As a girl with fine, and often flat looking hair, I hardly ever wear it straight. It just lacks any sort of volume! So why am I talking about a hair straightener today? Because it’s my new favourite way of putting wave or curls into my hair!
Irresistible Me was kind enough to send over their Diamond Hair Straightener for me to test out and review, and I honestly don’t think I have one negative thing to say about it. I’ve been playing around with it for a couple of weeks, and it’s been the only hair tool I’ve been reaching for! So if you’re in the market for a new flat iron, I highly recommend you check this one out.
Packaging: The Diamond Hair Straightener comes in a sleek black, professional looking case. Inside, you will find a list of features and an instruction booklet. I love the fun red colour!
Price: $149 USD. You can also receive free shipping when you spend over $150.
-Digital heat display. Pick the best setting for your hair type! Heat ranges from 260 degrees to 450 degrees.
-Buttons are placed on the inside, so you don’t accidentally change the setting.
-Thumb print and cool tips so you won’t burn your fingers.
-15 second heat up time. Incredibly fast!
-Shuts down after 30 minutes.
-360 degree swivel cord
I love having long hair, but after having my Son, I lost a ton of it which left it looking a little lifeless. Although sometimes I really consider chopping it off, I know I would regret it! Plus, my husband loves my long hair.
So in attempt to give my hair a bit more volume, I love creating these easy flat iron curls that help it look fuller and last for days! It’s a quick and easy hairstyle that can instantly change your look, and I always get compliments on these curls.
To create these curls, all you need to do is take approximately 1in sections of hair between the plates of the straightener and turn it one full turn away from your face. Slowly slide the iron to the ends of your hair and voila! A beautiful curl!
If you want loser curls, you can take bigger sections of hair, and if you want even more volume, you can section off the top and bottom to create some more oomph!
Do you prefer curling your hair with a flat iron, curling wand or traditional curling iron?
Thanks for reading!