Curling irons vary in size, model, and, of course, price. This leads us to the question why some curling irons cost so much. Just like other commodities, there are several reasons why they cost so much. Among them are:
ARE EXPENSIVE CURLING IRONS BETTER THAN THOSE THAT COST LESS
It is not always a guarantee that expensive curling irons are better than cheaper ones. The answer to this question would be “it depends”.
An expensive price tag does not mean it works well. The most expensive curling iron is probably a ceramic digital curling iron.
An expensive product is not a guarantee of it having good quality. It does not also mean that it is durable. Sometimes they make it expensive just to get your money. It could be possible that one cheap curling iron could work better and last longer for your hair than a really expensive one. Try some out before making a purchase.
HOW MUCH DOEAS AN EXPENSIVE CURLING IRON COST
An expensive curling iron may cost as much as $250. When you’re trying to decide what kind of flat iron to buy, it’s pretty easy to get wrapped up in the idea of a $20 iron that swears you will get the look you want. Sometimes, you get lucky and find a really good tool for your hair that is inexpensive. Mostly however, you’ll find the quality on a cheap option is way below that of a higher priced one, and you might regret not springing for the better model.
WHY 0PT FOR EXPENSIVE CURLING IRONS
Here are some reasons why people who can afford it opt for expensive curling irons rather than the cheaper ones.
LIST OF SOME PRICEY CURLING IRONS THAT ARE POPULAR RIGHT NOW
Drybar The Wrap Party Styling Wand, $165
Why it's great: With its buttercup yellow detailing, this is easily one of the most stylish styling wands in town. And it's got more than just looks going for it, of course. The reverse-tapered barrel is perfect for executing loose waves and with all the heat settings it works well on a variety of hair types. How does holding sleek, beachy waves for days at a time sound to you?
Sultra The Bombshell 1.5 Inch Curling Rod, $130
Even with the hefty price, readers say this curling wand is worth every penny. "Naturally, I was extremely hesitant to pay $130 for a curling iron," one user admits. "This thing literally takes 10 to 15 minutes to style my entire head, and the results are better than if you were to use traditional curling irons, flat irons, heated curlers, dry curlers, etc. This gives you the best hair of your life. It makes your hair shiny too!"
Users with naturally straight hair are particularly impressed with this product. "I have poker straight hair and have never been able to hold a curl," says one user. "My friend told me that the Bombshell curl would last. I used hers and wow, bouncy curls all day. I am now an owner of my very own Bombshell curling iron.
Babylisspro Nano Titanium SteamTech MiraCurl, $139.95
This curling iron actually curls your hair for you, which is basically the dream. It works by coiling your hair up in its chamber and swiftly heating it. It's quite fast (you can finish your whole mane in less than 30 minutes) and you can get lots of different effects with it too, from tightly defined curls to loose, beachy waves.
T3 Whirl Trio Interchangeable Styling Wand, $270
Why it's great: Yes, at $270, it's quite the pretty penny. But when you factor in the fact that it has three interchangeable curling wands (each rendered in sleek white with opulent rose gold detailing), that price tag gets a lot easier to stomach. And did we mention it's very good at its job? It's so easy to work with and the curls you get from this really last — we're talking three days and up.
Beachwaver Co. Beachwaver S1, $129
Readers say this self-rotating wand "takes all the grunt work out of curling hair" by heating up fast and curling hair quickly. "You wouldn't think that a automatic wand would make such a difference, but it does," reports one reviewer. "The controls are easy to figure out. I can curl my hair in record time — and never burn myself."
This iron gives you right off the runway Victoria's Secret [hair]. The curls last two to three days with little to touch up and little need for hairspray. This is why for many, this "amazing product" has become their "new go-to" curling iron.
Some curling irons cost so much because they have good quality. They also have features which cannot be found on cheaper curling irons. Although not all expensive curling irons are of the best quality and features, if you really do want to have one of these, make sure that you choose the right curling iron which will meet your curling needs.