Bed Head Little Tease Crimper, 1 Inch by Bed Head
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In the event of any safety concerns or for any other information about a product please carefully read any instructions provided on the label or packaging and contact the manufacturer. For me, the amazing results this gave my hair weren’t worth the styling struggles that weren’t present with other models that also provided great results.
Hair wavers are composed of three equally sized curling iron-like barrels that open like a crimper to press strands into the signature S-shape of beach waves. That said, I tested my hair with that temperature because this was one of the first hair wavers I tested and there wasn’t any guidance available. It has Multiple Heat Settings to style all hair types and Instant Heat Recovery helps to ensure your results are fab throughout. You definitely don’t want to use this crimper on the ends of your hair, unless you are going for a crazy ’80s look. AD Includes a double dosage of tourmaline ceramic technology for massive shine and frizz-free, long-lasting results.This model has some nice safety features our overall winner lacked—most notably a kickstand and the inclusion of a glove to protect your fingers if you desire. Content on this site is not intended to substitute for advice given by medical practitioner, pharmacist, or other licensed health-care professional.
Admittedly, either of these extra steps adds to the styling time required, ironic because the style itself is meant to look so effortless. After using the crimper, if my hair looks too crunchy, I just run a comb through it to soften things up. The instructions provide clear guidance on the most suitable temperature ranges for different hair types.At this temperature, the hair waver gave me a substantial wavy look that remained in place throughout my entire 9-hour-long day.
I am able to get so many more days between washes (because my roots are not getting oily while stuck to my head), and my hair stays voluminous for days. This was the first hair waver I tested, so I chose 410°F because I find that higher temperatures usually provide the sleekest look for my hair. Like our winning hair wavers, the Bondi Boost has intuitive buttons and a digital screen that’s legible. Our team of product experts thoroughly vet every product we recommend to help you cut through the clutter and find what you need. It gives you fun, tight waves like in the 80s, which is why I loved it since I never had a hair crimper back then.I've been immune to the recent nostalgia-driven trends of late, such as scrunchies and frosted tips. It doesn't exactly shatter the glass ceiling or anything, but extra points to Bed Head for catering to on-the-go women. I chose to wave my medium-textured hair that falls about two inches past my shoulders on 350°F—a temp that was at the lower end of the recommended range for this hair type. The idea is that you will crimp roots (in places where you would normally tease) and top layers hid the crimps. Our tests show that the least expensive hair wavers were generally the poorest performers, but, for the most part, middle-of-the-road options were just as desirable as the most expensive wavers.