Cool, right?! My pre-teen daughter and I had some fun together doing our hair, and she was a pro at using the Curl Secret! It’s so easy, and she couldn’t burn herself, so I had no worries about letting her use it herself to create her own hairstyle.
Here’s a step by step tutorial to show you how to get those beautiful curls you always wanted:
1. Turn on the Conair Curl Secret. It’s ready to go once the temperature indicator light stops blinking (which only takes a minute or two).
Decide what type of curl you would like- tight spiral curls, or bigger curls or waves. For tight curls, turn the setting on the appliance to high, and the 10 or 12 second timer setting. For looser curls or waves, use the low setting, and 8 or 10 second timer setting. Try out different combinations and see which settings you prefer for your hair to achieve the look that you love!
2. Completely brush your hair, making sure it is nice and smooth. Take a small 1/2 inch- 1 inch section of hair. Place the styler where you want the curl to start on your hair, making sure that opening of the curl chamber (the circle part) is facing toward the head. Place the brushed section of hair into the hair guide of the machine, let go of the hair, and close the handle. Be amazed as your hair is automatically taken into the curl chamber!
3. The machine will beep four times, and after the fourth beep, simply release the hair by opening up the Curl Secret, and release your pretty curled hair! Repeat with the rest of your hair. No burnt fingers, no hour spent on curls that don’t last… these curls are easy, long lasting, and fast! I spent only 15 minutes curling my entire head, and less than 15 minutes curling my daughter’s hair. Simply amazing!!
I am absolutely in LOVE with the Conair Curl Secret, and think it’s a steal at $99 at Walmart. For less than it costs for a cut and color for my hair, I can have multiple new hairstyles and transform my look many times with the Curl Secret. An extra bonus to buying it at Walmart is they offered me a two year warranty on the appliance for only $9, so that if anything happens to the machine for two years, I can get a replacement. Love that!
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