Hey you! When I get asked for hair tutorials, one of the top 5 requests is for Kate Middleton, otherwise known as Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and recently known as mother to newborn Princess Charlotte of Cambridge (totally called that name, did you?) And for good reason--she has gorgeous hair. I was able to achieve this hairstyle in 8 minutes, using the T3 Twirl 360. I received it from Ifabbo.com. Check out the easy tutorial below:
So what is the T3 Twirl 360? It's a new one-of-a-kind gyroscopic styling iron, and isn't it pretty with the white and rose gold? What makes it unique is that with a twist of the wrist and a button click, the barrel rotates for you, making styling and curling hair faster and easier than ever. The Tourmaline Technology fights frizz and seals the hair cuticle. It has 5 heat settings (up to 410) and features motion-sensing technology. I cannot recommend this gorgeous styling iron enough!
To use it, plug in and simply choose your heat setting. In a few seconds, choose a section of hair and slide the curling iron down to the end (pictured). Slightly twist your wrist and click the button to activate the twirling motion (pictured). Let go of the button when you have reached your roots or where you'd like the curl to begin. Leave in about 5-10 seconds. I usually do 10. You can open the clamp to release hair or double click the button to rotate the barrel in the opposite direction (pictured). You hair won't get stuck or sucked into a machine, because you control it with the click of a button. It is so easy, I swear!
As for the tutorial, take sections of hair, around half an inch, and curl them, holding each section for around 10 seconds. Once the curls have curled, gently mess them up with your fingers. Finish with hairspray if desired.
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EDIT: As of 11-7-15, this model is being recalled.
Luckily this tutorial will work with any curling iron.