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justdoingme 01-03-2013 09:23 AM

Curling Wand Question
 
Right, so i recently bought a curling wand which i love. I like to curl my bangs back with it, and like to touch up curls with it on the second day. Will this make my hair dry and damaged. I wear leave in, i wash my hair with shampoo rarely, and i deep condition over night fairly often. Will this put back in the moisture I may take out with the wand? I use the lowest heat, and i only use it on a few curls. Please answer. Thanks.

ps. my hair seems to be in good health at the moment, don't have many split ends and it's quite shiny, and i think it's low porosity

Houseofcurls 01-03-2013 09:29 AM

I think with any heat there is going to be damage, but it sounds like you are doing all you can to minimize it. If it makes it look good, and you are doing it every other day or so, I say no big deal. All of this stuff is good, but you have to be happy with how it looks, and so, go for it.

Morgan_Adcock 01-04-2013 03:33 PM

I think the Q-Redew, which is a vapor wand for hair, would be better for your hair. It puts moisture back into your hair, encouraging the curls to bounce back. I've had one for about a month, and have been really pleased with how well it works for my hair.


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