My hair has finally started growing, and as it gets longer I love it wearing it with a slight wave. I was sent the Love Label Deep Waver* and it is the perfect summer wave hair tool! It's quite a massive hair curler, but it creates a gorgeous wave! It's been raved about a fair bit after being spotted and used in the 'Big Brother House'!
It claims to help you achieve 'rippling silken locks and siren looks. Smooth, chic and sophisticated and the tourmaline finish of these deep wavers is designed to lock in moisture and shine, whilst keeping frizz at bay'.
The deep waver is also packed with features for easy handling and perfect wavy hair. It has cool tips which means you can easily hold the ends of the waver without getting burnt fingers! It also has a handy temperature dial ranging from 150c - 210c and a locking switch.
I've been playing around with this deep waver for the past few days, especially with second day hair. This waver is super easy to use and doesn't take long to achieve a full head of waves! At first the waves can look a little like 90's crimped hair, which still looks pretty, but I prefer to tip my head upside down and shake out the waves a little for what I call 'festival hair'. Hair that doesn't look like anything has been done to it, and looks pretty natural! The waves last and hold very well . The only thing I can find to fault about this product is the tool itself i quite bulky and isn't terribly light, however this wasn't really a problem for me! Another plus for me was that this took next to no time to heat up and was ready to go very quickly!
Overall I've been really enjoying using this waver as I think it creates perfect, beachy/festival summer type waves! This Love Label Deep Waver typically retails for £39 but is currently on an amazing offer of just £23. I also had some friends over recently for some drinks and one spotted this tool and said how badly she wanted one, and she used it and loved it!
Also, if you are into Big Brother, Very.co.uk have a super fun little quiz to see what sort of bb housemate you would be, check it out here!
Have you tried a hair tool like this? What is your favourite hair tool to use to get curls?