The countdown to Christmas begins and it should start by using our Shine Up Beach Waver for all your holiday party invitations. This step-by-step hair guide will help you look incredible by leaving your hair prepped and glamorous for the best of times as the most festive and fantastic version of yourself gets ready to flaunt the holidays away! Our 3 barrel ceramic hair curler has an adjustable temperature, LCD display and dual voltage for fast heating. The tourmaline ceramic barrels help create Shiny & Perfect Waves without frizz giving your hair healthy, luxurious waves all day long that are soft to the touch. As you can see I use it on my natural hair and I have no guilt using it because of the ceramic plates; it’s safe and my hair never burns just leaves it silky and healthy with every use.
Each barrel measures 1 inch in diameter. Adjustable Temperature Setting; the 3 ring barrel iron temp runs from 80℃ to 230℃ -176℉ to 446℉. Use lower for soft hair. And higher for straight thick hair. PTC Heating Element, It gets hot very quickly, and takes about 40 seconds for the temperature to rise to 180℃（ 356 ℉）, Creates beautiful soft wavy hair with very little effort and instantly gives a shine you cannot even imagine. Cuts curling time in half and it holds waves much longer!
For a flatter, more relaxed look, hold the waver VERTICALLY as you wave your hair. Start at the roots and clamp the tool on small sections of hair, holding for just a few seconds before moving down towards your ends. This will create waves that lay flat in an S shape from side to side. For an even more loose, natural look, leave an inch or so straight at the roots and the ends.
For a bigger, more voluminous look, hold the waver HORIZONTALLY as you wave your hair. Again, start at the roots and clamp the tool on small sections of hair, holding for just a few seconds before moving down towards your ends. This creates a more defined wave that gives your hair a ton of body and movement, which I like around my face and the top of my hair. 🤍SHOP👉🏽HAIRCARE🤍NEW