My hair used to be super curly, though I could never get my hair to hold curl from a curling iron. When I hit the age of about 24 I noticed that I lost most of the curl in my hair. It’s been quite difficult because I’m not really sure how to style my hair anymore – Thanks, hormones! What I didn’t know is that now that my hair has changed, I can actually get curl from a curling iron to stick! I don’t know when that changed happened, but I’m just discovering this at 28 years old.

I’ve been dabbling into styling my hair now. I’m learning and watching tutorials online because it’s not like I grew up doing this over and over. I recently bought this conical iron. <-- Clickable link This curling iron gets super hot. No joke. Like, over 400 degrees. Insane! I don’t, obviously, use the highest setting because, you know, we’ve all seen that video and I’m scared. (If you don’t know the video I’m referring to, please CLICK HERE.)

What I don’t like: Nothing, really! I love this thing!

What I do like: I like that it holds its heat and that it’s consistent throughout the whole curl. I love everything about this iron.

Would I recommend this to a friend? Yes!

Would I buy this again? I hope I don’t have to!

I think it works pretty awesome!
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