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Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Converting from Flat Irons to Curling Irons
So you're tired of the flat iron damage? Ready to take the curling iron plunge again? Well, it's simple. If you were using a one inch flat iron, then you need a one inch curling iron. If you were using a 2 inch flat iron, then you need a two inch curling iron.
The diameter of the curling iron barrel represents the size. So the one inch curling iron indeeds measures one inch across the barrel.
It may take time to eliminate putting creases in your hair. Practice over a few weeks makes perfect! Long term, you will start to see healthier hair.