Erin’s Christmas Must-Have Number 6!

 

I love to wear my hair down but I have a “lot” of hair and besides being a chore to straighten I just can’t be bothered to spend all day getting ready. So generally that leaves me with just my natural wannabe 90′s rocker natural curls. It’s not pretty but its easy and if I can’t be ready and out the door in 10 minutes I just can’t be bothered.

Well in came the John Frieda Styling Tools by Conair Hair Setter to save a poor lazy girl like me! 5 jumbo rollers that somehow were able to hold all my hair at one time. My favorite thing is how fast and easy it was I just combed through my hair and clipped the rollers in. 8 minutes later the kinky curls and elastic bump were gone and my hair was so smooth and incredibly shiny.

Definitely a must have item and it would make a great Christmas gift. Now I can wash my hair before bed get up throw the rollers in and do my makeup. In just 8 minutes my hair has big, shiny waves!

 

Before                                                8 mins of roller time         After smooth, shiny hair!

John Frieda Styling Tools by Conair Hair Setter
Winner of Allure’s Best of Beauty 2012 Awards! 

Featuring five 2-inch titanium ceramic-coated jumbo rollers, this breakthrough hair setter helps you create silky waves for a naturally sensual look. The cutting-edge, professional-grade design uses a true ionic generator to safely distribute heat throughout hair, so there’s no fear of frizz or dull strands. Hair wraps easily around the generously-sized 2” jumbo rollers, which use an extreme heat feature to heat up instantly, delivering perfectly smooth, voluminous waves in a flash.

Whether you’re looking to style your hair for work, a date, an event, or a party, let John Frieda make your hair look fantastic for any occasion.

 

On  sale at Target right now for only $29.39!

 


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