For Curling Iron - Size does matter. So follow this quick guide to get that results you always been dreaming for.
This tiny barrel creates tight ringlets, making it ideal for re-creating retro hairstyles. Curl one-inch sections toward your face and brush them out with a boar-bristle paddle brush for 1920s-style finger waves.
This small size is perfect for touching up naturally curly hair.
It's the perfect size because it allows you to wrap hair around the barrel securely, but not so many times that you'll end up with a supertight spiral. It's also incredibly versatile.
If you've ever lusted after glamorous, Kardashian-style waves, you need a one-and-a-quarter-inch iron in your life. The larger barrel creates big, voluminous waves and works on medium to long hair.
This size works best to give long, heavy hair some lift at the roots. Rush recommends taking five sections along the top of the head, curling them with the iron parallel to the ground, and setting the curls with clips.
The large barrel will give your hair one bend through the lengths—maybe two, depending on how long your hair is.
A two-inch barrel is approximately the same size as a typical round brush, making this jumbo iron a great way to fake a blowout. Rush recommends rough-drying the whole head, then wrapping big sections of hair around the barrel to smooth out the lengths and create a subtle kick at the ends.
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