Sunday, July 2, 2017

Those colorful no heat hair curler thingys!

I am not a huge "As seen on TV" person, but when I saw these I was intrigued. Why?? 1. I don't like to use heat on my hair. 2. My hair is super straight, 3. They look so cool!!!

I looked a few times when they first came out but the prices were a little high for something I wasn't sure about. P.S. I am a cheapskate, I won't try to sugar coat it and use words like frugal, thrifty etc. I am cheap! I work hard for my money and I don't like giving away more than I need to. So when I found them on groupon for eight dollars I decided to order two sets. One for my little princess Riannan (granddaughter), and one for me.

How they work.... So the concept is that you pull the wand through the curler, hook a section of your dry hair with the eye at the end of the wand, pull through the curler and "TADA" you just wait twenty minutes, pull them out and you have amazing smooth spiral curls with no heat and no damage to the hair.

How they actually work....

You pull the wand through the curler, hook a section of your hair... This is a bit tricky because you have to kind of twist the hair, hook it, and pull it through before it untwists and becomes a hot mess. This sounds easier than it is and it took me a few tries to get it right. Also you want to choose the right curler other wise you have half of your hair hanging out the end and have to start over. I did this several times. Then after getting them in your hair which didn't take as long as I thought after I got the hang of it. So the first time I did this I left them in 20 minutes and they did nothing so I did it again and left them in an hour. And my results were:

Yea nothing... I was disappointed but not surprised. My hair won't hold a curl for anything so this is typical. Ask any of my former hairdressers that were determined to defeat my hairs stubbornness!

To be fair My daughter and granddaughter have slightly curly hair and theirs took a beautiful curl! I am waiting for a picture of the little princess the next time they use them.

Cost: So if you are one of those people that don't buy cheap because some one might ask how much you paid you can get them here on AMAZON for a whopping $58.95.

If you are thrifty and don't want to wait long to get them you can get them here on GROUPON  for $16.99. 

and for those of us that are patient, thrifty & not sure if they are for us you an get them on WISH  for a low low price of $5!!!

If you have used them please let me know if they worked for you and drop me a pic in the comments :)

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