|She may be crazypants and marblemouthed and possibly psychotic, but Fake!Amanda from Revenge has the best hair on all of TV right now. Which is why I require new curling implements.|
Hi guys! So, there are 2 things that I want to buy, and I don't know if I should or not.
So, since I'm still in the midst of reprogramming my shopaholic instincts, I am leaving this decision entirely in the hands of Shopping Detox Nation. It worked out well when I couldn't decide on a Halloween costume (and you guys voted for Lucille Ball, which turned out great), so I will again trust y'alls.
Apparently, hot rollers were the secret to Farrah Fawcett's famous locks.
PROS: I don't already own any. This is one piece of hair styling artillery that I don't own yet. I already have three flatirons, one curling iron, and a set of hair curlers.
CONS: Would I actually use them? Don't know.
PROS: I can use these to easily curl my hair whilst multitasking. Using a curling iron takes all of your attention; using hair curlers is time-consuming and you have to wait for your hair to dry. From what I understand about hot rollers, you can put them into dry hair, do your makeup, then shake them out and your hair is amazeballs.
PROS: They have pearl in them, which sounds cool. Also, they are pink.
COST: Approx. $40
|Apparently, Amanda Seyfried's TO DIE FOR hair in Mamma Mia! was achieved with a hair waver|
PROS: Gives you a cool tousled curly hair look.
CONS: How do you even use it? No idea.
PROS: I could learn how to use it. Possibly easier to use than a normal curling iron?
COST: Approx. $40
YOU BE THE JURY!
So, what do you guys think? Choose your own adventure:
a) Buy both! They're both great investments, and not too expensive.
b) Buy the curlers! They will save time and also curlers are retro cool.
c) Buy the two-pronged iron! It looks cool and may be handy.