To get fabulous hair, you need more than just a blow dryer. With these styling tools, you'll be able to create all your favorite hairstyles with ease.
The Kevin Murphy Wave.Clip smooths away frizzies in curly hair to create beautiful, defined curls, however, it also can be utilized with straight hair to achieve smooth, frizz-free waves. With the Wave.Clip, you clip large sections of hair (generally you'll need 6-8 clips total).
You can use Wave.Clips to get soft waves or '50s pin-up curls. Apply a holding product to your hair, put in the clips and then blow dry your hair on low heat. When you remove the clips, style your hair with your fingers.
Australian celebrity stylist Kevin Murphy demonstrates how to use the Wave.Clip in this tutorial video.
Goody Bun Spiral
Goody Simple Styles Spin Pin has been the top-selling hair accessory in the United States since spring 2010, and though these little pins are fantastic to hold your updo in place, the Goody styling tool that we love is the Bun Spiral.
You simply pull your hair into a ponytail, then twirl it into a bun. Twist in the Bun Spiral for a beautiful bun that stays put. The Bun Spiral is available for light or dark hair and comes with a style guide to help you create three different types of buns.
Solano Gel Grip Thermal Brush Collection
We all know that ionic technology is essential to achieve shiny hair when using a flat iron, however, the technology is also offered in other styling tools, such as the Solano Gel Grip Thermal Brush Collection.
The bristles on these brushes are gentle on your scalp, while the gel grip keeps your wrists from cramping and aching. But the best part of the Solano brushes is the ceramic tourmaline barrel that is designed to withstand heat while eliminating frizz and adding shine.
With these brushes, your hair dries quickly and it's easy to create soft curls, flip your hair out or smooth it straight.
Wet-to-dry flat iron
The latest technology in hair straightening is the wet-to-dry flat iron. With a wet-to-dry iron, you avoid blow drying your hair -- so instead of using two tools, you only have to use one, minimizing heat damage. Wet-to-dry irons dry and straighten your hair in one step, which is particularly nice for those with hard to manage hair.
The Corioliss Tourmaline Ceramic Wet to Dry Flat Iron is highly recommended by stylists and consumers alike. It uses to 1-3/4-inch tourmaline plates, offers temperature control and is very lightweight. If you like a narrower plate, the CHI Wet to Dry Flat Iron is your best bet. With a 1-inch plate, this top-of-the-line straightening iron offers automatic shut-off, temperature control and a sleek design. The CHI is heavier than the Corioliss unit, however.
Sultra The Bombshell
This Sultra curling iron with a 1-inch rod curls your hair in half the time of a traditional clip curling iron. This iron creates beautiful, defined curls without having to spend hours in front of the mirror. You just wrap your hair around the rod and a few seconds later, your curls are ready to go.
Using Japanese Kyocera Ceramic Technology, The Bombshell leaves your hair shiny and healthy while achieving sultry curls. The unit is durable, lightweight and comes with a safety glove to protect your fingers.