I received this item from Brandbacker in exchange for my review. All opinions listed are 100% my own.
When I recently had the opportunity to try out a new Kiss InstaWave Automatic Curling Iron through Brandbacker I was intrigued, excited and could not wait to try out this product on my hair!
From the Website:
“The Kiss InstaWave is designed to easily help you achieve salon quality curls at the push of a button. You can achieve all types of curls by adjusting the heat setting and time. If you want looser curls: curl for 3-5 seconds on LOW. If you want medium curls: curl for 4-8 seconds on LOW or HIGH. If you want tight curls or spirals: curl for 6-10 seconds on HIGH.”
Some of the key features include:
- Fully automatic, tangle-free curler
- Innovative design lets you curl from any position using either hand
- Curl Dial makes it simple to switch between left and right curl directions
- Ceramic Ionic Technology protects hair for healthy, shiny results
- Two heat settings with maximum temperature of 420° F
- Auto shutoff after 90 minutes for added safety
- Works on any hair type and length
Now — I always wear my hair flattened and straight with a flat iron, but there are times when I would LOVE to have my hair curled. I hate using an old fashioned curler, but with this new curling iron, I plan on fixing my hair all the time now.
While I love what it does to my hair, my daughter’s hair turned out amazing y’all. I think the longer the hair the hair is, the better it looks.
It’s really easy to do. Simply turn on the curling iron and give it a few seconds to warm up. Then pick up a small section of hair, place it on the barrel and hit the start button. It does the rest for you. Then slowly pull down and let your hair cascade as the curls become visible.
Overall, I am really happy I got the opportunity to try this new curling iron. I have been styling my hair much more often now because it doesn’t take as long and the curly look is really starting to grow on me! It retails for $59.99 and you can find it at Ulta, Target or Amazon.com.
Do you curl your hair? If so, would you give this automatic curling iron a try?