Post # 1
I keep seeing a commercial for a blowing/round brush curler called the InStyler. The results on the commercials look great (of course) but I don’t actually know anyone with one. Are they as good as they look? Do you love your InStyler?
Post # 3
@MrsFuzzyFace: I have never used one but my best girlfriend loves hers. She’s got really fine and straight hair. Her hair seems to hold the curl and style from it quite well.
Post # 4
I have one and do like it. I think whether or not you love it depends on your hair type and style. Funny I used it tonight but hadn’t used it in weeks. I bought mine at Ulta.
Post # 5
I have thick curly hair and it sucked for me. However, I ended up reading a bunch of reviews on amazon, for something called a “curling wand”. and I like looser hair, with body, just not stick flat and it worked great…better than anything besides a blow dry from a professional…what kind of hair do you have?
Post # 6
@MrsFuzzyFace: I have one and I agree that it depends on your type of hair. I have really, really thick curly hair, so I have to blow dry my hair in sections first and then use the styler afterward.
Post # 7
@Khalessi3: I have stick straight hair and like to add body with a round brush and blow dryer.
Post # 8
I have one and I HATE it. I have naturally straight, long, med-thick hair. I can do anything with it and have been styling my hair successfully for years. The Instyler is a gimic. It reminds me of those “straighteners” Claires used to sell in the 5th grade, that were metal on metal, and damaging. Theres no ceramic on the barrel, so it has the potential to burn and damage your hair. It works, but NOT better than a curling iron, straightner, or brush/blowdrier. If you dont want to use any of those in styling your hair, I would recomend one of those heated curling brushes, with the plastic bristles–like the ones our mothers/grandmothers used in the 70’s. They work great. (I know they can damage your hair too–but not as bad.) I hope this helps. 🙂