InStyler Wet 2 DRY rotating iron hair styler – Too good to be true?

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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 Rotating Iron | Professional Tourmaline Ceramic Iron | Ionic Bristles | Dry, Straighten, Style & Curl Hair | Four Heat Settings | Automatic Shut Off

  • 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

Customer Reviews

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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She began learning about natural hair care while working at Aubrey Organics. More recently, she has been taking on the challenging question of hair loss and regrowth as a Hair Coach for Kerotin Haircare.

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