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you seen ads for the Air Curler? It's a bizarre bucket-like contraption that
clips onto your hair dryer to give you curls without the curling iron.
put it to the test with this week's Does it Work? test.
Hauptman, like many busy moms, doesn't always have an extra 20 minutes to curl
her hair. So she gave the Air Curler a try.
to the ad, the Air Curler spins your hair into loose curls. But how can it work
without leaving your hair a tangled mess?
looks like a big wind tunnel that my hair's just going to get all tangled up
in, but we'll see," Cathy said.
directions say your hair should be clean, with your roots dry but the ends of
your hair damp. Cathy ran some water through her hair. The box includes an air nozzle
and bowl, and a universal attachment to clip it on to your hair dryer. You can
control the direction of the curl by flipping the air nozzle.
directions say 10-15 seconds of heat, followed by 10-20 seconds of cool air to
set the style.
bucket creates a cortex, kind of like a cotton candy machine. Cathy tried it
using different amounts of hair, and found bigger sections seemed to work
can leave it, or you can separate the hair to make it blend a little bit, so
you don't have big chunks of curl," she said.
Air Curler fell off the dryer a couple times when Cathy first started, but she
figured it out eventually.
was so excited about the product, she went home and tried it on her 6-year-old
daughter Anna. Cathy said it's definitely easier to use on someone else.
could definitely cut down on time, and it also gives you just a more natural
curled look, I think," Cathy said. "I think I would give it a B or a B+, just
because there is a learning curve and I would need to figure it out a little,
but I think the result is good."
Air Curler blew us away with a B+ in this Does it Work? test!