Modern Ceramic Pearl
pearls crushed to nano-sized powder and infused into each tool – the plates of the irons, the barrel of the curling wand and the grill of the dryer
However there are a few things to know about this unique product to see if it’s right for you. For starters, you are going to be wrapping your hair around a hot piece of meta, just like “Jo” did in Little Women. You won’t burn your hair off as she did (modern irons don’t get that hot or fluctuate and you should use a heat protectant when you use a heat styler) but you can burn your skin.
A heat resistant glove is included so you don’t burn your hands, but if you touch that curling iron to your neck or ears by accident, it’s going to hurt. Also, although you can control the tightness of the curl by how much (or how little) and how long you hold hair around the iron, it takes some getting used to. And, finally, if you have a thick head of hair, you need to section it carefully and patiently work on each section. It takes a little time and practice to get it just right every time.
While this isn’t the perfect product for me, personally because I have little to no patience and a lot of long, thick hair that really doesn’t need too much encouragement to curl, I can see it being a real boon to anyone who longs for bouncy curls, quickly. And there are also Pearl Ceramic stylers for other need, such as a set of heated hair clips, a variety of flat irons, and a nice looking hair dryer, all under $50.00
The Remington T-Studio Pearl Ceramic Collection is available at ULTA, TARGET, and on the Remington Web Site