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    Default Anyone have a curling iron/wand?

    is it easy to use? I have a GHD hair straightener and just can't do curls with it. the hairdresser has shown me heaps of times, it looks easy but I just can't do it.

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    I have a ghd and can do my curls but it took lots of practice and lots of watching youtube for help.

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    I have a remmington curling wand - works pretty well I find. Relatively easy to use, just divide hair up, spray with holding product & wrap it around the wand. Just have to be careful & wear heatproof glove.
    Can't do curls with a straightener to save myself.

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    I cant do curls with a straightener. I am hopeless.

    I have some hot rollers - and they are great, easy to use and dont take forever

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    I bought one recently but I don't love how the curls work out. I prefer curls done with a straightener but I can't do that because I'm unco 😢
    @BH-KatiesMum which hot rollers have you got and what's your hair like?

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    I have a h2d curler. It's fantastic, so quick and easy to use. I can't use my ghd to curl...for every good curl I manage, there are about 5 awful ones!

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    Velcro rollers and a hairdryer. Very easy, affordable and you won't end up with "2 minute noodle hair"!

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    I have a babyliss pro curling wand. So much easier to use than the ghd and I find the curls hold better too.

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    I have a curling wand. .babyliss pro and a set of hot rollers.
    So much easier than a straightener.

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    i have long straight hair ...

    I dont know what brand the curlers are. (its up stairs and I am sick so not going to look) You plug them in and wind your hair on


 

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