Bed Head is a one-stop resource for hair care products for both men and women. Bed Head products are distributed by TIGI Linea, a brand owned by the colossal Unilever company. Its products feature next-level technology to keep you looking fresh all day.
The Bed Head Deep Waver is the essential hair product for desirable waves. It heats up to about 400 degrees in about 30 seconds and creates waves that can see you through your busy day.
Here are some of the Deep Waver’s features:
You can try the purple BH336 for a tousled or defined look, or the BH330 for shiny "S" waves.
Remington started out as a firearms company, but occasionally developed and produced other products such as sewing machines. In 1994, Remington bought Clairol, a personal care appliance company. Remington remains one of the most trusted brands in personal care appliances to date.
The Remington S7280 is full of cool features that make this tool worth a look. Everything from its 60-minute auto shut off to the steam vents make this a powerful tool to have.
Have a look at some of the features that come with the S7280:
Hot Tools is a wide array of personal hair care tools by Helen of Troy. Established in El Paso in 1968, this company has grown to be one of the world’s biggest hair care brands, employing over 1250 people.
Hot Tools continues the strong reputation of equally impressive hot irons that preceded it. The gentle far-infrared heat and negative ions and cool tips make this iron super-efficient, yet easy to handle.
Take a look at some of its features:
The Hot Tools website is full of useful videos on how to use its products.
Conair has grown from a barely noticeable small hair appliance and hair care company in the late 1950s to a world leader in hair care, grooming, home care and personal health products. With a wide presence in over six regions, Conair remains a trusted partner for men and women worldwide.
The Conair Infiniti Pro is a functional waver that makes quick work of turning your hair from looking average to being a majestic wave. It uses steam to infuse moisture into the hair, and the ceramic build ensures there are no hot spots.
Here are some of its features:
Gold N' Hot has been in the hair business for two and a half decades, specializing in products that keep your hair looking good without compromising on the state of the hair. It's widely trusted, as its products are ideal even for little girls.
The Gold Tone is a lightweight product that has been hailed as easy to use and highly effective by most people who have used it. It heats up pretty quickly and does a fast job, so you can glam up properly when you have a bit of time on your side.
These are some of its features:
When your hair looks good, you feel good. There’s no better feeling than leaving the salon with bouncy, energized hair. Once in a while, you need a quick hair fix at home and you want it to be as glamorous as the salon version. Every woman should have a quality hair dryer at home to quickly blow out moisture after you shower. In addition to this, you can get a good ceramic flat iron if you prefer straight flowing hair. For those into waves reminiscent of a breezy ocean, go for a hair crimper, also referred to a hair waver. All these hair appliances will allow you to quickly look glam without ripping your purse apart. By the way, in case you didn’t know it, many flat irons come with exchangeable plates so you can use them to put different styles of waves and curls in your hair.
The best hair crimper is one that has a fast heating potential because the secret to great soft waves is the ease with which the waver heats up. Unlike old school hair crimpers that were bulky and slow to heat, modern brands have embraced light weight hair crimpers that make styling your hair a walk in the park. Good hair crimpers can quickly reach high temperatures of between 400°F and 437°F.
The steam capability of the hair crimper is also an important consideration since hydrated hair looks fuller on the head. Wavy hair is the in thing nowadays and everyone wants luxurious looking curls on their heads – hence the increased popularity of hair crimpers. With the right hair crimper, you won’t need to hide your frizzy hair using an old baseball cap.
If you are looking to replace that curling iron you bought in the 90’s, you can get yourself a stylish ceramic crimper that safely crimps your hair with nil damage. There are models made of titanium but they tend to be heavy and uncomfortable on the hand.
Regardless of your budget, there’s a wide variety of hair crimpers for you to choose from. You will pay more for a crimper that has exclusive pulse tools technology due to its ability to safely crimp your hair with nil damage. The common price range of hair crimpers is $23 to $40 depending on the unique features the crimper possesses – but there are also higher end, professional crimpers that can cost double that or more, such as ones that use ceramic and ionic technology.
Some of the things affecting price include hydration features in the hair crimper as those with steaming capability are a bit more expensive. You will pay a few more bucks for a hair crimper with an auto heat turn off compared to those that lack this feature. If you have a limited budget, there are less expensive hair crimpers in the market that not only reach high temperatures but are light and easy to use. But beware of cheap hair crimpers because not only do they tend to not be as durable, but they can also cause damage to your hair or burn your fingers – the exact opposite of what you want!!
When shopping for a hair crimper, there are important features to look out for to ensure you get a product that leaves your hair looking lustrous and free from frizz. Outlined are the key features to put into consideration:
Having pointed out the most important features, let’s elaborate further on some of the highlighted components of a hair crimper that will help you further in your decision
When shopping around, you will notice most hair crimpers come with ceramic plates but there also are some with titanium plates. Ceramic plates are preferred by many because they are light compared to titanium which is quite heavy – but others like titanium because they get better performance with them – especially if they feature ionic technology (most higher quality ceramic plates have this as well). However, you may also find crimpers which are gold plated.
The most common feature in all hair crimpers is the heat control settings although the ability to set the heat may vary with some having only two ways to control heat while others have 30 heat settings. For hair crimpers with hydration ability, they possess settings to control the steam. Hydration allows your waves to look fuller.
The temperatures a hair crimper reaches are also important with majority of them quickly reaching 437°F. Ensure your preferred hair crimper has a high heating potential because that will result in better looking, soft waves. Most hair crimpers have a consumption of 220 volts but there are those whose consumption is 120 volts due to the limited features they have.
You do not need to be a seasoned hair dresser to produce lustrous wavy curls using a hair crimper. Just plug the crimper to a power source, set the heat and start working the hair. Most hair crimpers have a quick heat-up time and a lock switch when you are done crimping. You will want to choose a hair crimper that is lightweight and less bulky allowing you to quickly and easily style your hair. Without going into “technical details,” we also recommend looking for crimpers that feature ionic technology that will help to lock moisture into you hair, rather than drying it out.