Hold your hair in place around the barrel of the wand for 5 to 15 seconds, depending on how thick your hair is (longer time is necessary for thick hair), and then release the hair by pulling the curling wand directly up. Catch the resulting curl in your hand and hold it in place for a moment while it cools, and then gently lay it down.
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How do you use a curling wand?
To use a curling wand, take a strand of hair about an inch wide and hold your curling wand vertically at the side of your head. Starting with the tips, wrap your hair around the wand.
How hot does a ceramic curling wand get?
This ceramic wand heats up to 410 degrees Fahrenheit allowing it to curl even the thickest hair and create a long-lasting style. Cut the cord and pick up this easy-to-use cordless curling wand, perfect for travel.
How long should you curl your hair with a curl wand?
It depends on the temperature of the wand, how long your hair is, how large of a section you’re curling, and the effect you’re going for. If you have medium or long hair and are aiming for soft waves, five seconds is usually plenty for a one-inch piece of hair at a high temp. For slightly tighter curls, you can add one or two seconds.
What is the difference between a curling wand and an iron?
Unlike traditional curling irons, the barrel of a curling wand is usually clampless, which makes for more natural-looking curls and waves. Also, some barrels are tapered, while others have a consistent thickness. Tapered options tend to deliver looser curls, whereas straight barrels create more defined spirals.