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- Creates deep waves
- Great for any hair type
- 8-ft. professional cord
- One-year warranty
The Hot Shot Tools Nano Ceramic Deep Waver uses Nano Ceramic that emits far-infrared heat that is kinder to hair, seals the cuticle and eliminates frizz, leaving hair soft and shiny.
Pulse Auto-Heat Control maintains precise temperatures for uninterrupted, consistent heat. Heats up quickly and heat recovery is instant. Features extra-deep plates for deeper, more luxurious waves. variable heats settings for any hair type and a locking switch that locks plates together for convenient storage. Heats up to 430°F.
Hot Shot Tools Nano Ceramic Deep Waver 9 10
HST Deep Waver This product is great! I have pretty long hair and this product gives me gorgeous deep waves. I've always wanted a waver but I wasn't sure if to get a normal one or this deep one. I am very pleased that I chose this one. The only thing that isn't great is that I definitely have to use some sort of sea salt product or light hold cream/spray because if I don't the waves end up really frizzy. July 6, 2014
Fun! I was looking into a deep waver, and was going for Bed Head Deep Wave artist at Ulta, but reviews werent so good. Wanted the "Hot tools" deep waver, but Sallys is within walking distance from my house, I read the reviews on this and since I am a cosmetology student, get a discount, so figured this was a better option. I love the waves! The only downfall I think is it takes a little longer to do my hair than it would with a curling iron. Unsure the staying power of the curls but Im confident they will last a good while, I put Wella's "Ocean Spritz" heairspray on after so it will hold up. December 8, 2013
Fantastic for curly hair I borrowed a friend's deep waver on a whim and was amazed at what it did for my causcasian 3b curly hair (medium-small curls, flatter on top). The waver imparts the 'S' wave to them, but instead of a 'mermaid hair' look you would get with straight hair, the 'S' wave controls and defines the curls. I only press the hair for 5 - 10 seconds, and when I am done with all my hair I shake my head gently to separate the curls a little. I don't hold it on for very long, so my individual curls are not flattened by the waver. In fact they separate back into individual curls very quickly, but instead of flying all over the place and looking messy, they still have an 'S' wave shape which controls them and makes a much more polished look. My co-workers were wowed the first time I showed up with this hair, and people ask my all the time how I got my curls. Well, I was born with the curls... but the deep waver is what really enhances and shows them off. I have almost completely stopped using my straightener and curling iron, because this gives me a lovely sophisticated look without having to mercilessly heat-style every last bit of curl out of my hair. When you straighten, and one part of your hair looks wavy, you have to put heat on it again so it doesn't look strange compared to the rest of your hair. With the waver, little imperfections like this are unnoticeable - you can make little mistakes, still look good, and not over-damage your hair with heat. I don't know what it will look like with kinkier coiled hair, but this tool takes my caucasian corkscrews and gives me the curly hair I always wanted. Good luck! December 16, 2012
In LOVE this iron is the best. it takes a while to get used to it. the first time i used it waves came out too loose. its best to use smaller portions of hair and hold it on your hair longer for a more crimped wave. when you first use it smells bad. like really burnt. but it goes away after a while. <3 it. the hair style lasted for more than 5 days but after that i combed it out and it came out loose, wavy and sexy. another hairstyle for 3 more days :) March 24, 2012