Elnora Wooten Curling Iron September 07th, 2018 - 23:53:35
Curling short hair is difficult because for an ideal curl the hair needs to wrap around the iron at least two times. If your hair is shorter than this you will find that the iron can at most give you a bend not a curl (which nevertheless looks quite attractive). The shorter your hair the smaller the barrel of the curling iron should be. To curl short hair start off from the front of your head separating your hair into sections. The sections shouldnt be more than 1 inch wide though this will vary with the length of your hair. To effectively curl very short hair you will need to take sections that are less than 1/2 inch wide. As a rule of the thumb keep your sections smaller than the barrel of your curling iron.
Even if you are blessed with curly hair you can make it more defined and professional by styling it with a curling rod. Since women of today are all career oriented they are looking for something that can be kept with them in their purse so that they can make use of it even when in their office. Travel curling irons are designed for the same purpose. It enables you to enhance your curls before an urgent business conference or a client appointment. Thus it has become a convenient and handy tool for anyone to be used anytime.
One of the unique things regarding this BaByliss curling tool is its barrel infused with ceramic and nano titanium properties. As mentioned earlier titanium helps to derive a hair that is not only static free but also healthy. To add to the high performance of this curling it contains in it the elements of ceramic properties that help for stable and even distribution of heat across the hair elimination of damaging spots and efficient heat retention. Further the amazing integration of ceramic and nano titanium leads to the increased generation of negative ions and far infrared rays a kind of natural source of energy that help to lock in hairs natural moisture and retain its natural shine and appearance. As an outcome it promotes for an extra ordinary hair styling results.
Through time there have been many methods devised to curl hair and to keep the curl in place. For example in 1906 Charles L. Nessler a German hairdresser working in London applied a borax paste and curled hair with an iron to produce the first permanent waves. This costly process took twelve hours. Eight years later Eugene Sutter adapted the method by creating a dryer containing twenty heaters to do the job of waving more efficiently. Sutter was followed by Gaston Boudou who modified Sutters dryer and invented an automatic roller. By 1920 Rambaud a Paris beautician had perfected a system of curling and drying permed hair for softer looser curls by using an electric hot-air dryer an innovation of the period made by the Racine Universal Motor Company of Racine Wisconsin. A significant breakthrough came in 1945 when French chemist Eugene Schueller of LOréal laboratories combined the action of thioglycolic acid with hydrogen peroxide to produce the first cold permanent wave which was cheaper and faster than the earlier hot processes. To control the amount of curl varying diameter of rods were used for rolling. Technology to hold hair in place was advanced in 1960 when LOréal laboratories introduced a polymer hair spray to serve as an invisible net.