Who had a Butane curling iron growing up? Does anyone even remember the Butane curling iron? Do you know what Butane is?
Doe anyone understand why I’m repeatedly writing Bueller?
Okay never mind. My point is that sometimes the past makes a comeback (cough, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, cough), but in a waaay better format (cough, Netflix), than it’s original form. Kind of like what the Conair Unbound Cordless Auto Curler is now to what was then, the Butane Curling Iron.
So, like it’s older sister from another mother, this cordless curling iron is portable and battery operated so you can take it with you wherever you go. And when I say battery operated I mean, you charge it with its handy-dandy USB cord for four and a half hours before you first use it, then plop it into it’s pretty in pink (see what I did there?), heat resistant protective bag and into your backpack, tote, gym bag, carry on or even the back seat of your car if that’s what you’re using for a purse these days.
Later, when you want to touch up your look all you have to do is select the heat temperature you’d like the iron to be (it’s ceramic coated so won’t burn your locks), decide which direction you want to curl your hair (left, right or mixed), set the timer for how long you’d like to heat your hair, insert your hair into the curl chamber one section at a time, wait for the curler’s timer to beep, remove the curled section and insert the next strands to be curled. Repeat for up to 60 minutes and Ferris is your uncle.
Actually, make that your brother. Does anyone understand this reference? Oh never mind. You’ve got great hair now, nothing else matters.
Conair Unbound Cordless Curling Iron, $129.99, available at Walmart stores.