When it comes to hair wands, I love to try out new products. I have naturally curly hair, but it’s quite frizzy, so I do like to manipulate my curls to look ‘perfect’. I had heard of the NuMe brand before, but only in America. I didn’t realise you could purchase them in the UK too. I’d heard great reviews about them too, so when I had a chance to try their hair wand, I jumped at the chance.
The NuMe Classic wand 32MM comes in three colours – Black, Turquoise and Pink. I opted for the obvious colour – Pink.
The Classic Curling Wand is made with a 100 percent tourmaline ceramic barrel with far infrared heat technology that naturally emits negative ions to combat frizz and add shine every single use. Designed to give a wide variety of hairstyles from tight ringlets to beach waves, it comes in three different sizes including the 19mm, 25mm, and 32mm. The Classic Curling Wand includes a heat-resistant styling glove and is safe for all hair types.
This magic wand as I like to call it, heats up to 210°c in seconds, and gives me curls for days literally. I can go about 4 days with the curls in my hair and I love it. I have beach waves in winter! The longer you wrap the hair around the wand, the tighter and longer the curls stay in I find. The best way to use this is to wrap the hair around the barrel towards the scalp and just hold it down.
32MM wand gives you beach waves, and you can brush your hair out after curling to add that tousled effect, but I simply run my fingers through my hair.
Far infrared heat – sends a gentle heat directly into the hair follicle and out to the cuticle to protect strands over time.
Tourmaline ceramic – offers a smooth, friction-free surface to reduce breakage and naturally conducts far infrared heat and negative ions for healthier heat styling.
Negative ion conditioning technology – maintains moisture and eliminates frizz by sealing the hair’s cuticle while boosting shine.
I much prefer the clipless curlers because they are so much easier to curl with. There is also an easy to use on-off power switch with a light indicator.
Here’s how the curls looked on me:
*PR sample. All views are my own.