From $40 to $250: The Best Curling Wands In Australia For Every Budget

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Want to create effortless waves and casually beautiful curls in minutes? Sounds like you’re in need of the best curling wand in Australia.

The only thing is that ‘the best’ is subjective. It’ll not only depend on what kind of curl you like but also the budget you’re looking to stick to.

Curling wands can vary greatly in both size and price, affecting the outcome of both. Plus, when we’re talking wands specifically, this doesn’t include anything with a clamp or hot air brush abilities; you’ll want our list of best curlers for that.

So whether you’re looking to invest or simply just need a cheap find to do the job on occasion, you’ve come to the right place to make your curling wand choice…

The best curling wands in Australia

Hot Tools Professional Curlbar™

hot tools curling wand

Best for: Beginners

We say: The unique shape of this curling wand makes it a breeze to use for beginners. There’s no fear of neck burns with this right angle. And if you always find your hair slips off a traditional curling wand, you’ve got gravity on your side with this one.

$199 at hottools.com.au

BaBylissPRO Ceramic Black Conical Wand – 32-19mm

babyliss curling wand

Best for: Beach waves

We say: Prefer loose beach-like waves over polished curls? This is the best curling wand for a more relaxed vibe. But the best part? The waves you create will actually last.

$93.45 at Adore Beauty

muk Curl Stick 2.0

muk curl stick

Best for: Variety in one

You say: “This is a really easy to use hair curler and I love that it comes with interchangeable barrells that can create pretty much any type of curl that you want. My favourite is the wedge barrell because it creates really nice volume and natural waves. The curler heats up very quickly and comes with a handy heat glove so that you don’t burn yourself. It twists smoothly and doesn’t get caught or tangled. I also love that the curls last all day.” -Eskimo82

$159.95 at Oz Hair & Beauty

Read more muk Curl Stick 2.0 reviews

Remington Copper Brilliance Curling Wand 

remington copper brilliance curling wand

Best for: Budget

You say: “So I have tried many different types of hair curlers and this one by far takes the cake! Luscious curls and waves is so easy with this tool even for the novice who has not used a hair curler before! It heats up nicely and is easy to control! Leaves hair sleek and does not cause flyaways. My hair is quite stubborn when it comes to styling so this device has met my expectations and provided me with amazing results.” -Shali_Nialler

$39 at Big W

Read more Remington Copper Brilliance Curling Wand reviews

VS Sassoon Frizz Defense 32MM Salon Curler

vs sassoon frizz defence curler

Best for: Big, bouncy curls

You say: “This curling wand is easy to use and gives big bouncy curls. I have waist-long hair, and using this wand, I can achieve nice curls that last a few days. I just wrap my hair around the wand, wait a few seconds and I get curly hair. It lives up to its name, in that my hair did not look dry and frizzy after using it. This wand heats up quickly and depending on the technique used, different types of curls can be achieved.” -GeeJ

$69.95 at Myer

Read more VS Sassoon Frizz Defense 32MM Salon Curler reviews

ghd curve® thin curling wand

ghd thin curling wand

Best for: Tighter, perm-like curls

We say: As ghd’s thinnest curling wand yet, this newbie is ideal for those looking to achieve Kate Hudson in Raising Helen-eqsue curls. It’s also great for those with natural texture, who are after a tool to help polish and define tighter coils.

$250 at ghdhair.com

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