I met Kiss representatives at the 2013 BlogHer conference in Chicago. They gave me nail stickers, press-on nails, and fake eyelashes to try and review. Recently a Kiss rep asked me to try out their InstaWave Automatic Curler. Sure, why not? I was curious about the instant, automatic curling iron concept; perhaps even a bit terrified that my hair would get sucked up, tangled in, and torn out by the rotating rod. But surely, why would a brand I know push a product that doesn't work or rips out your hair? I read the instructions and looked at the diagram photos and still wondered how it could work. But I followed the directions and placed the tip of the curling rod at the top of my sectioned hair and pressed the switch, while I kept the rod parallel to my hair. Sure enough the barrel started rotating and gently captured my hair as it revolved. It was fast, easy and painless -- it really works! It's so easy that I was taking selfies while curling my hair; hence, the slightly blurry focus. My hair is normally (not naturally) curly, but my friends could see the difference in curls. The InstaWaved side was soft-looking, loose spirals while my untouched hair was crinkly and messy. This is a great addition to the Kiss product line that keeps in mind the stylish and busy woman on the go.
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