Reddit Reddit reviews REMINGTON Pro ½”-1” Pearl Ceramic Conical Curling Wand, Digital Controls + 10 Heat Settings, Black/Pink, CI95AC4

We found 15 Reddit comments about REMINGTON Pro ½”-1” Pearl Ceramic Conical Curling Wand, Digital Controls + 10 Heat Settings, Black/Pink, CI95AC4. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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REMINGTON Pro ½”-1” Pearl Ceramic Conical Curling Wand, Digital Controls + 10 Heat Settings, Black/Pink, CI95AC4
½ 1 Slim Conical Barrel Creates Natural WavesProfessional Pearl Ceramic for Less Damage and Fast, Salon ResultsCeramic Coating Even, Consistent Heat. Heat up time is 30 secondsCrushed Pearl Infused Barrel for Smooth, Frizz Free Waves410°F High Heat for Fast ResultsVolt: 60 Hertz
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15 Reddit comments about REMINGTON Pro ½”-1” Pearl Ceramic Conical Curling Wand, Digital Controls + 10 Heat Settings, Black/Pink, CI95AC4:

u/peachandcopper · 5 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I have this curl wand. This is the only wand I've found that makes my hair hold the curl. I don't even have to use hair spray! And the curls last until the next day. I actually have the waving wand too and love that as well.

u/[deleted] · 4 pointsr/FancyFollicles

Thank you! I use a curling wand. It's incredibly quick and easy too! Best purchase I ever made for my hair, hands down.

u/julia_adams · 4 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

This one. It came with a "heat-protective" glove which is just a thin glove you put on the hand you're wrapping your hair around the barrel with. I have already lost the one that came with the wand and just use a normal cotton glove, which works better because it's a lot thicker.

u/nobueno1 · 3 pointsr/FancyFollicles

I have thin hair and the wand I use is a Remington CI95AC Salon Collection Pearl Digital Ceramic Curling Wand 1/2-1 Inch

For the price it's not bad at all.

If you want to go a little more expensive route, I've never used this but just watched a video on it and now I want it Nume styling set

There's also a Groupon for the same Nume set but cheaper

Not the best pic [but I'm the one in the right with blonde hair](Curls and that's using the cheaper Curling wand.

Here's one more of when I curled my hair with the Remington

u/goingbawkerz · 3 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

Please don't apologize!! It's Remington Digital Curling Wand - It's only 20 bucks!

u/wickvit1 · 3 pointsr/thebachelor

I would recommend using a curling wand instead of a curling iron. I wear my hair the same way and with extensions as well (yes, she definitely has extensions).

The curling wand that Kaitlyn and others advertise with promo codes is actually a really good one, but you can even get a cheap conair version at CVS and achieve the same look. I have this one:

u/TrollznLolz · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I've gifted more than 60 people. Some of my gifted posts have multiple giftees (due to add-ons or I didn't want to clog the newsfeed) :)

Now you know, and knowing is half the battle.

How cute!

My item please!

u/stoltesawa · 2 pointsr/FancyFollicles

OK. I think our hair types are similar. I now have long hair, but I've been growing it out from a pixie cut for a little under two years, so I've recently experienced the frustration of not knowing how to style mid-length hair. After a lot of research, here's what I've found works well for me at most lengths:

  • Clarifying shampoo. My hair gets stringy throughout the day, and if you start out with buildup from products and pollution, that's only going to exacerbate the problem. Using a clarifying shampoo basically gives you a clean slate every day. I use this Neutrogena stuff, but any old brand will do.
  • Paul Mitchell 'The Conditioner' Leave-In Treatment. This is the only conditioner I use, and I use it no more than twice a week. It's a high-protein leave-in treatment and it makes my hair feel strong and smooth, but my stylist warned that using it too often can dry out your strands.
  • Joico JoiLotion (formerly Joico I.C.E.) Sculpting Lotion. If I'm planning to style my hair, I'll use a little of this with The Conditioner. It gives a really nice shiny depth to my strands and it adds a little extra support to styles.

    When I use all this stuff in a blow-dry routine (I use a newer Conair hairdryer with a cool shot button and a 2" stiff-bristle round brush), my hair looks awesome all day, and taking those steps also prep your hair for more complex 'dos. (Really, though, you're passing a lot of dirt and grease into your locks with your hands, so you should try to break the habit of playing with your hair all the time.)

    As far as styles go, I found the tutorials at Hair Romance inspiring. Her e-book, "30 Hairstyles in 30 Days", is $10 and has great step-by-steps and instructions for many useful techniques that I've used to create original styles. FYI, her hair is on the thicker side and has a lot of texture, so you might want to do as I did and acquire and learn to use the following:

  • Teasing comb and styling brushes. As long as your hair is healthy, this is the best way to add lasting volume to your hair at the root and create the illusion of having more and longer hair in ponytails and updos. If you can master teasing, you can get away with many styles that otherwise would only work with longer hair. (It's also a must for over-the-top 'dos for Hallowe'en!)
  • Texturizing products like OSiS Dust It! Mattifying Powder and ABL Pre Game sea salt spray. They'll help your hair grab onto itself and add extra hold without weighing down fine hair.
  • Small barrel clipless curling wand. I just picked up this Remington on the cheap at Target; I don't expect it to last forever, but it gets up to high heat (400+) and the texture lasts about three days without washing (respectively, curly; very wavy; somewhat wavy).

    There are lots of great hair tutorials around the internet, too. Google around, or search "DIY hair" and "hair tutorial" on Pinterest. Go nuts!

    Whew! I know there's a lot here, so let me know if you have questions. Good luck!
u/kerrebou · 2 pointsr/FancyFollicles

It's a Remington I bought on amazon.
Here it is!
Link to curler

u/madelineqi · 2 pointsr/pics

Thank you! I curled it with a small curling wand and I used Pulp Riot color to color it.

[Here's the exact curling wand I used](Remington Pro ½-1” Curling Wand with Pearl Ceramic Technology, CI95AC4

u/pizza_rolls · 1 pointr/Hair

For these pictures I mostly used this.

But if you only want one size, I like this. Lots of temperatures so you can switch between waves and tighter curls.

u/MovesLikePepper · 1 pointr/MakeupAddiction

I used a curling wand and then just sort of brushed through the curls with my fingers. Since I have smaller curls, I blew my hair dry so it wasn't curled up, just sort of a frizzy mess before I curled it.

u/I_See_Dead_Redditors · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I am a zebra on the inside haha

And I used a Wand :D

Thank you :D

u/heyredridinghood · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Its on your list but dang girl you should get a WiiU or the Zelda 3DS XL. drools

$20 item

n_n Thanks for the contest!