So… I got a KISS Instawave Automatic Curler for review a few weeks ago. Once upon a time, I bought a Panasonic Ionity Curler in Hong Kong. I tried using it but for the life of me, I could not curl a single hair on my head. I ended up selling it. When I got the KISS Instawave Automatic Curler, I was a bit skeptical. But the word Automatic got me. Does that mean I don’t have to do anything?
Anyway the KISS Instawave Automatic Curler (P3,599) looks just like the usual curling iron, save for the grill-like thing that surrounds the ceramic barrel. You plug it in, select a heat level, and then wait for it to be ready… which is like 1 minute??? The light will turn blue (from orange) when the iron is hot enough.
So this is my hair before curling.
I did my makeup prior to styling my hair. Anyhow, since it said Automatic Curler, what I did was hold the iron vertically beside my head and pressed the directional button. My iron twirled forward, “catching” a section of my hair and wrapping it around the barrel. When I released the hair, it was curled! I swear it couldn’t be easier.
So this is what my hair looked like after I was done with the curler.
Here’s a closer look under natural light. Achieving this look took maybe 15 minutes.
What I like about the KISS Instawave Automatic Curler:
- It’s super easy to use. I’m not even exaggerating when I say I just placed it beside my head where my hair was and pressed a button.
- Hair doesn’t stick to the smooth ceramic barrel, so there’s very little to no chance of burning your strands.
- It uses ceramic ionic technology which makes hair smooth, shiny, and frizz-free.
- The grill / guard around the barrel keeps you from burning your hands.
Downside? Nothing! I love using this curler. I’ve never been successful curling my own hair until now.
The KISS Instawave Automatic Curler is available at Watsons and SM Department Store for P3,599.
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