What It Is
This Nano Ceramic waver has extra deep plates for creating ultra deep waves
What It Does
Nano Ceramic Micro-Shine plates provides a superior styling surface to help create smooth styles and reduce frizz.
What Else You Need to Know
The Hot Tools Nano Ceramic product line features the best of the best ceramic hair waver. Designed to help protect hair from overheating, to keep hair integrity intact and help minimize hair damage. Nano-size particles of ceramic create an ultra-smooth Micro-Shine snag-free surface allowing hair to effortlessly glide across the styling surface with less pulling just styling, leaving behind smooth and shiny strands. A rheostat temperature control dial allows you to easily switch between heat settings. Heats reach up to 430F which means perfect curls and waves for all hair types. And, thanks to HOT Tools? proprietary Pulse Technology, these irons get hot and stay hot. In the event of a momentary temperature drop, the tool senses the shift and restores it immediately, so the iron stays hot for consistent styling. The 8ft. professional swivel cord allow for free range of movement.
Rated 4 out of
Overall a great purchase
Only issue is where the temp is located- easy to turn it down in its location
Date published: 2023-04-20
Rated 5 out of
New hair style, new me.
My very first time using a crimper and I loved the style in my hair.
Date published: 2023-04-07
Rated 1 out of
Don’t waste your money on this.
This item does not create waves. It only crimps the hair.
Date published: 2023-03-31
Rated 2 out of
I Really Wanted To Love This
Let me start by saying this IS a nice tool, and I think if I didn't have as much hair I would have really liked the look that it gave me.. which of course isn't the tools fault - however.. The placement of the temperature control dial is the dumbest thing I've ever seen on any hot tool.. why would they put it right where you grip the tool to use it?!? I accidentally turned the heat up on this tool almost every time I picked it up.. at one point I looked at it and it was up to 430° which is over 100° hotter than what I had set it at.. Which may have something to do with why I feel like all it did was produce a frizzy mess on my hair.. Probably won't use it again, as I don't want to risk burning my hair with each section. :(
Date published: 2022-01-18