A long, long time ago (ok, just two years), I was on a trip to Sonoma with my husband to visit a winery. The morning we were set to arrive, I wanted to dress up a bit, so I decided to give curling my hair a shot – with my flat iron. I’d heard it could be done but had no idea what to do. What I ended up with was subtle, but I was so happy with how it turned out. I then watched a few YouTube videos on how to curl hair with a straightener, but none of them did it the way that I did…
Beginning that day, friends sent me messages asking me how I did my hair after seeing it on Instagram. I said I’d try to make a video soon to show how I curled my hair with my flat iron. And sadly it hasn’t happened until now. (hangs curled hair in shame)
Since that first morning of curling my hair, I’ve gotten much better at it and found ways to make bigger and smaller curls. I’ve gotten much faster over the years as well and I’ve found a few ways to shortcut hairstyling for those early morning flights and traveling with a little less than a full arsenal of styling tools. All of it is in the video and just below are links to all the products mentioned!
What’s needed to Curl Your Hair with a Flat iron
This flat iron can travel internationally with just a regular converter without busting a fuse or the circuit. It’s my second one of the kind and I absolutely love it.