5 Tools to Help You Perfect Your Curl

Whether your hair is fine or thick, long or short, getting the perfect curl is essential, espcially if it's a special occasion. Click through to find out which hair tool you need for your next styling session.

 

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Beachy Waves

Beachwaver S1, This rotating ceramic curling iron was invented by celeb hairstylist Sarah Potempa, the woman responsible for Kaley Cuoco’s perfectly unperfect waves. An update of her first generation iron, the Beachwaver Pro, this easy-to-use wand is lighter and thinner than its predecessor. And its innovative digital temperature dial and rotation control make it even easier to get this effortlessly on-trend look at home. $129, ulta.com

 

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Tight Curls

You’ll never struggle with your curling iron again. Infiniti Pro by Conair Curl Secret is a turnkey styling tool that draws your strands into a ceramic chamber, where they are held in place, heated and timed to create the “perfect” curl. $99, ulta.com

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Mix-and-Match Curls

After changing the straightening-iron game, CHI has launched ceramic curling irons that offer the same styling longevity. With three interchangeable barrels (one for tight ringlets, one for looser curls and one for beachy waves), Ultra CHI Orbit 3 in 1 Tourmaline Ceramic Curler is clamp-free and the perfect tool for the girl who likes to switch up her style. $160, ulta.com

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Crimped        

This unconventional iron does more than just crimp, but we got your attention, didn’t we? With its adjustable tourmaline ceramic wave plate, the Bed Head Styling A Wave We Go Adjustable Deep Waver lets you select a style and keep your waves under control. Just click to adjust for touseled, crimped, loose or defined styles. $40, beadheadstyling.com

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Big, Loose Curls

Achieve glamorous, soft curls the old-fashioned way, but with a twist. T3 Voluminous Hot Rollers includes four large and four extra large (soft on the outside/tourmaline, ionic and ceramic on the inside) rollers that heat to 250 degrees. Roll your hair around them three times for voluminous, flowing curls, or tighten it up and cut the revolution in half for a softer, less-done look. $99, t3micro.com

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