So I caved and bought the NuMe Classic Wand. Before you ask why I spent hundreds of dollars on a curling wand, stop right there. I used a coupon code and the wand was only $29 and I paid approximately $17 for delivery so it wasn’t completely outrageous.
How to use it?
- Just like any hair curler
- Use on dry hair
- I divide my hair into sections- bottom, middle, top
- I take a strand of hair and twist around the barrel and hold for approximately 10 seconds, then release
- I prefer to twist the hair away from my face as I feel it sits better, but you can do it however you like
- Continue until all hair is curled
- I don’t typically apply hair spray
- Beautiful loose curls, but depends on what barrel size you get
- Easy to touch up curls the following day
- Hair looks smooth with minimal frizz
- No heat setting- only the one options. May be too hot for fine hair
- Only available in US or Europe plug, not a biggie
- If you’re a beginner with curling your hair you may struggle, make sure to use the heat glove provided
- Only available online for Australian buyers- again it isn’t a big deal
I’m a bit on the fence with this as its nothing revolutionary for me. I like me VS Sasson curler just as much or even more since it was cheaper. The reason I caved and purchased this was my friend Dionne (check out her Instagram account @dionnecolette) raved about it! Her hair was beautiful, and she said how she curled her hair 4 days prior yet you wouldn’t be able to tell. Maybe my hair is thicker? Anyway its good, but I would never have paid hundreds of dollars for it.
Since doing this review, I’ve also reviewed the NuMe Curling Wand- Magic Wand which you can check out here
**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.
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