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InStyler Wet to Dry Rotating Iron Hair Styler - Too Good To Be True?

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InStyler Wet 2 DRY Review Too good to be true Prohairblog

InStyler, the creators of the ORIGINAL Rotating Iron, invented a wet-to-dry styler.

Since no one wants to spend hours blowdrying and Flat Ironing Their Hair. InStyler says NO BLOWDRYER NECESSARY. Is that true? Let’s find out.

InStyler Wet 2 Dry Styler​

InStyler MAX PRIME WET TO DRY 1.25″ 2-Way Styling Iron, White – 1.25​

  • Power: 60W
  • Single voltage 110v
  •  2.8 x 5.8 x 12.3 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • 1.25" Revolving Barrel with 2-Way Rotation
  • Ionic Tourmaline Ceramic Heated Plate
  • Spinning at over 100 rpm
  • 7' Professional Swivel Cord
  • Automatic Shut Off will turn the unit off after 45 minutes
  • Accessories Included: Removable Heat Guard
  • 4 HEAT SETTINGS 285°F, 315°F, 385°F, 425°F
  • 1-year warranty

How To Use The Instyler Wet To Dry​

HAIR TYPE SETTING TEMPERATURE

  • Wet to Dry Styler will automatically turn on at the highest heat setting of 425°F. Press the Power Button again to select the desired temperature. The unit is on the Max temperature setting when all of the LED lights are illuminated.
    •  Thick, Coarse, Curly High/Max 385°F - 425°F
    •  Normal, Medium, Wavy Medium/High 315°F - 385°F
    •  Fine, Thin Low 285°F
  • CLASSIC BLOWOUT
  • Towel-dry your hair as much as possible. Your hair should be just damp to the touch but not dripping or wet.
  • Detangle, section, and smooth hair before styling.
  • Make sure the barrel is rotating away from the face, in the natural direction of the hair.
  • TO CHANGE  ROTATION: Close your InStyler twice quickly (double-click) to change the direction of the barrel.
  • Grab a 1-2" section of hair and spread it across the barrel evenly, with the barrel underneath the hair and the brush is on top. Make sure there are no loose strands hanging.
  • Start at the roots and rotate wrist slightly for volume at the roots.
  • Slowly move down hair, allowing 1-2 passes to dry.
  • Let the barrel rotate for a few seconds before gliding down the hair.
  • For flips at the end, rotate wrist once at the end of the hair and hold.
  • Towel-dry your hair as much as possible. Your hair should only be just damp to the touch but not dripping or wet.
  • Repeat the first few steps as in the above instructions.
  • Slowly move down hair, allowing 1-2 passes to dry.
  • Once hair is completely dry, reposition so that the tool is being held vertically.
  • Grab a 1-2" section of hair and wrap it around the barrel.
  • Close InStyler for 3-5 seconds. The longer you press, the more defined the curl will be.
  • Wrap hair in alternate directions as you move through each section of hair.
  • WARRANTY: All InStyler tools are covered against manufacturer defects for one year after the date of purchase from an authorized retailer

See The InStyler in Action​

What Do People Say About The WET To DRY Styler​

  • The only positive feature is it gives lots of volume. My hands are cramped from holding it closed after a few small sections of hair.
  • My hair falls right through, and I have really thick hair. I use the styler to de-frizz and soft curl. The end of my hair crimps and frizzes with this new model
  • get great volume and style with no effort at all.
  • Is supposed to be ok for wet; however, hair needs to be almost dry or takes a long time
  • Small portions, patience, and practice
  • Leaves moisture at the root area takes as long to use a blow dryer and straightener.
  • Best for thinner hair or hair that dries quickly

See The Customer Reviews on InStyler Wet to Dry Iron

In Conclusion

  • InStyler Wet to Dry is a little bit deceptive in wording.
    • First of all, because you must really towel dry so it should be called damp to dry styler.
    • Some people say they have had better results when they blowdry until the hair is only slightly damp.
    • Second,  you have to pass it through to dry your hair as a first step and then for styling, you must pass it through again for curls and styling.
  • Not exactly a one-step styler
  • NOT for international travel
  • Time-consuming
  • Best for fine/thin hair that dries quickly
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