Not everyone has natural curly hair, but that does not stop many people who wish they could achieve these results. Therefore, you need the best curling iron for the task. Here are our favorites.
Knowing which ripple iron for you is not always as straight forward as you would expect. For one thing, you need to consider whether you want ceramics, tourmaline or titanium technology. Typically, ceramic tiles are good for cutting down frizz, as well as speed because they heat up quickly and evenly than other alternatives.
However, tourmaline is good if you want to build up the volume in your hair or need to help your hair look a bit shinier and smoother than it can handle naturally. Titanium is the lesser known variety but it is good to handle rough hair effectively without damaging it.
Different hair lengths also require another crucible with the longer the hair the longer the curling iron must be so that you can cure the hair in a continuous spiral around it. Reason, how?
No matter what type of hair you have, we have a jar for you. Here is our choice of gang.
Best Overall: Xtava 5 in 1 Professional Curling Wand and Curling Iron Set ($ 40)
for an all-in-one kind solution? Buy Xtava 5 in 1 Professional Curling Wand and Curling Iron set. There are 5 different curls of different lengths, with clamps as well as a heat-resistant glove.
Whether you have short hair or long hair, there's a barrel here for you. In any case, they use turmaline technology so that your hair looks shiny and vibrant. Precise digital temperature controls mean that you can change the temperature of the curling rod depending on whether the hair is fine, thick or somewhere in between. At any time, you can check the LCD screen to see what the temperature is and adjust it accordingly. It is a perfect package if you change your hairstyle and length regularly.
Best for long hair: Anjou Curling Iron ($ 28)
Long hair means you need a longer jar. Anjou Curling Iron is the best of the gang. At 1.5 inches long you do not have to worry about missing anything when you curl your hair. It is a ceramic-based jar, so it is perfect for us with thick hair and no need to make it bigger.
The iron heats up to 410F in just 60 seconds so you can work quickly. Don't worry – if you want to change the temperature, it is easy to adjust between 200F and 410F so that the iron fits fine and normal hair as well as thicker locks.
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Best for thick hair: Hot Tools Signature Series Curling Iron ($ 40)
Having thick hair is at the same time wonderful and a hassle, depending on how much time you want to commit to keep it. The Hot Tools Signature Series Curling Iron is something to help you.
One of the most important issues for thick-haired people is that the curls just don't last long. This is not the case with this curling iron. Long-term results are easy to achieve thanks to the use of 24k gold plating on the surface instead of ceramics or tourmaline and its high temperature threshold. A high speed of up to 430F means that the effect is seen directly through your hair, no matter how thick it may be.
Best for short hair: BabyBlissPRO Nano Titanium Spring Curling Iron ($ 50)
If you have short hair, the last thing you need is a long curling iron. It only asks that you inadvertently burn your face while using it. Buy BabyBlissPRO Nano Titanium Spring Curling Iron, and your short, delicate locks will still be easy to curl.
It uses titanium so it is perfect for fine or coarse hair that can easily be damaged by other curling iron. 50 heat settings are available so you can call it right, plus it's only 1 1/4 inch so it's hardly awkward. Expect some cute little curls when using this device and curls that stay too.
Best For Waves: Infiniti Pro by Conair Nano Tourmaline Ceramic Curling Iron ($ 24)
Wavy curls are one of the best looks you can achieve with a curling iron. Infiniti Pro by Conair Nano Tourmaline Ceramic Curling Iron does a great job of helping you achieve it. You can easily create loose or tight curls with it with its turmaline technology, so that frizz won't be a problem.
The iron heats up to 400F so this is not ideal for thick hair, but for everyone else it creates long lasting results. It takes just 30 seconds to warm up with 5 different available LED heat settings. There is also a heat transfer which is useful if you are a bit clumsy at times.
Best Automatic Curling Iron: Kiss Ceramic Instawave 1 "Automatic Curling Iron ($ 50)
] Love the idea of having curls in your hair, but don't want to do it Kiss Ceramic Instawave 1 "Automatic Curling Iron is the gadget for you. It is automatic so basically you place it among your hair and it does the rest for you. You simply move it to the next place you want a curl and so on. It also melts and staples the hair when you walk and saves you some work.
The ceramic technology makes it a bit of an all-round, if you don't have particularly rough hair. In addition, it is heated to 420F which is good for most hair types.
Best Curling Iron Brush: PHOEBE Curling Iron Brush ($ 33)
A curling brush is a good alternative. a great option if you are in the rush but want to add some curls to your hairstyle. PHOEBE Curling Iron Brush is the best of the gang. Just hook it up and run it through your hair, choose to either curl, straighten or simply use it as a regular comb.
It uses a ceramic tourmaline for the best of both worlds, with temperature controls available for between 265F and 430F. The thicker your hair, the higher it should go, as with the other iron here. If you are short on time this is a good iron to use. It is also small enough to throw in the bag when traveling easily.