- 1 Does the InStyler really work?
- 2 Can you curl your hair with an InStyler?
- 3 Can InStyler damage hair?
- 4 Can I use InStyler on wet hair?
- 5 What is the difference between InStyler and InStyler Max?
- 6 How do I get my straight hair to hold a curl?
- 7 Do you use texturizing spray before or after curling?
- 8 Why does my hair not hold a curl?
Does the InStyler really work?
Overall Impression of the InStyler Straighten even the toughest, most coarse hair—and still get fullness and style without the stick-straight ‘flatness’ of a flat iron. Actually, I didn’t feel that the InStyler was any faster than a flat iron or curling iron. Effective: yes.
Can you curl your hair with an InStyler?
The Instyler is a rotating curling iron that can give your hair a ton of volume and lift without a lot of work. Curling your hair with the Instyler is super easy, and you can choose between tight ringlets or soft, beachy waves.
Can InStyler damage hair?
Pros and Cons found on the InStyler Does not damage your hair. A flat iron if not use correctly can easily damage your hair. You can get that fried hair smell quickly if you are not paying attention.
Can I use InStyler on wet hair?
The InStyler is not to be used on wet hair. The Wet to Dry InStyler is designed to help you save time blow drying your hair, but it shouldn’t be used on completely wet hair. Towel dry your hair thoroughly. You will become more efficient at styling your hair each time you use your InStyler.
What is the difference between InStyler and InStyler Max?
The new MAX still uses tourmaline ceramic smoothing plates as the original and you can still do your straightening, soft curls, root boost and flip out the bottom, and has the auto safety shut-off, but there are a few new traits they have added with the new one so let’s compare a few key ones.
How do I get my straight hair to hold a curl?
Wrap one-inch sections of hair around the iron, “holding longer than you think you would need to,” then release the curl into your palm for a few seconds while it cools. You can also clip each warm coil to your head to really make sure your hair holds the curl, though it will take you a bit more time.
Do you use texturizing spray before or after curling?
It is recommended to use a texture spray after curling hair. Dry texturizing spray contains a holding element that helps curls to keep their shape and last longer. It’s a wonderful substitute for hairspray because it adds light and breezy volume without making curls sticky or crunchy.
Why does my hair not hold a curl?
“If there is still moisture in the hair when you use a curling iron, it will not curl as well, and the curls will eventually drop out,” says Huffnagle. To make sure your hair is fully dry before you curl it, blast it with cool air from your blow-dryer, then run your fingers through.