I am so glad to finally be able to tell you all about a tool that I have been using for over a month now. I posted this picture to Instagram, which syndicated itself to my personal Facebook, my Facebook blog page and twitter. Well, it was like I set off a bomb! My phone started blowing up with private messages, text messages and just questions in general. EVERYone wanted to know what I did to make my hair so awesome! Well, the secret to voluminous hair lies within the Voloom Hair Tool! It is the first Hair Volumizing Iron! It has finally launched!
I have always been someone that suffers from flat-to-my-head hair. Creating volume has ALWAYS been an issue for me. This tool has made it fast, easy and it is super versatile. I will get more into this in a minute… I just want to show you the specs on the Voloom iron now. I have had to be quiet long enough.
There is a long cord that swivels, for ease of use. There is small (out of the way) buttons that are easy to understand; power and plus or minus for heat. There is a digital window that shows you the temperature on the top.
On the other side of the handle there is a locking mechanism. This is nice because you can lock it shut when you aren’t using it. I think this is important for when you are storing and traveling with this tool. I honestly wish all of my irons locked.
So, you may want to know what exactly creates all the volume… These wonderful teeth!
It looks almost like a crimper except it is more cubic. The teeth feed into each other when closed though, which is what I mean by crimper.
When you purchase the Voloom iron, you will get a few things with it. A heat protection pouch, a hair brush and some clips. The clips that I have here are not the ones you will get, these are just the ones I used for testing purposes.
So like I was saying before. It is so easy to work that anyone can use it. It is also super fast. The after picture below only took me a few minutes to create. All you do us clip up the top layer of your hair and them close the iron a couple times over the layers under it. Use the clips to separate out the hair and the brush will help tease it up a little. I personally don’t use the brush because the tool itself does everything I need it to.
There are so many uses for it, too. The obvious use is to do what I did with it in the picture below, which is just fluffing up my regular ‘do! Some other ideas are to give a ponytail some oomph, great a bump in a half-up look, and my personal favorite — create texture for your extensions to clip on to. You can even use this to shoosh up 2nd day hair or fix a case of bed/hat head.
I should clarify that I don’t wear my extensions just for thickness, I mainly use them to add length to my hair. But what I find is that my extensions have trouble attaching to my hair because it is fine and silky. I use this to give my hair the perfect texture for my extension clips to attach onto. I am actually going to be filming a video on doing exactly that in the next few days!
Hey, did I mention that I am so happy that Voloom has launched? Well I am. You can see what they are all about by visiting their website. Tell me in the comments below what you would use this tool for!
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