Ion Titanium Auto-rotating Curling Iron
Fantasic Time Saver!
I am not a professional stylist, in fact most days I don't have/ take the time to style my hair. However, I was in the market for a new curling iron and I though I might give an auto-rotating one a try. I decided to try this first before buying a more expensive brand. I must say it is fantastic! This tool heats up in seconds! It took a few minutes to get a hang of, but it is really easy to use and gives great results. Less hair and more sections for a tighter look and bigger sections for a beachy look. I can curl my medium thickness, long hair (goes to the armpit level) in 10-15 minutes. The curls stay all day and the next if you use a good hair spray. Lightly lifting the small clamp doesn't leave the nasty crease mark on the ends either. This does the same thing as the more expensive brands while being a bit easier on your wallet, especially with any coupons or discounts!
April 17, 2015
I have used many irons over the years and most worked on majority of my client's hair but my hair in very difficult to get to hold a curl. I purchased this iron and fell in love. It holds my curl all day and at the lowest setting. Many irons can burn my hair but I put it on the lowest setting and it never burns. I highly recommend this iron!
February 23, 2015
I am the type of woman who has never been able to make those perfect ringlet curls with a wand or curling iron, but with this AMAZING product, I can!!!!!!! It heats up in 5 seconds on the highest heat setting and is so easy to use!!!! The hardest part was figuring out which button to push to spin it in the right direction and I figured it out after the first use!!!! Curls stay defined all day!!!! So Worth the Price!!!!!
January 9, 2015
THIS IS THE INEXPENSIVE VERSION OF THE BEACHWAVER. IT HAS THE SAME FEATURES WITH ONE DIFFERENCE. NO MATTER HOW LOW YOU SET THE HEAT, IT INSTANTLY CAUSES THE HAIR UNDER THE CLIP TO CRINKLE. TOO BAD CAUSE IT DOES AUTOMATICALLY ROLL & CURL YOUR HAIR JUST LIKE THE EXPENSIVE ONE. TOOK IT BACK. SORRY.
March 31, 2014