DOES IT WORK: Air Curler

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by QUITA CULPEPPER / KVUE News and Photojournalist ERIN COKER

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Posted on June 5, 2013 at 5:48 PM

We use hairdryers, hot rollers, and curling irons to try and get bouncy tangle-free curls. Now one product claims it can quickly give you the luscious curly locks you crave. It’s called the Air Curler.

The nifty item supposedly gives you soft, bouncy curls in seconds. It uses air vortex technology.

Ashley and Derrick at Garbo Salon helped Quita out.

The Air Curler is a breeze to put together and comes with a universal attachment so it can connect to almost any blow dryer.

Make sure your hair is dry at the roots and damp at the ends, then part it off in sections.

You simply put your hair in the bucket and turn on your blow dryer.

The Air Curler dries and curls at the same time, and it's healthier for your hair than using a curling iron. You can even turn the blower to make the curls go in different directions.

This Does it Work officially blew Quita away and gets a thumbs up.

You can find the Air Curler at Walgreens. It costs about $15.

 

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