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Sunday, April 1, 2012

The Secret To The Perfect Pin Curl

Shhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!
The Secret to Pin curling is Finally Here!!!

Introducing
Sculptor Pin Curler!



"Betty..... you think Barb used hers tonight??!"
"Well, she said she did it herself, her hair looked like a dream!"






Hello There!!!
So recently Vintagehair.com contacted me for a sample of the 'Sculpter Pin Curler' , to try it out and asked me how I like it since I'm a hair dresser.
Well....
*When I first heard of the product I thought..hmmmm that sounds interesting ...I cant wait to try it out.

*When I received the product I was absolutely blown away by the packaging ( see below), Its new ( modern) , but you feel like you actually bought a vintage item ...so it makes you feel like your a girl from the 1940's and 50's , plus its Pink! Muah!!!!

*When I opened the box there was 2 Sculptor Pin Curlers , it came with a handy 'how to' book,  lots of set ideas for different hair styles to achieve, and 2 posters of vintage hair styles.

* Now.... When I tryed out the product, I could believe how simple and easy it made pin curling! It  brushes your hair as you pin curl your hair.Which is beneficial for frizz free beautiful curls/ waves!

It definitely cuts down pin curling time!
 For those who find pin curling hard... this is your answer made in heaven!
USE IT!!!
Its the perfect product!!!!






Here's How to Use it!


1) Take a section of hair...(Note I'm doing this on dry hair ...for demonstration purposes)
The end of the tool has comb bristles but in circle form just feed it thru close to the scalp.

2) Pull down tool almost to the ends. Then start to roll.

3) Roll all the way to the scalp or how ever up close you want to roll to ( you might want a different look)

4) Carefully take your hair and slide it out of the 'Sculpter Pin Curler'

5)) Pin!!!!!

The Result???

Beautiful Curls that look like a Pro did it!!!!




Love As Always,



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Its a Must have for that pinup girl!!!!

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15 comments:

  1. This is a great posting I have read. I like your article..

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  2. sounds very interesting!!! They don´t mention any shipping to Germany on their website though. Will have to look into that.

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  3. My friend does this with a pen or pencil and swears by it.

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  4. I was taught by a vintage hairstyling class to use a dolly peg...the old wooden ones. This works just as well.

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  5. I want one! I can't believe how beautiful the packaging is

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  6. Oh my goodness, I love the packaging! Such a cute product!

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  7. Super great post I have a pin curler from the 40s and this is vary helpful!!

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  8. what a great idea.Will have to try it.I like doing it the old way but when you have long hair your arms get tired.lol.This may help me.x

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  9. So funny you should post about pin curls right now, because I just finally have been figuring out how to do them on my hair as well. I won't tell you how many bobby pins and how much gel it took to secure the coiffure, but at long last I was able to have an authentic 40s "do" for my latest photo shoot. Pictures here: http://www.edelweisspatterns.com/blog/?p=2096

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  10. I love this product and the packaging!! It will help me so much because it takes ages with my long hair xx

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  11. This looks like such a great product, especially for someone like me who can't get the hang of pin curls!

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  12. I use an old mascara wand for a similar effect. :)

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  13. hi there, love your blog, u look fabulous and have some great vintage clothes, love your hair, i adore vintage too but find it so hard to get it in bigger sizes, kisses from dublin xxx leonie

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  14. Those curls look fantastic, I'll have to try them:D

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