I’ve been curling my hair for as long as I can remember. I started gymnastics and cheerleading at a very young age and for those two sports, certain hairstyles are mandatory. So I had to learn how to use a curling wand at a very young age. They are not always easy to navigate – trust me, I have the burn marks to prove it. But over the many years, I’ve learned my way around a curling wand and figured out which ones are the best. The Aria Beauty 1.25″ Infrared Curling Iron is one of my absolute favorites.
At first, it was a little tricky because I had never worked with a curling wand with a support bridge on it. But once I figured it out, having the support bridge was actually super helpful! The wand instantly smooths hair and boosts shine while also achieving perfect curls/waves. Infrared heat creates ultimate softness and boosts humidity resistance, which helps to hold your style, sometimes until you literally wash the curls out. The curling wand has adjustable heat up to 450 degrees.
Ever since moving to California, I’ve been doing a lot of photo shoots. I like to change up my hair often. Sometimes I like it straight but I’ve been curling my hair more often. Time is one of the most important things I consider when judging whether or not a curling wand is good. I’m not always the most patient so I like a product that saves me time. That’s one thing that really draws me to the Aria Beauty curling wand. It literally takes a few seconds for a single curl to form making it possible to do all my hair in a matter of minutes.
Aria Beauty Hair Styling Tools use a new type of technology called Visible Infrared Heat, that’s non-damaging to your hair. Infrared heat is the lowest wave of color that the human eye can see. It’s actually a type of radiation. According to the manufacturer, it is the most gentle type of heat that warms from the inside out- similar to an infrared sauna.
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