When you have curly hair, you probably have seen a lot about how heat is something you should really be avoiding. However, if you like to mix it up with your hair styles, you might want to think about trying to utilize a curling or flat iron. Unfortunately, this can often leave hair dried out, frizzy, and create damage down the road. When curls become damaged, there really isn't anything to do for them other than cutting off the damage. Therefore, exploring other options for styling your hair is a possibility. This is how to try ice on your curls, While we want to be mindful that extreme cold can also be damaging (I know, we just can't win!) it might be a bit easier on your strands than heat. If any of you have tried this tool, make sure you write in and let us know.
How To Try Ice On Your Curls
There are tons of different products and tools out there that promise different results for when it comes to taking care of your strands. However, it's hardly a secret that heat damages curls and there really isn't a whole lot you can do to change that. However, if you still want a tool that delivers on a frizz-fighting promise and won't leave your strands a mess, you could consider trying the Ice Hair Conditioning Tool by Inverse.
Developed by hair stylist David Roe, this tool was created as a solution to curling or flat irons. It works by using ice cores to smooth and condition hair, helping to minimize frizzy hair. As a result, curls would be smoother and easier to style. All you have to do is run the product over your damp hair to see immediate results. Additionally, this would work great on curls that have been relaxed or blown out to extend the life of your look without having to wash your strands. You store the ice cores in the freezer, then pop them into the tool right before use. The tool is cordless, so wouldn't require being close to an outlet to make it work.
This treatment, according to the website, takes only about 15 minutes to complete, depending on your thickness and quantity of hair. Additionally, it does recommend using a misting spray that's included with your initial purchase, but would have to be purchased again later on to get the most effective use out of the product. For me, the biggest hold up with this product would be the price. At $150, it's very expensive for a tool that may or may not be used frequently.
Have any of you tried this product, or something similar? If so, make sure you let us know in the comments. We'd definitely like to hear from you about if you think this is a purchase that would help other curly girls make the most of their strands.