Even though I have naturally curly hair and spend my life blow-drying the unruly curls straight, there was SUCH a buzz about this new curling product from BaByliss that I felt I had to try it out. Remember, I’m useless at tools.. utterly hopeless.
Basically, all you do is pop a slender strand of hair into the open bit on the circular section (you will need to follow instructions carefully so that you get your settings right for the curl you want). Once you’ve done that, press go, so to speak, and the strand of hair is whizzed into the barrel. You then wait for the beep and let go – and oh my goodness! I’ve never seen anything this good – you get the most perfectly formed curly wave. And it is simple – if it took you fifteen minutes to go from straight to curly, I’d be surprised. Obviously, the settings mean you can adjust to looser or tighter curls – I got gorgeous, defined loose ringlets.
I’m beyond impressed with this – and smacking a big, fat BBB Recommends on it. Here you are BaByliss!
However, watch out when it comes to pricing, I think you will find some variety. I’ve found it on sale at Capital HERE for £144 (inc. VAT) but it’s trade only so you’d need a hair-dresser friend, and I also know that it was a QVC Special Value for £90 last week. So, keep your eyes peeled..I know SallyExpress will also be a stockist, and Perfectcurl.co.uk have it for £177. So, shop wisely for this one.
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