I recently brought to you my review of the NuMe Curling Wand- Classic Wand and let’s just say I wasn’t impressed (click here to read my full review). Today I bring to you the NuMe Magic Wand (which is different)
How to use it?
- Just like any hair curler- but here’s how I do it
- 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 (I have the 32mm barrel)
- Holds it curls well throughout the day/night without hair spray
- Minimal touch ups required the following day
- Hair looks smooth with minimal frizz as the barrel is made from Titanium
- Heat settings vary from 60°C to 232°C, great for fine to thick hair
- It’s available for sale with a European or US plug, but don’t worry they provide Australian buyers with an adaptor
- 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
Day 1 Hair
Day 2 Hair
Overall I’m much happier with this curler than the NuMe Classic Wand. The Magic Wand does exactly what I want, it holds my curls well the following day requiring minimal touch ups. While the curling want retails for $149 you can always get coupon codes online so make sure you google it first. Because they stuffed up my order by giving me the Classic Wand instead of the Magic Wand I actually got this for free, but when I did buy online it was $29 and $17 for delivery.
**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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