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Even though I am a busy Mom, I always try to stay up to date with the latest and greatest hair and makeup fashions. Ok, maybe not ALWAYS. More like a lot of the time. I still rock the Mom bun or pony like it’s nobody’s business, but I still like to look good. For me looking good makes me feel good and for some reason more productive.
Having the wild crazy curly hair that I do I am always looking for quick ways to tame this mane of mine. I was recently given a KISS InstaWave Automatic Curler to review and I was a little unsure about it at first. The Kiss InstaWave website boasts that it’s a quick and easy way to get salon-quality curls. Salon-quality, huh? We will see about that!
After reading through the directions, the InstaWave seemed easy enough to use. How hard could it be? It did take me a few tries to figure out how to get my hair started on the machine and how much hair I needed to section off per curl. But, after a few failed attempts, I got the hang of it and managed to get my hair curled successfully. It did take a little longer than I would have liked the first time. By the second or third use I think I have it down to a science. Very important when throwing yourself together quickly without it actually looking like it.
From the Manufacturer’s Web Site:
- Fully automatic, tangle-free curler
- Innovative design lets you curl from any position using either hand
- Curl Dial makes it simple to switch between left and right curl directions
- Ceramic Ionic Technology protects hair for healthy, shiny results
- Two heat settings with maximum temperature of 420° F
- Auto shutoff after 90 minutes for added safety
I usually use a curling wand to do my hair which has burned my poor fingers several times. I have yet to be burned by The KISS InstaWave so that’s a huge bonus in my book. I was really worried about getting my hair tangled around with all of the moving parts. Thankfully that hasn’t happened either. The design of the machine makes getting your hair caught virtually impossible, as long as you’re generally following the directions.