I've been dying to try the Lee Stafford Chopstick Curler* ever since I saw Zoella using it. Whilst I was skeptical at first as I already have curly hair, I thought it was about time I shared with you my new favourite tool that I've been using daily.
The thin style wand gives the best tight curls that can be easily toned down with a comb-through from your fingers, but I do warn you that you shouldn't use a brush to loosen the curls as this will end in frizzy, wavy hair. I though that this would take a long while to curl my whole head, but as this heats up to 200 degrees almost instantly combined with the fact that when you're hair is wrapped about the barrel, you only need to keep it on there for 5 seconds to get a perfectly formed curl, I actually get my hair done faster using this than a usual curling wand.
To treat my curly hair woes, I like to apply the Schwarzkopf Hair Oil to the ends to keep dry hair at bay. My top tip when using this is to make sure you start the curls right at the root as its really easy to end up with a gap of straight hair at the top. The curls start to wear off on day two, but still look super good until day three when you might need to re-curl if you want a more structured look.
If you want a tool for party-ready hair this Christmas, then look no further because this is one that I've barely put down all month.
Have you tried the Lee Stafford Chopstick Curler?
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