The InstaWave Automatic Curler...It’s quick and easy to get salon-quality curls with the revolutionary new InstaWave by KISS. with just the push of a button to KISS InstaWave is a fully automatic tangle-free curler that instantly creates beautiful curls.
Instawave automatic has the following features:
- Easy for anyone to use, from any angle, with any hand
- Fully automatic, tangle-free curler
- Features a Curl Dial with left/right curl directions
- Automatically shuts off after 90 minutes
- 1" Inch ceramic Ionic Barrel
- 2 heat settings with a low/high switch with maximum temperature of 420
- Swivel Cord
As soon as I received my InstaWave I tried it on my daughter hair ..All I had to do was Hold InstaWave vertically and simply place section of her hair on the InstaWave curling rod and touch the curl dial either left or right, and the InstaWave instantly and automatically catches and spins the hair you hold for a few seconds (5-10) seconds and release by Pulling the InstaWave down vertically, letting your hair loose from the barrel to create beautiful shiny curls in seconds. You can also change the direction of your curl by switching between curling from right and curling left to create the most natural looking curls.
KISSinstawave.com. This is the official site that will allow you to purchase from either Target, Ulta, or Amazon.com.
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