I was recently contacted by Jose Eber to try one of their hair shaping tools. I had been without a curling iron for a few months so I didn't have to think hard about which one to pick. I had a few weeks to try out the Trio Clipless Curling Iron and was so happy with what it did to my hair.
I love having natural curls but growing up it always felt like my styling choices were limited to straight or curly. I didn't always appreciate them through the Jennifer Aniston bouncy bob phase or the straight and shiny Gwyneth Paltrow phase. I started using my curling iron as a rod to get larger loose curls after a tip from Holly a few years ago but my iron was pretty generic and it took forever to get it styled. It almost wasn't worth the time and energy.
Fast-forward to this month and I'm in love with a curling iron. It heats up quickly, allows you to set the temperature you want, and comes with three detachable rods to get a variety of curl sizes. It even comes with a fancy glove so you don't burn your fingers as you wrap your hair.
I don't spend a lot of money on my curls at this point in my life. I use box color and trim it myself because so many stylists don't understand how to cut curly hair. Some day I look forward to treating myself to a regular salon visit but until then I am going to enjoy the luxury of a quality curling iron. I wouldn't share a product on Smile and Wave that didn't work for me and while I know the price point may not be in everyone's budget, if you are looking for something to invest in, this is a great option.
That said, Jose Eber is offering a Trio Clipless Curling Iron to one lucky Smile and Wave reader!
To enter to win:
* Pin this product to one of your pinterest boards (OR)
* Pin a hairstyle you'd like to try out using the Trip Clipless Curling Iron.
Come back with a link to your pin in the comments section. A winner will be chosen later this week.
Jose Eber would also like to offer a 15% discount to Smile and Wave readers with the code SmileWave15.
Thanks for reading!
Note: Trio Clipless Curling Iron and giveaway courtesy of Jose Eber.