Professional Auto Rotating Curling Iron by Xtava – Makes Curling Hair Effortless
This Xtava curling iron has a ceramic tourmaline barrel with an auto rotation feature. This feature offers bi-directional rotation control for maximum ease and comfort. Simply clip the hair on the barrel and let xtava do the rest with the touch of button, the ceramic tourmaline barrel generates constant and even heat creating long lasting perfect curls. It offers 11 temperature stages between 210F-430F allowing styling versatility for all hair types. For fine hair, use low temperature for best results and use thick and wavy hair with a higher temperature. The LCD temperature display will ensure simple, accurate and convenient operation. This curling iron also has an auto shut-off feature.
I don’t usually curl my hair but my hair is quite straight. I tried a few times over the years but never quite got the hang of it. However, with this auto rotation feature it is quite easy to curl hair and I will definitely be using it much more often and playing around with different directions and curling options. Today I was running out the door but wanted to give it a shot.
I am suffering from allergies at the moment so my eyes are all squinty… By the photo on the left is my straight hair and the photo on the right was with just 5 minutes of curling before I ran outside to scrape the snow off the truck and head to work. So now I have some hair options – straight, straighter, wavy or curly…. You may never know what my hair will look like the next day.
The auto-rotation feature allows you to rotate left or right – no need to roll or twist the curling iron. The power button is below the digital display for the temperature with a +/- to change the temperature setting.
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