Hot Waves Hot Brows
Hot Waves is a fun head band that is heated and wrapped around your hair so that it provides the perfect wave. This new hair technology is designed to reduce the amount of time it takes to get ready and to provide the perfect curl. You can change the densities of the waves or curls in your hair in addition to how high or low they start. Just wrap your hair around the hot waves headband and let it sit for thirty minutes.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Hot Waves Hot Brows is $10.00 plus $4.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Hot Waves Hot Brows by paying the extra shipping fee of $4.95 for a total price of $19.9.
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- Single Head Band
Hot Waves is a new way for you to ensure your hair retains the perfect curls, just the way you want them.
This unit is a single band that wraps your hair into nice waves and curls. No longer do you have to worry about hot curling irons or rollers to try and give your hair that perfect bounce.
- Easy to Use
Just heat it, wrap it, and unsnap it when you are done.
- Unique Technology
The patented microcore technology keeps the core of the device hot for up to thirty minutes, so you can leave it in your hair for that length of time and enjoy the extra strong hold.
- Hands Free
This leaves your hands free to continue getting ready.
- Different Densities
You can adjust the device for any hair type and any curl density.
- Easier to Use
When you use this unit, the set up is done in minutes, if not faster. Once the set up is done, you can leave the unit in your hair to give you whatever type of curl you want. In the meantime, your hands are free to continue doing other things.
With a curling iron, you need to be extra careful and dedicate all of your time to using the unit. Sadly, with curlers, you have to take hours if you have long hair to try and wrap each piece and then spray it. You can avoid sleeping in uncomfortable curlers or accidentally burning yourself.
How to Use (Step by Step)
Heat the device in the microwave according to the instructions.
Wrap your hair up in it and leave it to sit.
For the hot brows extra, you can shape your eyebrows with a single device.
With the hands-free nature, as aforementioned, you can cut down the time it takes you to get ready for any event. You can put the unit in your hair and then immediately continue with your regular routine.
- Curling Iron
A curling iron or a straightener that has a curling component are the most commonly used methods today. These all function relatively the same insofar as they plug in, heat up, and then you carefully wrap your hair around them for a few seconds until you get the curl you want. With these, if you want different sized curls, you often need different sized curlers. Some curling irons have interchangeable pieces so you can change the top part and achieve tight or loose curls.
Most of the time it costs more for this functionality. On top of this, when you use a curling iron, you use constant energy, and you run the risk of burning yourself, your hair, or anything in your bathroom. For those who have longer or thicker hair, this can be a very time consuming process.
Foam or plastic curlers were historically the more traditional way to achieve the curls. Generally though, they are applied to the hair at night and slept on, taken out in the morning to sustain the curl. You can spray the hair with hair spray before you curl it to ensure it lasts longer. The trick here is to roll the curler just as high as you want the curls. You have to hope that it doesn’t leave the accidental dent in the hair where the clip feature is at the end.
Tips & Tricks
- Adjustable Sizes
You can create different sized waves by changing the width of the unit before you wrap up your hair. The loose wrap gives you beautiful oversized waves while the tight wrap gives you tighter waves.
Curl all of your hair with a wavy component in the front which frames your face. Keep large, voluminous curls along the rest of your hair. The trick here is to curl your hair all the way from tip to the start of your head. Doing this means the unit fits you like a traditional headband. If you leave the front bangs or pieces out, and wrap their ends around the top of the unit while it is curling, you can achieve the perfect face frame.
- Curled Ends
Curl just the ends of your hair, keeping the top straight but full of volume. This is ideal for people who just want a soft wave at the bottom few inches to fall around their shoulders. Using this method leaves the back of your head and top of your head with bright, straight hair, with the curls starting right where you want them.
- Oversized Curls
Create oversized curls that bounce around the face, with the front and top of your hair still straight and the curls just starting around the jawline.