Review Session: Curling With A Flat Iron [CC Beauty Live]

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It’s almost Christmas, and you’re probably traveling and running around to holiday parties. Sometimes you get stuck with your hairstyle, and you’re not sure what to do. This happens to me all the time! When I’m traveling, I like to take one hair tool that can do different things to keep my luggage light.

We all love multi-taskers, right? Right. That’s why when Amika’s Cynthia Rowley Ceramic Styler came to my door, I knew it was a winner. First of all, it’s basically a flat iron. But there’s a catch: it has rounded plates and curved edges so it also acts like a curling iron! What do you know? It’s a two-in-one product!

Regular flat irons tend to have more square edges so if you try to curl your hair with it, you get some nasty creases. With this hot tool, you get nice curls or waves depending on how you use it and you can straighten your hair too. Check out how below!

On my face: Painted Earth Pore Perfecting Primer, MAC Studiofix powder, NARS Multiple in Orgasm, random black eyeliner, Maybelline One on One Mascara

On my nails: OPI Bubble Bath

In my hair: Victoria’s Secret So Sexy De-Tangler, Hana Shine Shield

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Caitlin is a graduate of the University of Alabama who has an obsession with cupcakes, coffee, and Harry Potter. She always has random fun facts and is now living and adventuring in New York City. Follow her fabulous life @caitlincorsetti. You’re welcome!

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