Curling Iron Frequently Asked Questions FAQ

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Perfect curly hairstyle? it is achievable, I gathered the reader’s questions and answers you can get the most out of your curling iron.

Which curling iron is best for short hair?

Don’t pick the curling iron with large size, pick the one with small barrel. The most suitable? The barrel is no more than 1 inch.
My recommendations: BaByliss PRO Nano Titanium Conicurl Iron (1/2 to 3/4 inch Barrel), Hot tools 1 Inch Curling Iron, FHI Heat Platform Tourmaline Ceramic Professional 3/4 Inch Curling Iron and Gold N’ Hot 3/8 Inch Professional 24K Spring Curling Iron. The differences between those curling irons are the quality, price and material made of and the design.

Which curling iron is best for long hair?

For long hair, I rather go for 1-1/4 inch curling iron. The reason? It saves time and your hair is less exposed to high heat as if you have to pass many times with small barrel.

What are the best curling iron for beach waves?

It is easy to get beachy waves with  1-1/2″ barrel curling irons, check out my recommendations 

Do I need to apply heat protectant before curling my hair?

Applying heat protectant for curling iron is a must anytime you use a hot styling tool 

Curling iron sizes

It is up to you hair and curling hairstyle you want to achieve to decide the sizes of curling irons:

3/8, 5/8, 1/2, 3/4, 1, 1 1/4, 1 1/2, and 2 inch.

How to clean a curling iron?

The process of cleaning a curling iron is quite similar on a flat iron. But if it is sticky with a lot of build-up from burned hair products, it may be tough. Please follow this guide.

How to use a curling iron on short hair?

Follow this tutorial

How to curl long hair with curling iron?

Follow this tutorial

What materials is the curling iron made of and which one should I pick?

Curling irons can be made of ceramic, titanium, chrome, gold, Tourmaline, Teflon and their combination. It depends on your budget and your hair types to pick, often high-quality curing irons are made of gold, titanium and ceramic and tourmaline.



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