Friday, November 16, 2012 / 2:32 PM
Whether you curl your hair on a daily basis or just like to whip the curling iron out for special occasions, having a quality curling iron is a must-have for every woman. After battling my old and worn curling iron for years, I finally decided to do some research and find some of the best curling irons on the market. To my pleasant surprise, I found that a great curling iron doesn’t have to mean a big dent in my wallet. Here is a quick guide to curling irons for women with every budget and hair type.
RSession Tools Nalu Waver
Want great curls on the go? The Nalu Waver by RSession Tools features a unique fork design that curls two strands of hair at once; cutting your curling time in half. Creating loose, natural looking curls, this convenient and efficient curler does come at a higher price. For $180, the Nalu Waver—and some seriously amazing curls—can be all yours.
CHI Air Texture Tourmaline Ceramic Curling Iron
What’s a post about hair styling tools without mentioning a Chi product? Chi’s tourmaline ceramic iron tool boasts the latest in hair technology creating glossy, silky curls that are anything but staticy. Not only does this curling iron reduce frizz and heat up wicked fast, it also has auto shut-off, a great feature for those of you (like me) who tend to forget shutting off styling tools. At $59.99, you can’t go wrong with this mini investment. Available in 1-inch and 1.5-inch models.
Vidal Sassoon VS132
One of the biggest complaints I hear from my fine hair friends is how their hair can’t seem to hold curls. While doing my curling iron research, I found rave reviews from fine-haired women talking about the great hold the Vidal Sassoon VS132 curling iron has. Definitely worth the purchase (it’s under $10!) the VS132 is a great curling iron for all hair types that will keep curls in place without having to overheat your hair. Available in 1-inch and 1.5-inch models at Totalbeauty.com.
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