Lovely curls, help what do I need?

(5 Posts)
fourpawswhite Sun 27-Nov-16 10:56:11

Hello

I have no DC but a beautiful niece and nephew who spend a lot of time here. Niece is thirteen and has thick long hair. She loves having it curled. I have always plaited it for her and on Friday tonged it all with a wand iron, took about an hour. It was lovely.

It got me thinking I could get her something for Xmas. What do I need? Babyliss do heated rollers, are they any good? Would she be just as well with a tong? Old fashioned rags? What are people using these days?

Her mum has no issue with me getting any of the above, I just wondered what people have found to do the best job. flowers

phoolani Sun 27-Nov-16 11:03:01

No idea about it personally but this has been raved about on here www.argos.co.uk/product/4440381?store=117&cmpid=GS001&cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59157%7Ccid:344448993%7Cagid:27301657233%7Ctid:aud-180466976245:pla-189674020353%7Ccrid:86692659633%7Cnw:g%7Crnd:3197674957757141435%7Cdvc:m%7Cadp:1o1&gclid=CNqRxsvkyNACFRYTGwodc7AB-g

SarahOoo Sun 27-Nov-16 11:05:58

Yes those suggested above are amazing! My mother in law and sister in law use them! In fact I'm going to get some for Christmas for myself!

phoolani Sun 27-Nov-16 11:08:43

Sarah - are they easy to use? Am toying with buying them myself while they're on offer, but they might require more coordination to use than I possess.

fourpawswhite Sun 27-Nov-16 11:11:30

Brilliant, thank you both. And yes, are they easy? Neither her mum nor I are particularly good at stuff like this, I have slightly more patience perhaps. Ideally it would be better if she could do it herself but I do like helping really.....

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