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How to Create Different Looks with a 3-in-1 Curling Iron

Softly curling hair, long loose waves, beachy locks, tight curls--who doesn't love the romantic and feminine look of curls? Yes, even a girl with stick-straight hair can create curls with a heated iron. But you will need different sizes of curling irons to create different types of curl. And here's a secret your hairstylist knows--the length of your hair can also dictate the size of iron it will need to hold a curl. So having a 3-in-1 curling iron can be your best friend whether you decide to go short or go long. Here are some ways you can achieve curls on different hair lengths:

Short hair

To create tight curls on short hair--like Charlize Theron likes to sport--you'll need a curling iron with a 3/4 inch diameter barrel. If you want looser waves, use 1 inch.

alexa chung hairMedium Length Hair

Alexa Chung is the poster girl for a wavy, messy bob. Create her look with a 1 1/4 inch iron. Or for more formed curls, use a 1 inch barrel.

Long Hair

gisele bundchen hairBeachy, piecy long waves a la Giselle Bundchen need a 1 1/4 inch iron. If you have shorter layers, or to create tighter curls on the ends, alternate with a 1 inch barrel. For maximum versatility, get a curling iron that will allow you to create different types of curls. Whether you hair is short, or long; if you're growing out your hair; if you use clip in hair extensions--you've got all your options covered. The Triple Threat 3 in 1 curling iron comes with 3 interchangeable sizes of barrels: 3/4, 1 and 1 1/4 inch.  The ceramic barrels heat up quickly and evenly, sealing the hair cuticles to prevent frizz. Tourmaline technology produces negative ions that counteract the positive ions in dull dry hair, leaving you with shiny, healthy looking curls. Create the beautiful, shiny curls you want with ease and confidence. Contact us for more information.

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Posted: Jul 11 2013
by: Duck & Cover

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