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I have a short bob and would like to buy a tool to have spiral curls Honestly I have tried soooo many tools and it still comes out blah 😑 I have tried wands, beachwaver, and curling irons. Anyone have other suggestions? Never seems to like like the YouTube videos. Help!! Thanks 😊
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Why not ask your hair stylist? Or, if you don't have one, find one. They are the experts & in the long run will save you $.

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Yes my stylist did the spirals on me. I’m sure it’s me! I’m not very good at it. 😂
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Wow, I've had your same experience. Bought/tried every tool that was supposed to accomplish these curls.  As good as I am with hair and hair tools, it was not working - until I tried Calista Zen Waver.  There is a slight learning curve, then it is a great hair day every time  I love this tool!!  Bought it directly from Calistatools.com.  Don't think it was available at the Q.  Think you will be very happy with your results!

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Thank you so much! I’ll check it out!!
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You probably don't have enough product in your hair.  You will likely have to put gel in your hair as you dry it.

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I'm intrigued with today's Beauty IQ Steal, the Conair Automatic Curler. Check it out, it might be something which could work for you. @jobiz 

 

https://www.qvc.com/Conair-Fashion-Curl-Automatic-Curler.product.A347122.html?sc=PSCH&TZ=EST

 

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@Cindersmck wrote:

Wow, I've had your same experience. Bought/tried every tool that was supposed to accomplish these curls.  As good as I am with hair and hair tools, it was not working - until I tried Calista Zen Waver.  There is a slight learning curve, then it is a great hair day every time  I love this tool!!  Bought it directly from Calistatools.com.  Don't think it was available at the Q.  Think you will be very happy with your results!


I tried this. My hair falls just beyond my shoulders. It did ok for the hair in front but no way could I ever make the back work. It might work better on shorter hair. 

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@SilleeMee wrote:

I'm intrigued with today's Beauty IQ Steal, the Conair Automatic Curler. Check it out, it might be something which could work for you. @jobiz 

 

https://www.qvc.com/Conair-Fashion-Curl-Automatic-Curler.product.A347122.html?sc=PSCH&TZ=EST

 


@jobiz  - I have this type of product (can't remember brand) when they first came out on the market maybe 4 years ago.  I paid 99.00 for mine.  It works great and I loved the look.  Only problem for me is that it took forever for me to do my entire head of hair because I have a lot of hair.  However, the result was wonderful and for 39.00, I suggest trying it!

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@ElvisShopsSame.  Couldnt do the back of my head.  I have until end of Jan to play with it but I think I will wind up sending it back...