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How to Get the Perfect Curls at Home
Curly hair is often a favorite hairstyle among many. It is no wonder that this hairstyle is adored by both men and women. Curly hair is more than just hair, it is an attitude! Women flock to hair salons to get party ready curls and leave looking and feeling like a million bucks. Life is just too short to have boring hair and this is why curls rule the world! Though I love a salon visit and the results from a professionally styled hairdo; sometimes, if not most times it is not practical because of the expense and time involved.
Today I am so excited to share with you that with Revlon Perfect Heat 1” Curling Iron and Perfect Style Make it Straight Extra Large Paddle Brush. You can get the same professionally styled hair at home. I have tested these Revlon Hair Tools and found that they are easy to use and the outcome is fabulous. And, another plus, they are available at your local Walmart for a price that is unbeatable.
There are two important hair tools that you need to create the enviable curls. The first is Revlon Perfect Heat Curling Iron and the second is the Revlon XL Paddle Brush. It is that simple. With the right hair tools and tunes playing in the background getting a bodacious head of curls is simple, easy and fun. I have found the more you practice curling your hair the better you get at it. So, ladies don’t feel intimidated by it. Just do it. Getting beautifully curled hair is not as hard as you may think.
Here are a few tips to get that curl-envy look:
Start with dry hair. Styling with dry hair will ensure that you get curls that stay. I allow my hair to air dry partway and then use my favorite hairdryer and the Revlon Perfect Style Make it Straight XL Paddle Brush to get my hair straight. Frizz is a no-no when it comes to straight hair which is the base to get great looking curls. I love this paddle brush because it reduces drying time. This is important to me because I am always running late with a head of hair that is often damp. The IONIC TECHNOLOGY™ gets my hair straight and smooth with no frizz. The handle is comfortable to the touch and this brush leaves my hair with a nice shine!
Use a ceramic curling iron. A ceramic curling iron will ensure that your hair is protected while it is curled. Revlon Perfect Heat Curling Iron is the curling iron of choice because it has a triple ceramic coat; thus, ensuring that your lovely locks are less damaged and with less frizz. The ceramic coating also delivers optimal heat to curl your hair effectively with constant temperature. What makes this iron the best is that it heats up in just 60 seconds and has an auto shut off. It also has 20 settings designed for all hair types, from fine to medium to thick to coarse. The barrel is 4 inches long and the diameter is 1 inch which makes it amazing in creating medium curls and waves.
Add a twist. Once you have curled all of your hair, take the time to brush it out with the Revlon Extra Large Paddle Brush. Doing this will ensure your hair will be smooth and shiny and any frizz or flyaways are reduced. You will be amazed at the kind of curls you will get from Revlon Hair Tools. For moments that I need my hair up and out of my face or to sport a cute half or full ponytail style…my hair elastic of choice is Revlon Extra Thick Hair Elastics. These elastics hold your hair well without harming the strands of your hair. They feel comfortable against your head and produce a secure fit without any excessive pull and friction.
Get your hair party-ready — I am talking about New Year’s Eve and Valentine’s. Turn heads with gorgeous curls for days. No need to break the bank with a hair salon visit. You can get professional results from home with Revlon Hair Tools available at your local Walmart. You will love curls that last the effortless way! Revlon Hair Tools has what you need.
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