Monday, December 10, 2012

My secret hair weapon

 The other night I snuck out for Aaron's work Christmas party.


It was so good to get dressed up, do my hair and get out of the house...all with my favorite person.



I posted these pictures on Instagram and everyone kept commenting on my hair and wondering what I used to curl it.
And since I have some crazy hair and have finally found a tool to make it look halfway decent I thought I'd share it with all.
Because maybe you have some crazy hair that needs taming too.


It's called a curling wand.
A Ginalli Milano curling wand to be exact (I believe mine is the 19mm straight wand).
I definitely recommend you save yourself a lot of money and buy one off Amazon instead of from a store or kiosk in the mall.
I promise it's not at tricky as it looks and it comes with a DVD to show you how to do it. 
Actually I think it's a million times easier than a regular curling iron (especially of you have long hair) but the best part is...
the curls stay in. 
Like forever. 


Here is a picture of my hair on day 2 (after sleeping on it and everything).


And on day 3.
 Still curly and beautiful with zero extra work.
So if your looking for a new hair tool I suggest you give it a try. 

*This post is not in any way sponsored by Ginalli...just my own thoughts.
*Also I figured I should mention that I have naturally curly hair/frizzy/crazy hair. I always let my hair air dry naturally, brush out the whole thing (so it looks big and crazy) and then use the curling wand to curl the whole thing. Once its curled I spray it with some hair spray and I'm good to go. 

3 comments:

RachelRAdams said...

That is so cool! It looks gorgeous! So happy for you guys getting a night out. Hope you are feeling well and baby is doing great. Thinking of you often and praying for you all.

The Miller Five said...

Pretty!

singlemumof1 said...

Wow that is amazing. I have naturally curly/frizzy hair too, which means it lives in a pony tail forever. How nice for you to get a break from your bed rest. I'm guessing that you're glad that this like all pregnancy symptoms is just temporary.