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I bought this Conair 1" Curling Iron from Target for $17.99. I have had this for about 5 years now, but I know Target still sells them. It`s affordable and does the job. This is a standard 1" and I want to get the 2" barrel because those are nicer for making loose waves. The 1" is good for creating defined and tight curls. The maximum heat on this is 390. I hold each piece of hair for about 10 seconds, and it gives a nice tight curl. If I want lose waves, I have to come out my hair or just wait for the curls to fall a little.
It comes with a protective cover, and I like having that just to be safe. If you share a bathroom with someone or have small children it`s good to have a protective cover. It takes the curling iron about 30 seconds to heat up, but I think since mine is old, now it takes about a minute for me. I like keeping the cover on instead of just holding it and waiting. It has a swivel cord, which I really appreciate. The power on and off button is good, I don`t like the switch types because sometimes those get stuck and you can`t be 100% sure you turned it off. With the buttons, there`s a light at the top, so you`ll know for sure you turned it off.
<strong>Product Grade: A</strong>
<em>I highly recommend the Conair Satin Finish Instant Heat Curling Iron. It`s a great curling iron for the price. I have never tried those $150+ curling irons, so I can`t make the comparison, but this works good enough for my needs.</em>
<strong>What curling iron do you use? What would you recommend?</em>
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