Velma Hutchinson Curling Wand July 28th, 2018 - 09:50:59
The history of the curling wand can be traced back to the year 1866 when an American born British citizen by the name Hiram Maxim first obtained the patent for the device. Also two Frenchmen Maurice Lentheric and Marcel Grateau could be accredited with first using the concept of applying heated tongs for curling hair by early 1900. Hair curled in this manner also came to be known as Marcel curls or waves. The device invented by Grateau was called Marcel tongs. The advantage of the Marcel tongs over its predecessors was that it gave longer lasting and deeper curls.
It is observed that large beauty salons offer a wide range of beauty treatments and services which makes them to keep different types of equipment in a salon. For example if there is a hair styling service then the process begins with washing the hair of a customer by making them sit on reclining shampoo chair which has a padded support for the neck. Then the customer is moved to a swivel salon chair which is of adjustable heights for getting proper position for a haircut. The style is then finished with a hand held blow dryer and if necessary giving hair rollers with the help of chair dryer. Several other hair styling equipment pieces include flat irons curling wands and hair crimpers.
This will prevent the hair shaft from being damaged. Temperature settings of the curling wand and your Hair type Note that there are different heat settings for curling different hair types.This is more so in case you are using a curling wand having adjustable temperatures. In digitally controlled devices the general rule of thumb is: 1) Low setting (250 F) for delicate fine and color treated hair 2) Medium setting (310 F) for average thick hair 3) Medium high (330 F) for thick and wavy hair 4) High Max (360 to 395 F) for hard to curl or very thick hair. Remember that for consistent styling of hair most top brands of wands today use a surge of power to keep the barrel continuously heated.
The tanning salons use the most expensive equipments but have the least number of salon equipments. Tanning salons keep tanning beds in their salons depending upon the size of the salon which can be anywhere from one or two to dozen and more. The tanning beds work as a capsule in which the salon client is lied down on a tempered surface and then a cover is pulled down over them. To keep the neck and head propped a pillow is also provided which allows the face to tan along with the body tan. Other equipments included in the salons require the client to stand in a tan booth which looks like an apparatus.