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Filofax Thu 27-Feb-14 22:31:51

Please advise and recommend.

I have shoulder length thick hair which is naturally wavy, not that it gets the chance. I love the softly waved look, is it easily and quickly achiveable?

RiojaHaze Thu 27-Feb-14 22:34:51

Yes easy and achievable but also dangerous!! You need a glove to wear whilst doing it but it gives a beautiful curl IMO.

DracoMalfoysHairGel Fri 28-Feb-14 08:35:01

Yes I have naturally curly hair but use a wand if I fancy big curls for a night out . Section off your hair and curl the underneath section first . I usually go for 1 inch thick sections to get largish curls . Spray with a heat protectant . I like the loreal elnett one . Curl hair , let it cool then run fingers through very gently to soften. I usually run a little serum through at the same time .

Jaeme Fri 28-Feb-14 09:32:07

You need to be really careful not to burn yourself but they're easy to use and it doesn't take a huge amount of time.

I have the enrapture one which lets you set different temperatures on different sections. Mine was about £50 from boots but just found it on sale for £18, grr!!

Felix90 Fri 28-Feb-14 09:34:10

I have the babyliss waving wand which is great. I don't ever use the glove. I'm very careful and haven't burnt myself in the 2/3 years I've owned it! It's an oval shape rather than round so gives really nice soft waves.

Felix90 Fri 28-Feb-14 09:37:04

Sorry forgot to say its dead easy and takes me about 10 minutes to do my hair, which is medium thickness and pretty long. I find the waves don't drop out too smile

SmashleyHop Fri 28-Feb-14 09:38:02

I use one, I have a metric crap ton of hair that is long and thick- takes half the time to curl it using the wand than anything else. I never wear a glove either. I think it gives me a nice natural beachy wave look.

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