Luxcurly Lux Natural Curling Iron review

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My hair does not curl. It’s just a fact of life that I’ve accepted over the years – I’ve tried curling with a straightener, with regular curling tongs, wire curlers, you name it – my hair just wants nothing to do with it. I recently tried sleeping in sponge curlers – as well as looking really dumb, it somehow actually straightened my hair out more (wut). Nigel Stanislaus was at an event with me once and managed to coax my hair into staying curled for two days using a hair straightener on the highest setting, but I don’t have him on standby and anyhoo, I’m afraid to try again because I’m pretty sure the heat would destroy my hair.

So with this tragic pursuit of hair movement, I was ridiculously excited when I heard about Luxcurly. Luxcurly was invented by an Asian, and has an auto rotating function, which means you don’t kill your arms trying to curl your hair, and it’s a lot harder to burn yourself. It’s a lot less intimidating than the new autocurlers that suck your hair into a hole, possibly never to return – your hair remains on the outside of the wand, you just don’t need to fiddle around with twisting the wand. It’s genius!

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