Who doesn’t love the feeling of stepping out of the salon with perfect curls? Whether you’re a straight-haired girl who wants to add life to her style, or you’ve got natural waves that are difficult to manage, it can feel like the only person who knows how to produce runway-worthy waves is your hairdresser.
With the Philips ProCare Auto Curler, you can stop watching endless YouTube tutorial videos on how to curl your hair. Instead, you can get salon-quality curls – just at the touch of a button. Unlike regular curlers, the CLEO Beauty Hall of Fame 2015 winner for Best Curling Iron has a durable, brushless motor that rolls hair into the heated barrel. After a set time, the curler beeps and releases a perfect curl every time.
Here’s how it works:
Unique, open design
You don’t have to worry about your hair getting trapped in the barrel, which has a smooth surface to prevent jamming. The hair also remains visible while curled, so it’s easy to remove your hair from the barrel if necessary.
Variable settings, infinite possibilities
With three time settings and three curling directions to choose from, you don’t have to settle for one type of curl all the time. Instead, the ProCare Auto Curler can create multiple types of curls and waves so you can express yourself no matter what mood you’re in!
Healthy hair everyday
With three heat settings, you can always choose the right setting for your hair. Gentle enough to use as an everyday styling tool, it’s a great option for managing frizz. Plus, curls last longer on frizzy hair, so you don’t have to worry about your fabulous ‘do looking less-than-perfect at the end of the day.
Thanks to the barrel’s titanium ceramic coating, the ProCare Auto Curler delivers sleek, professional-looking results every time. The bonus is it’s easy to use: the curler heats up in 30 seconds for speedier styling, and the curl chamber has heat isolating technology so even clumsy fingers won’t get burnt.
Philips ProCare Auto Curler retails for $239 (RRP) and is available at major department stores, leading electronics stores and selected authorised dealers.