The $23 hair styling tool from Kmart shoppers says it gives you the perfect glossy curl in 10 minutes flat — and NO product required
- Australian shoppers are going crazy over a $23 hair styling gadget from Kmart
- A mother shared how she styled her daughter’s hair with the wand online
- She said she didn’t need to use any extra products and it only took 10 minutes
- Many who saw the mother’s post were impressed by the ‘sensational’ results
Aussie beauty lovers are racing to get their hands on a ‘miracle’ gadget from Kmart that will give you salon-worthy curls and will set you back just $23.
A Victorian mum tested the wand on her daughter’s thick, straight hair and shared the impressive results to Kmart Mums Australia’s Facebook page, surprising hundreds.
She said she didn’t need to use any products, the curls lasted the next day, and it only took her 10 minutes to style her young daughter’s hair.
Australian shoppers are going crazy over a $23 hair styling tool from Kmart that’s ‘super easy’ to use and gives a bouncy, salon-worthy curl in just 10 minutes
‘Just bought the “magic wand” from Kmart and tried it on my daughter’s hair! Her hair is soooo thick, heavy and super hard to do anything about! I’m super impressed!’ the Kmart customer said in the post.
A picture of the girl’s hair, when her mother was halfway through styling it with the wand, showed the contrast between her thick straight locks and the bouncy curls, which she later brushed out with a wide tooth comb.
She added that her daughter’s hair had been washed a few days before, no extra styling products were used, and the curls were still in tact the next day.
The budget curler can soften tousled waves into big tousled curls, according to the Kmart website
‘Super easy to do and it was super fast! I’ve curled her hair with the straightener before and it takes forever with her hair!’ she said.
‘This was done in 10 minutes! And a wide tooth comb to brush it out.’
The budget curler can soften tousled waves into big tousled curls, according to the Kmart website.
A photo of the girl’s hair, when her mother was halfway through styling it with the wand, showed the contrast between her thick straight locks and the bouncy curls
Many group members were impressed with the results as well as the ‘absolute bargain price’ of the smart curler.
“I need this,” said one woman, while another wrote: “I’ve been looking at this.”
‘It looks sensational,’ replied a third and a fourth asked: ‘Good to know! I just bought one the other day and I have really long hair. Must try it. Is it easy to use?’
The mom said it was “tricky” to do her own hair with the curling iron, but she eventually got the hang of it and it was “super easy” to use.