Posts Tagged ‘curly hair’

  1. August 2, 2011 by Beauty Booty 411

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    CONTEST: Why Buy a 2-in-1 Curling Iron When You Can Win One Instead?

    I told you there would plenty of contests to go around this summer! This is one of my favourite brands ever. Last year I showed you the Rowenta Beauty Infini Pro Sensor Hair Dryer ($219) and I also showed you why the Professional Titanium Ceramic Iron ($219) is my best friend. This year, it’s time to not only fall in love with the 2-in-1 Ceramic Curling Iron ($179), but enter for your chance to win your very own!

    Keep reading to see how my sister Vicki and my friend Maria looked after their Rowenta Beauty hair transformations. Plus, get the contest entry details.

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  2. November 2, 2010 by Beauty Booty 411

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    Innovative Iron: Conair You Curl Curling Wand

    Most of us straight-haired gals long for curly hair and take advantage of every opportunity to curl it. Personally, my hair doesn’t curl easily so curling irons are out of the question. I have to opt for my flat iron instead because I need the intense heat it provides.

    And for those girls lucky enough to be able to use a curling iron and still get fab curls, there’s another problem: the kinks you get from the iron’s clamp. I hate when I see girls with luscious curls, and awkward kinks near the root or tip of the curl. It ruins the whole look.

    Fortunately, Conair has recently come out with an item that solves both the problems I mentioned above: lack of adequate heat and the issue with kinks. The You Curl Curling Wand ($49.99) heats as much as the strongest, professional flat irons out there, nearly 400 degrees (F).

    The intense heat relieves hair of the humidity which can ruin curls. The clamp-free wand means you also don’t have to worry about kinks. The curls can be perfectly formed from root to tip. The item comes with a heat-resistant glove you can wear on the hand that will place the hair around the wand so you don’t have to worry about burning yourself whilst trying to get a fab ‘do.

    The best part of this truly innovative product is that it’s affordable. Since it suits every hair type (including my difficult-to-curl, spaghetti-straight locks) it’s sure to give just about everyone the look they want.

    Keep an eye out for the Infiniti by Conair You Curl Curling Wand at a retailer near you. Check www.conairyoucurl.com for more retail and product info.

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  3. June 21, 2010 by Beauty Booty 411

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    New Moroccanoil Curl Control Cream

    The newest addition to the Moroccanoil line of hair products is this Curl Control Cream ($32). As I’m sure you already know, Moroccanoil is known for its superior quality products and amazing results. I’m still hooked on the Hydrating Styling Cream. It really makes my hair soft and smooth.

    Now you curly-haired gals can have the same feeling. Curly hair is, by nature, thicker and drier than straight hair. It’s difficult for your scalp’s natural oils to make it all the way to the tips of your curly hair, which means the hair is dryer and more susceptible to damage. It can also mean you have little control over your rebellious locks.

    The Moroccanoil Curl Control Cream (which was just released this past May) controls, conditions and actually enhances curls. It’ll also leave your hair with a shiny finish that’s soft to the touch. It’ll make combing through wet hair a breeze, too. Another amazing fact is that it holds your curls in place longer than most other products so you don’t have to worry about your hairstyle taking a turn for the worst, no matter how humid it gets.

    If you’re already a fan of Moroccaoil products and your curly hair is going to drive you crazy this summer, spring for the Curl Control Cream. You won’t be disappointed.

    Moroccanoil products are sold in select salons. Visit their website for more info: http://www.moroccanoil.com/
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