Top hair tools
Never have a bad hair day again with these top hair tools. There are brushes, straighteners and curlers galore so step this way for salon-sleek hair…
Essential hair tool 1: ghd ceramic brush
A good round brush is a must. This ceramic brush absorbs and retains heat, resulting in beautiful soft locks. It can be used to create soft curls and movement but is also handy for creating a flawless fringe.
Essential hair tool 2: Avon Detangling Comb
We should all know by now that brushing your hair when it’s wet is a big no no. Your hair is weaker when it’s wet so combing out the tangles with a wide-toothed comb is the way to go. Keep one of these in the shower and do it when your conditioner is on.
Essential hair tool 3: Remington Travel Hairdryer
A nifty little gadget that still packs a punch, this hairdryer folds into a neat little package to fit into even the smallest overnight bag so that terrific tresses are always in reach. It still blasts out 1800 watts so you won’t be compromising power for size.
Essential hair tool 4: VS Sassoon You Curl
If you want to create beautiful, sexy waves, you’ll need some added heat to help. And there has never been an easier way to create flawless Farrah Fawcett flicks, soft curls or voluminous waves. The You Curl’s innovative curved plates make styling a breeze.
Essential hair tool 5: Remington Big Shot Pro Pack
We should all have a diffuser for adding lift and volume to our roots and this pretty purple dryer comes complete with diffuser and fast air concentrator for sleek, straight styles. Like Muhammad Ali, this gem floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee – in other words, it’s ultra silent yet very powerful.
Essential hair tool 6: Schoolies head band
A comfy stretchy headband should be in every beauty buff's bathroom cabinet. Perfect for pampering yourself with a facial and keeping hair off your face when applying make-up.
Essential hair tool 7: Elite Assorted Hair Bands
Another handbag necessity. These bands don’t get tangled in your hair and we’re guilty of leaving one around our wrists (much to mum’s dismay), a few in the top drawer at work, some in the bathroom, a few in the glovebox of the car…
– Olivia Mackinnon
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