe in 2016. Capable of creating loose waves with all-day hold—something of a personal miracle—the Airwrap has become a go-to for my type 2C curls, which have no discernible wave pattern and typically frizz up under a diffuser. The tool circumvents this by harnessing the Coanda effect, an aerodynamic phenomenon by which fast-moving air will closely follow the shape of a nearby surface—in this case, drawing in the hair around a rotating barrel. While the initial usage required a bit of trial and error, as I’d never before used a curling wand, the movement and volume it delivers has made it an everyday device—a revelation for me, who otherwise relied on a wash-and-go style.

The hair wizards at Hot Tools believe that ‘everyone deserves beautiful.’ Its wide range of curling irons contains something that will turn everybody’s hair dreams into a reality. From spiral curling irons to traditional barrel tongs, Hot Tools caters to all hair types—and can create nearly any style. If you have ultra-fine or damaged hair, you will want to select a curling iron that offers a low styling temperature. “Excessive heat will damage the cuticle further,” warns New York-based hairstylist Alwyn DiGregorio. “Lower temps with smaller sections will work just as well as higher temps and bigger sections.” As a person with fine hair, one video comes to mind when I think about using a curling iron: The infamous clip of a girl who meticulously walks viewers through her curling routine, until a chunk of hair burns off. I still have nightmares about it, but the thought of that video alone emphasizes the importance of finding a curling iron that won't completely fry fine hair. Your hair should be dry before curling, Maine says. He also suggests using a heat protectant both while the hair is wet and once it’s dry. Techniques and barrel sizes differ depending on the look you’re after—again, smaller barrels mean tighter curls. “To style while using any size curling iron, place the hair in the middle of the clamp and curl away from your face to achieve a standard formal curl,” says Hurtado.Most hot tools will break when used with a power converter abroad, but because this tool offers dual voltage, we were able to safely style our hair while traveling outside of the country. Angie Perrantes is a pro hairstylist and natural hair specialist whose clients include Paige Hurd and LisaRaye McCoy. Review: “The first time I learned to curl my hair, I used a flatiron instead of a wand, so I’ve always been a little biased toward this style of hot tool. Amika’s titanium barrel edition is kind of the ultimate. The material is super lightweight, which makes the iron easy to maneuver around my head, and it makes my waves look extra shiny and smooth. It’s got all the features I could possibly want: a rotating clip handle, ionic technology for less frizz, precise temperature controls, a rotating cool tip, and a heat-proof swivel cord. Whether I’m currently in a short hair phase or growing out a longer style, this is the best for creating loose curls and waves.” —S.Y.W. Product Specs: This curling iron uses a rotating ceramic barrel that styles hair across three pre-set temperature settings up to 410 degrees Fahrenheit. Whether you prefer tighter curls, have long hair, or fall into both categories, Mint’s skinny curling wand is about to become your best friend. While there are multiple barrel widths available, this one is especially great at creating tiny, defined ringlets that still manage to look completely natural.

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