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The Remington T|Studio Pearl Ceramic Professional Styling Wand combines advanced technology and high-performance ceramic coatings with real crushed pearl to create a curling wand that delivers professional, salon-quality results. It quickly reaches a temperature of 410 degrees and has a high-tech, 1.5-inch barrel with ceramic coating to help you effortlessly achieve super sleek, high definition curls--without snagging or catching.
Featuring straighteners, styling wands, and hair dryers, Remington's luxurious Pearl collection harnesses the precious power of pearl and Advanced Ceramic technology to create hair you can't help but touch.
If you want to achieve salon-quality hair from your own home, meet the Pearl Styling Wand. Ceramic has become the big buzz word in hair wands--that's because ceramic improves heat distribution and helps the selected temperature remain even throughout the entire wand, so there are no hot spots.
Ceramic also creates an effortless glide with no snagging, making it easier to achieve the style you want. Plus, it ensures long-life wear, protecting the barrel against styling products and scratching.
Whether you're lusting after loose waves, a fun-and-flirty flip-do, or just a few bouncy curls, the Pearl Ceramic Wand has you covered. Easy to use; just wrap and go!
This styling wand's design helps you achieve your best style every day. The wand's barrel is conical shaped, tapering and thinning out at the end. This means the curls at the ends of your hair are smaller than those nearer to the roots, giving you a natural look that holds the shape of the curl better. And unlike traditional tong clamps, this wand's smart shape won't get in your way while you're trying to style your hair.
The Pearl Styling Wand helps you stay in control with a variable heat control ranging from 270-410 degrees Fahrenheit. With its easy-to-read digital display and temperature lock, the wand lets you decide the heat level that's right for you, then secures it with the LCD lock to prevent the temperature from changing during use.
And for added convenience on those busy mornings, the wand doesn't take long to reach its top heat--it's ready to go in just 30 seconds.
If you've ever left the house and worried that you forgot to switch off your wand, you can breathe a sigh of relief. The Pearl Styling Wand's auto shut-off function takes effect after 60 minutes. And to help you work safely, the Pearl Styling Wand has a cool tip and comes with a bonus styling glove to help keep your fingers safe while you style your hair.<
The Pearl Styling Wand is backed by a four-year warranty.
Remington has been helping the world get ready for over 70 years. Experts in innovation, Remington offers cutting-edge technology. They work with salon professionals from all over the world to produce hair styling products that really work. Remington's mission is to help you look good and feel like you're ready for anything, so you can look in the mirror and say, "Okay, world, here I come."
Remington T|Studio Pearl Ceramic Professional Styling Wand, manual, and Bonus Heat Protective Styling Glove.
Size: 1/2 Inch - 1 Inch
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The ceramic is very slippery and it's hard to get the hair to stay in place while I curl my hair around the barrel. It's very frustrating.Published 8 hours ago by Carrie thrasher
Great! Easy to set up and does a great job of my hair. It is easy to carry, so i can take it to travel around.Published 9 hours ago by Woo
Very happy with the results! I'm not very coordinated so it look me a little to get the hang of getting the
results I wanted. Happy now!
This is my 3rd clipless curling iron. The two I've owned prior to this were definitely more expensive. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Chelle S.
Purchased the smaller one and love using it on shorter hair. Bought the larger one for bigger waves. Wish the price was lower but I knew I would like. Read morePublished 1 day ago by James Kowalishin