Conair’s newest hair tool, which the company calls a “curl machine,” is designed to deliver a head full of uniform curls with ease.
“For a hundred years it’s been the same way [to curl hair]. This is truly a different method,” said Vito Carlucci, director of engineering for Conair Corp. “With a traditional curling iron, you clip the hair and you roll it. The first turn gets the most heat, the second less because it’s insulated by a layer of hair and then the third even less. This one heats from both the inside and the outside, so you get a nice even, long-lasting ringlet.”
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