Sunday, 27 November 2011

Take a Look: InStyler

If you are anything like me, you'll have a box full of gadgets. From curlers to straighteners and some weird contraption you aren't even sure is for your hair - you've tried the lot! So to help condense your hair gadgets into one the handy InStyler is here. It promises to curl, straighten and add volume to your hair.
I was impressed to find an interactive DVD included showing you EVERYTHING you can do with the InStyler, along with a detangling comb and drawstring bag to keep the InStyler in. A full instruction manual was also in the box.
It can be used on short or long hair, and with 3 different heat settings you can avoid damage to your hair by controlling the temperature. As it rotates it's guaranteed to catch all the hair, and along with the double bristles makes sure the hair is smoothly styled. It's best to use this on dry, or slightly damp hair and without product on the hair (although I would advise a heat protection spray) There is a also a heated plate in between the double bristles. They've thought of everything - even the auto switch off after 45 minutes. An essential element in my eyes.
I have been using this all week, trying out the different ways to use it, and I've been pleasantly surprised. I wasn't sure how the InStyler would be able to do everything promised but it delivers and is a handy tool to have. It costs £99.99, which you may think is quite expensive but if you think about it you are getting a curling tong, AND a straightening iron in one, so it's a pretty good deal.
If you want to find out more about the Instyler, have a look at their Facebook, YouTube and Twitter pages. You can get great advice and tips on how to use yours if you decide to put it on your Christmas list. I will also be getting a tutorial on the InStyler on my YouTube channel during the week.
What do you think of the InStyler?

*this post is sponsored, in no way does this alter my view on the product and its review.

4 comments:

  1. wow this really looks like one heck of a technology in one product. I would love to try this product.

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  2. I was looking at this for my Xmas list earlier :) Shame it's so pricey but I am tempted to see if anyone might buy me it!!x

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  3. That's an expensive product! Those nylon bristles look scary to me, wouldn't there be a danger of getting your locks entangled and ripping a great chunk of hair out if you were a novice hairstyler? x

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  4. Vix, the brushes are pretty soft, and try as I might I haven't got tangled yet. :) There is a cut off if there is too much tension on the barrel aswell so that'll avoid the chunks of hair missing. xx

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