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Hair crimping irons

Style your hair or increase its volume with hair crimping irons. Decide whether to use ceramic or metal plates, choose the size of barrel and grooves, and look at the temperature options.

Ceramic versus metal plates: Ceramic plates are best for regular use because they don't do as much damage as metal plates. They also keep frizzy hair under control. Metal plates are more cost-effective and suitable for occasional use.

Barrel and grooves: For tight waves, opt for a crimper with narrow grooves and a small barrel. For soft, large waves, go for a crimper with deep grooves and a big barrel.

Temperature: Choose a hair crimper with an adjustable temperature mode. Thick hair tolerates a higher temperature than thin hair when crimping. Also look for an automatic on/off setting for safety.