I know that this ? has been answered under, "Curling?" but, I just bought this, tried it (first I straightened then tried doing a loose secy, victoria secret type wave for my volume and bounce). And nothing! Well, there was something, (and no, I didn't leave it on a section longer than the others I tried) it looked mis-shaped, in a way crimped in 3 inches of my 24" hair. Besides the directions someone had listed...does anyone have any ideas or have had this problem. Also, after trying with this one, I tried with my chi iron. I had watched a youtube video on how to make a curl with ANY flattening iron, basically the same thing but, she had great results! HELP! And I thank you very much if you do :)
asked 5 years, 1 month ago
on The Seductress: Curl, Wave & Straight One-Inch Iron
I will be honest and say that I have the Sultra Bombshell and created the best sexy waves ever!!! The seductress is much better for straight and curl...But that is just my opinion.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
stop straightening it first, blow dry ur hair straight n then just curl, wen u straighten with the straightener n then try to curl its like ur confusing ur hair, thats y its commong out weird
answered 4 years, 9 months ago
To add waves to your hair with the sultra seductress you must take a strand of hair, flip it over and pull very slowly. Next wrap the strand of hair around your finger and add hair spray.
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
Go to the Sultra website! They tell you exactly how to do everything with your straightener! That should help, it worked for me!
answered 5 years ago
When I first tried the Seductress for waving and curling, I found I was placing sections of hair that were too large between the plates. I was getting weird shapes. What I've done is slow down and take smaller pieces of hair. The method of curling is really similar to what you'd do with a CHI or a GHD straightener, but because the Seductress is high-gloss it's like it just slides through your hair without leaving weird marks!
I would just suggest taking smaller sections of hair and slowing down until you get used to curling your hair (because everyone's is different!) with the tool. If you have really long, thick hair, you may need to slow down, take smaller sections and then slowly move through each section.
Just play with it and see if you can't make it work for you. I love mine - I have really weird hair and it's the perfect tool for me!
answered 5 years ago
(Los Angeles, CA)
you're probably not giving it a full turn. i watched a youtube video too, and kept coming up with crimps instead of curls, but i realized that i was only turning it halfway. give it one more turn and then see if that helps. :)
answered 5 years, 1 month ago