The summer is a very tricky season for me and my hair. No matter how cute my locks look indoors, with the increased heat and humidity, they turn into a pile of frizz within minutes of stepping outside. Since my hair is fine and board straight on its own, I've learned that it battles the frizzies and flyaways better if I put some curl to it as well as a few pumps of setting spray.
John Frieda is one of the leading manufacturers of anything and everything related to making your hair look fabulous. Recently, I had the chance to review two new curling irons, perfect for this sultry season. Keep reading to learn more!
1.25" Barrel Frizz-Ease Loose Curls Curling Iron which retails for $29.99, but is currently on sale for $23.97 with FREE SHIPPING
1-1.5" Barrel Frizz-Ease Wavy Curls Conical Curling Iron which retails for $39.99
You define your look then let John Frieda define your hair. The two new additions to the John Frieda styling tools collection are perfect for providing just the right amount of curl to your tresses. The 1.25" barrel of the Frizz-Ease Loose Curls Curling Iron offers more of a uniform curl throughout as well as ultra-high heat levels to lock your style in place.
Within 30 seconds, the LED temperature setting will read up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. This model even comes complete with a protective heat mat for safe storage and an auto-off feature for extra safety.
Because of the high heat, you may be worried that this curling iron will end up damaging your hair. That's why the barrel of this premium curling iron is coated with a combination of the best materials for styling. A fusion of titanium and ceramic evenly distributes heat to gently style and protect hair from damaging hot spots.
The Instant Heat Technology even offers 11 ultra-high temperature settings, making sure that there is a temperature range that's gentle and safe for every type of hair.
The John Frieda Frizz-Ease Conical Curling Iron by Conair offers the same protective titanium ceramic coating to its 1 to 1.5" conical-shaped barrel as the Loose Curls Curling Iron. It will also heat up in just 30-seconds with an auto-shutoff safety feature and swivel cord.
The Conical Curling Iron delivers a much softer wave of a curl versus the more traditional loose curls curling iron. I actually prefer the look of the conical curling iron and love the softly tousled wave it adds to my hair. Thanks to the advanced ionic conditioning offered by both tools, I no longer have to worry about the flyaways and frizzies as much and can handle even the most humid Houston weather in style.
The other major difference between these two curling irons is that the Conical Curling Iron is completely clamp-free. The good news about this feature is that you can get instant style with no kinks. The bad news is, you might not get the ends of your hair curled very well or you might end up with a few scorched fingertips.
If you want to update your summer look to work WITH the heat and humidity instead of against it, let the John Frieda Frizz-Ease line of styling tools by Conair condition your locks with advanced ionic technology and totally transform that frizzy, dull, flyaway hair into something beautiful!
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Disclosure: I received the Loose Curls (1.25" barrel) and Wavy Curls (1-1.5" barrel) Styling Tools from John Frieda in order to facilitate my review. No other compensation was received. This product review is based on my own personal experiences with this item and is completely honest and objective.
I'm a former 7th grade Science teacher turned stay-at-home mom that lives in Houston, Texas. I am married to my college sweetheart and have a beautiful daughter named Riley, who definitely keeps me on my toes! I am also involved in starting a small business which would both manufacture and sell an invention that I've patented, called Toothpaste 2 Go. I love interacting with my readers and hope to learn as much about you as you learn about me!