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For Some time now I wanted a decent curler for my hair. I have in the past tried lots, from slim tongs to thick tongs etc . I have even tried to curl my hair with hair straightners. Even though I can do it I just found that it is time-consuming with the straightners.
I found some Bendy Foam Rods that I had bought ages ago, they are not heated but I just wanted to give them another go. I rolled my hair on to the rods and even slept with them on, and it was uncomfortable. My hair on the other hand came out very curly in the morning. My hair dropped slightly during the day. Having seen the effects of what these Foam Bendy Rods could do I started to look for reviews and tutorials on The heated rods. I didn’t find many at all and found 3 review’s on Amazon on the Niki Clarke’s Heated Flexi Stylers. I still was not sure what to go for.
I didn’t want to end up with another hair curling product that I wouldn’t use. My choice was between Babyliss and Nicki Clarke. Babyliss was good but looked more bulky and were more expensive. My Brother helped me make my mind up and as he had worked at Niki Clarke’s Salon he did not hesitate to tell me which ones I should go for. So I bought the Niki Clarke Professional Flexi Stylers from Argos. They were £19.99. You can buy them on Amazon but I guess there is a delivery charge and also on Ebay but used ones.
They were packed in a box and come in their own pouch and with an instruction booklet. There is 18 Flexi Stylers in total and that is enough for me to create big bouncy curls.
There is a Positive Neon Heat Ready System for easy guide to all heating requirements.
After 10 minutes of being switched on the heater cycle will switch off and the neon light will go out, then continue to heat at 12 minutes. At 15 minutes the heater will cycle off again, now it is suitable for normal hair. At 17 minutes the heater will continue to heat again up to 20 minutes and then the heater will cycle it self off, the neon light will go out, now the Flexi stylers are at maximum heat and are suitable to use on difficult to manage hair or thick hair.
My hair is quite thick and just a bit longer than shoulder length. To do my hair I switched the pouch on before making my tea and taking a shower in the morning. After about 15 minutes I was ready to roll my hair with the flexi stylers. It takes me about 10 minutes to roll my hair and then I did my make up. The flexi stylers stay in my hair for about 25 minutes. The results are fantastic and I am very happy with this product. And because the 18 Flexi Styler fit in the pouch its easy to take on holiday. I think this is a great buy especially when I don’t have to do this the night before and sleep with the rods in my hair.
Unfortunately I have tried to roll my hair on the Flexi Stylers like Niki Clarke and I just can not do it. I start to roll my hair from the ends of the section and not at the top like Niki Clarke, this helps me to tuck in the ends from the start. I guess we all do what we feel comfortable doing. Above is a picture of my hair once it has been rolled into the Niki Clarke Flexi Stylers. Once I have left the Flexi Stylers in my hair for about 25 minutes I bend the Flexi Stylers out and roll out my hair.
After the Flexi Stylers have been taken out I run my hands through the hair to separate it, and then style and hair spray to hold. My hair does eventually drop during the day and the curls become loose. I do Like my hair once the curls have dropped.
So Look no more for review’s on the Niki Clarke 18 Proffesional Flexi Sytlers, I think this product is great. I hope you liked my review on this product. Here is the professional himself on his You Tube Tutorial showing you how to use his Professional Flexi Stylers, just Click on the video to watch.
Thanks to Bush my brother and thanks Niki Clarke.
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