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These Are the Hair Tools Bloggers Swear By

These Are the Hair Tools Bloggers Swear By

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Whether you need to see virtual swatches of lipsticks before you purchase them online or want to see a full drugstore beauty haul for some purchasing inspo, many beauty mavens have turned to vloggers for inspiration at some point or another. These beauty experts and their carefully curated blogs of reviews persuade us to grab one product over the other—especially in the hair tools' department. We combed through top vlogger channels to find out exactly what the professionals are using to get gorgeous hair.

Leyla Rose: ghd Platinum Styler ($199)


Bloggers and Influensters alike swear by the effects from ghd straighteners. When it comes to heat styling, ghd straighteners are the ultimate in versatility–they curl as easily as they straighten. They're known for gliding effortlessly through the hair, leaving a glossy, frizz-free finish no matter which style you prefer. See for yourself with Leyla Rose's dramatic transformation. 

Cynthia Kamenos: Hot Tools Curling Iron ($39.99)


Beauty fanatics who love a good bouncy curl turn to curling irons that heat up fast and ensure a frizz-free style. Hot Tools is a fan-favorite, as it features variable heat settings that cater to all hair types from fragile to thick. Beauty vlogger Cynthia Kamenos uses Hot Tools to get loose, spiral curls with a 1 1/4" barrel. 

Dacey Cash: Velcro Rollers ($2.35)


Hot rollers are the most underrated hair tools on the market. It's a time-saving strategy that requires minimal effort. You can roll them in before you start your makeup and by the time you're done, the rollers will be ready to be taken out. YouTube sensation, Dacey Cash, uses a curling iron to heat the hair prior to rolling, but you can also opt for a blow dryer to accomplish the same thing. Watch how she makes flat hair turn to major volume from scalp to ends.  

Olivia Rink: Paul Mitchell Neuro Unclipped Titanium Curling Iron ($169.99)


Anyone who's ever sported long, thick locks can agree curling is no simple task. Not only is it incredibly difficult to add volume to the roots, but the actual process of curling also takes time and effort. InfluenSTAR, Oliva Rink, uses Paul Mitchell Neuro Unclipped Titanium Curling Iron to get spiral curls on her lengthy mane. The barrel is extra long and smooth for hair to slide through effortlessly.

What are the hair tools you turn to for styling? Tell us in the comments below!

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