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June 23, 2014

Magic Leverag Curlers Review

When it comes to curling hair, I was pretty sure I had seen and done it all. The first and last client I had in cosmetology school was a perm... I was fast and I was good. So color me surprised when I saw a new (new to me anyway) way to get the curl without the iron or commitment.... an even curl at rhat.....

That's where the magic leverag comes in.
When I saw them, I will admit that I was a bit dumbfounded. The remind me of those finger trap toys we played with as kids. But once I had my husband help me out on figuring it out, it was crazy easy!

I know it looks complicated, but it's really not! 

Each end of the curler has an opening.  You slip the wand into the curler until it's completely on and you can see the hook at the end.

Take a SMALL section of your hair and put it into the hook. Make sure to use small sections about a quarter inch thick. If there is to much hair it won't feed through smoothly and it's gonna hurt when you pull!!!!

Pull slightly,  pulling the wand down until the hook end is not visible.

Make a very small turn, twisting the wand but not the curler! And then pull the wand with your hair through, holding the curler in place as you pull.
Once the wand is out and your hair is through, the roller springs back into its corkscrew shape, staying in place without clips or pins!!!!

Once you get the hang of it, it's ridiculously easy! The curlers are different sizes but all the same material. They are bendable and flexible and comfortable to sleep on, unlike the traditional round rollers.

Once your hair is dry (you can use heat but I just kept them in for a few hours and let it dry naturally) gently pull out the curler.

Look at that! A beautiful spiral curl without heated tools, chemicals,  or commitments! It's such an easy at home method and I definitely recommend it if this is the look you are going for but don't want your hair to suffer through the damage of a perm!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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