November 28, 2012

Babyliss Pro Tourmaline Ceramic Curling Iron (1")


Can you believe Babyliss Pro Tourmaline Ceramic Curling Iron is actually my very first curling iron? I only own a curling wand which I must admit I don't reach for very often due to pure lazyness, and I remember trying to curly my poor hair with my mother's super old and and completely rusted curling iron - never again! I was super excited to finally be able to try a proper curling iron when Flat Iron Experts very kindly offered to send me this one to try.


The Babyliss Pro Tourmaline Ceramic Curling Iron is rated #2 on Flat Iron Experts' Best Curling Iron list for one reason alone and it is the price - if price wasn't a factor, this curling iron will for sure be the #1 choice! The Babyliss Tourmaline Ceramic Curling iron emits negative ions and far-infrared heat that brings a number of additional benefits to your hair: eliminates static electricity, preserve more moisture within the hair shaft, neutralize odor (?!) and causes less damage to the hair cuticle                       

L - R: before and after

The Babyliss curling iron is available in 5 barrel sizes, it comes with 40 adjustable heats setting up to a scorching 428 F perfect for all hair types, and yes, it does heat up really fast! While the rubbizered handle makes it comfortable to work with this iron, I have found that my arm hurts a bit after use, since the Babyliss Curling Iron weights 1 lbs! Another thing I found super annoying is that I tend to turn off the iron by error because of how the ON/OFF button is positioned too close to the handle.


I love how this iron creates big, loose and glossy curls in just a matter of time! Babyliss Pro Tourmaline Ceramic Curling Iron is currently on sale for $84.99 (normally retails at $119.99) at Flat Iron Experts.

Disclaimer: One or more products were sent to me for consideration to review. I am not affiliated with this company and the fact that the products were free absolutely does not influence my opinion. 

10 comments:

  1. I love big loose curl for fall! Babyliss is great :))

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  2. Les fers babyliss pro fonctionnent vraiment bien, je possède un fer plat avec des plaques sur le côté, quand on tourne un peu friser avec. bref, je veux celui que tu viens de montrer, j'adore les grosses boucles

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  3. Your hair is gorgeous! Curling irons are probably my favorite hair styling tool, along with hot rollers. Mine is from Hot Tools (love it), but I've seen a lot of positive reviews about Babyliss too

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  4. Très joli résultat! Je voudrais tellement avoir le courage de me boucler les cheveux plus souvent, malheureusement ça me prend tant de temps les rares fois que je tente, que j'abandonne souvent à mi-chemin! Haha

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  5. I can see great results in long hair so it must do the trick!!!
    Marina @ blissious.com

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  6. I love the waves you added to your hair. This sounds like a decent styler. XOOX

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  7. Cool! I have one Babyliss iron and love how fast it heats up!

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  8. The curling iron I use is a 1in by Helen of Troy. Your curls look great and you hair is sooo shiny. It sucks that the iron is heavy though. Curling hair can be a pain in the butt since you have to hold your arm up for like 10-15sec per section of hair, but sometimes the end result is worth it.

    Xo

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  9. thnx for the info, looks nice, my favorite so far is the karmin g3 clipless, it's amazing and makes amazing curls and waves. :)

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