Hair Tools I Love
The Bio Ionic Long Barrel Curling iron is a high speed iron for long hair. It’s shocking how fast I can curl an entire head of long thick hair with this iron, the barrel is extra long and the hair just glides through smoothing and curling at the same time, eliminating the need to do a perfect blow dry. This iron is made with volcanic minerals that add shine and make the hair feel silky smooth.
Warning: This iron is only for long hair, if you have above the shoulder hair it can be very awkward to hold onto and the chances of burning yourself or whacking yourself on the head are high!
1” is good for someone with curly hair to help define and blend the curls
1 1/4” is good for everyone giving a beautiful curl or wave
The BaByliss Pro Titanium Curling Iron is my new favorite for anyone with short to mid length hair, a few inches below the shoulder. The amazing thing about the new style of curling irons on the market is that they function as a smoothing iron as well as a curling iron. The BaBybliss Pro has a titanium/ceramic barrel that is a lot like the teflon coating on a nonstick pan. You can gently pull the hair through the clip while giving as much or as little curl as you want. This is a game changer for us in the humid south! The negative ions also add beautiful shine to your hair.
1” for hair above the shoulder
1 1/4” for hair at the shoulder or a few inches below
The Bio Ionic Powerlight Dryer is a good all around hair dryer. It’s powerful at 1875w and is light weight, so you can hold it up above your head if needed to get volume. I had the BaByliss Ferrari dryer and it’s very powerful, but it’s so heavy that my arms would be too tired to hold it up above my head to finish my blow dry.
The Bio Ionic dryer also has the smoothing power of ions to keep your hair from getting frizzy and keeping static out, this might seem crazy but it really does work to smooth the hair.
Another thing I love about the dryer is the amazing warranty, since I use mine all day this comes in handy for me, I recently had to send it back to the company because after 3 years and about 2500 drying hours mine started acting up (for us hair stylists our dryers usually only last about 1 year) I did some number crunching and for the average person it would take more than 20 years before you would put the amount of wear on it that I do. The company sent me a brand new dryer no questions asked for just the cost of shipping!!!