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Game Changers: One Option, No Problems -  Sometimes one is all you need. By just having a simple and easy ON/OFF switch that automatically sets your tool to 410°F, you can curl and be out the door in minimal time with long lasting styles. The

Game Changers:

One Option, No Problems -  Sometimes one is all you need. By just having a simple and easy ON/OFF switch that automatically sets your tool to 410°F, you can curl and be out the door in minimal time with long lasting styles. The optimal temperature of 410°F has been tested and determined to be the most universally beneficial temperature for most hair types to be curled safely, while providing optimum curl retention. Sometimes, its better to let the choosing be done for you!

Lots and lots of wand questions lately, both online and in person. Many people ask the same two questions: A) should I get a wand? And if so, B) which wand? We’re here to sort that. We’ve talked about wands and used them in tons of tutorials. (OMG remember when we did the “5 WAYS TO WAND” post?) I personally think everyone should have one no matter how long, short, thick, thin, curly or straight your hair is. Below is a list of 11 wands (and one glove). Find the one that works with your hair/lifestyle and click the link to get the goods. Here we go…

Who here has ever used a wand? Incorporated a wand to their routine? Switched from a curling iron to a wand completely? Would love to hear your experiences and the differences you find between curling and wanding. Most people tell me it’s easier for them to use a wand. Thoughts?

Game Changers:

One Option, No Problems -  Sometimes one is all you need. By just having a simple and easy ON/OFF switch that automatically sets your tool to 410°F, you can curl and be out the door in minimal time with long lasting styles. The optimal temperature of 410°F has been tested and determined to be the most universally beneficial temperature for most hair types to be curled safely, while providing optimum curl retention. Sometimes, its better to let the choosing be done for you!

Lots and lots of wand questions lately, both online and in person. Many people ask the same two questions: A) should I get a wand? And if so, B) which wand? We’re here to sort that. We’ve talked about wands and used them in tons of tutorials. (OMG remember when we did the “5 WAYS TO WAND” post?) I personally think everyone should have one no matter how long, short, thick, thin, curly or straight your hair is. Below is a list of 11 wands (and one glove). Find the one that works with your hair/lifestyle and click the link to get the goods. Here we go…

Who here has ever used a wand? Incorporated a wand to their routine? Switched from a curling iron to a wand completely? Would love to hear your experiences and the differences you find between curling and wanding. Most people tell me it’s easier for them to use a wand. Thoughts?

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Your Pharmacist is Peter Megally, BSc. Pharm RPh
Rexall 1910 St Laurent Blvd Ottawa, ON K1G 1A4

Creating the perfect, natural curl can be a work of art. You know the woman at your office who always arrives looking as if she just woke up with a head full of naturally wavy, bounding and shining curls? Spoiler alert: There’s probably a stellar curling wand involved in her getting ready routine. Sure, these wands can seem scary (definitely wear a glove while using them before you get the hang of it) but the learning curve is easy to master: A few YouTube videos and you’ll be sporting bouncing ringlets with the best of them. Ready to shop? Peruse this list for the best of the best according to our savvy algorithm that’s ours and ours alone. image credit: anthropologie

Game Changers:

One Option, No Problems -  Sometimes one is all you need. By just having a simple and easy ON/OFF switch that automatically sets your tool to 410°F, you can curl and be out the door in minimal time with long lasting styles. The optimal temperature of 410°F has been tested and determined to be the most universally beneficial temperature for most hair types to be curled safely, while providing optimum curl retention. Sometimes, its better to let the choosing be done for you!

Lots and lots of wand questions lately, both online and in person. Many people ask the same two questions: A) should I get a wand? And if so, B) which wand? We’re here to sort that. We’ve talked about wands and used them in tons of tutorials. (OMG remember when we did the “5 WAYS TO WAND” post?) I personally think everyone should have one no matter how long, short, thick, thin, curly or straight your hair is. Below is a list of 11 wands (and one glove). Find the one that works with your hair/lifestyle and click the link to get the goods. Here we go…

Who here has ever used a wand? Incorporated a wand to their routine? Switched from a curling iron to a wand completely? Would love to hear your experiences and the differences you find between curling and wanding. Most people tell me it’s easier for them to use a wand. Thoughts?

OCP Certificate Accreditation # 621944
Your Pharmacist is Peter Megally, BSc. Pharm RPh
Rexall 1910 St Laurent Blvd Ottawa, ON K1G 1A4

Game Changers:

One Option, No Problems -  Sometimes one is all you need. By just having a simple and easy ON/OFF switch that automatically sets your tool to 410°F, you can curl and be out the door in minimal time with long lasting styles. The optimal temperature of 410°F has been tested and determined to be the most universally beneficial temperature for most hair types to be curled safely, while providing optimum curl retention. Sometimes, its better to let the choosing be done for you!

Game Changers:

One Option, No Problems -  Sometimes one is all you need. By just having a simple and easy ON/OFF switch that automatically sets your tool to 410°F, you can curl and be out the door in minimal time with long lasting styles. The optimal temperature of 410°F has been tested and determined to be the most universally beneficial temperature for most hair types to be curled safely, while providing optimum curl retention. Sometimes, its better to let the choosing be done for you!

Lots and lots of wand questions lately, both online and in person. Many people ask the same two questions: A) should I get a wand? And if so, B) which wand? We’re here to sort that. We’ve talked about wands and used them in tons of tutorials. (OMG remember when we did the “5 WAYS TO WAND” post?) I personally think everyone should have one no matter how long, short, thick, thin, curly or straight your hair is. Below is a list of 11 wands (and one glove). Find the one that works with your hair/lifestyle and click the link to get the goods. Here we go…

Who here has ever used a wand? Incorporated a wand to their routine? Switched from a curling iron to a wand completely? Would love to hear your experiences and the differences you find between curling and wanding. Most people tell me it’s easier for them to use a wand. Thoughts?

OCP Certificate Accreditation # 621944
Your Pharmacist is Peter Megally, BSc. Pharm RPh
Rexall 1910 St Laurent Blvd Ottawa, ON K1G 1A4

Creating the perfect, natural curl can be a work of art. You know the woman at your office who always arrives looking as if she just woke up with a head full of naturally wavy, bounding and shining curls? Spoiler alert: There’s probably a stellar curling wand involved in her getting ready routine. Sure, these wands can seem scary (definitely wear a glove while using them before you get the hang of it) but the learning curve is easy to master: A few YouTube videos and you’ll be sporting bouncing ringlets with the best of them. Ready to shop? Peruse this list for the best of the best according to our savvy algorithm that’s ours and ours alone. image credit: anthropologie

Women who want curls also want the best curling wand there is and that means a hair curling tool that’s reliable, affordable and safe for the hair. We’ve researched the best curling wands and irons on the market to find the top five best curling tools to save you the time, effort, and cash.

The choices for these curling tools were based on ratings from professional hairstylists as well as on curling wand reviews culled from Amazon. The criteria for these top five include performance, durability, affordability, compatibility with hair types, and technology used.

If you’re a newbie, this simple but powerful curling iron with numerous convenient features could be the best curling iron for you. Silky smooth curls are easily created with its Pulse Technology’s patented Auto Heat Control that acts as a sensor to quickly regenerate heat for even distribution throughout your hair, making it suitable for all hair types.

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