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May 8, 2011 6:07pm
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Princessbeck11

Hi guys,
I’m looking to get a new hair curler, but as my hair is so thick, need something a little bit larger than the standard barrel for larger curls.
If anyone has any reccs under around $50 let me know, thanks!

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May 8, 2011 9:15pm
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Jaygirl

Hi guys,
I’m looking to get a new hair curler, but as my hair is so thick, need something a little bit larger than the standard barrel for larger curls.
If anyone has any reccs under around $50 let me know, thanks!

Hi, the ebay store I bought my hair extensions from is selling a 25mm clipless curling iron. They have a special for $59 at the moment, the RRP is $89 so its a pretty good saving. The brand is Modiva Professional and it looks really good and looks easy to use. The ebay seller’s name is hair_australia. I hope this helps.

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May 10, 2011 11:09pm
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Ms Billi

Heya!
I have really thick hair too so earlier this year I went out looking for a good quality curling iron as I was sick of purchasing cheap ones that break and dont curl my hair at all.

After lots of searching & reading lots of reviews, I discovered this one curling iron that I would definitely recommend to you as I have been using it for months now and it is amazing on my thick hair that is naturally dead straight. It is the Babyliss 32mm ceramic curling iron and it is the first curling iron that has actually been able to keep my curls in for around 2 days without having applied any products at all. The curls last a lot longer if you do use products like hairspray etc.

Anyways, it costs around $72 so it is over the $50 mark that you said you were looking for but I think it is worth the extra for the quality of a professional salon product. I have been so happy with mine, it heats up within 2 minutes, is ceramic, has around 25 heat settings for different hair types and has a large barel perfect for creating those natural curls – although they do come in 4 sizes I think that the 32mm is the second largest and that is the one that I have.

I bought mine online at this online shop called RY and I was really happy with the customer service they provided and would definitely use them again. They were really friendly and gave updates on my order so I knew when to expect it in the mail. http://www.ry.com.au/babyliss-pro-ceramic-curling-iron-32mm-p-881.html

Hope that helps

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May 12, 2011 4:29pm
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Amydeville

Heya!
I have really thick hair too so earlier this year I went out looking for a good quality curling iron as I was sick of purchasing cheap ones that break and dont curl my hair at all.

After lots of searching & reading lots of reviews, I discovered this one curling iron that I would definitely recommend to you as I have been using it for months now and it is amazing on my thick hair that is naturally dead straight. It is the Babyliss 32mm ceramic curling iron and it is the first curling iron that has actually been able to keep my curls in for around 2 days without having applied any products at all. The curls last a lot longer if you do use products like hairspray etc.

Anyways, it costs around $72 so it is over the $50 mark that you said you were looking for but I think it is worth the extra for the quality of a professional salon product. I have been so happy with mine, it heats up within 2 minutes, is ceramic, has around 25 heat settings for different hair types and has a large barel perfect for creating those natural curls – although they do come in 4 sizes I think that the 32mm is the second largest and that is the one that I have.

I bought mine online at this online shop called RY and I was really happy with the customer service they provided and would definitely use them again. They were really friendly and gave updates on my order so I knew when to expect it in the mail. http://www.ry.com.au/babyliss-pro-ceramic-curling-iron-32mm-p-881.html

Hope that helps

I’ve been in the same boat Princessbeck11 but I think what MsBilliLilli has just written definielty tips the scales in the babyliss direction! I’ve been watching tutorials and the curls look amazing!

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May 21, 2011 10:03pm
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Princessbeck11

Thanks guys may have to give it a go!

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Dec 13, 2012 2:35pm
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Katiebeelam

The babyliss curler is awesome. I’ve got the 32mm / 35mm ceramic one and I’ve been using it for nearly two years now.
I have really long and thick hair but this curler works wonders.
When I go out, I like to do some large loose curls and this curler achieves that look very nicely. Remember to use heat protectant ( I use Paul Mitchell Seal & Shine) then finish off with some hairspray and believe me, the curls stay the whole day.
I cannot live without this curler, a bit sad but nonetheless, true.

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