Created with checkerboard plates to “stamp” a textured pattern onto the hair, the crimper-like tool is made to be used beneath the top layer of hair (similar thinking to teasing) so hair looks smooth but full of volume. The process takes a few minutes and delivers texture and volume at the root that sticks around until your next wash day. Plus, because the plates only come into contact with the hair for a few seconds, heat damage stays at a minimum. (But we’re still fans of spritzing on a heat protectant before treating each section.)
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