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Using a Curling Iron

When you wrap your hair in the curling iron is the curling iron on? Or off?

By Alex from TX

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March 30, 20130 found this helpful
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It has to be on to curl your hair and it has to be hot. I use a kitchen mitt to keep it from burning my fingers - I always touch the thing by accident - every time! I lay it down on a heating pad between curls since I have to lay it down to gather the hair for the next curl! Good luck!

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March 29, 20130 found this helpful

It has to be turned on. If you are worried about getting burned, you just have to be a little careful. However, if it was turned off, you would have to hold the curling iron in place for a lot longer, than when it is warm. Another thing, I am assuming you if you waited until the hair was wound, when you got that curl done, you would shut the iron off, wind some more hair, then turn the iron on again, etc. That could end up taking all day to get the job done.

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March 30, 20130 found this helpful

On, that's the purpose for heat to curl. If you wrapped then turned it on, you'd be standing there for a long time.

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