Waving Wand vs Original Wand
With waves confirmed as the hottest look of this season, we felt it was about time we helped you to discover what sort of waves and curls styles can be achieved with different types of wands!
With so many styling tools available and oodles of different waving techniques to try, it can be tricky to determine how to achieve the look you’re longing for. Here is our lowdown of the difference between The Original Wand and The Waving Wand, and what sort of styles you can create with each must-have hair hero.
Featuring a super smooth, mineral-coated ceramic barrel that tapers down, The Original Wand is the ideal tool for creating three key looks:
- Tight Curls
- Vintage Waves
- Hollywood Waves
The Original Wand features three different temperatures: 126 degrees C / 155 degrees C / 187 degrees C
The Original Wand comes with a protective heat guard which clips over the barrel to protect your Wand whilst not in use.
The Original Wand has an automatic switch off feature which means that it will turn itself off after 30 minutes of inactivity.
The Cloud Nine Original Wand can be operated with mains voltage ranging from 100v-240v, 50Hz ac, and will automatically adjust itself to the varying power source. This means that you can take your styling tools with you wherever you travel.
The Waving Wand also features a super smooth, mineral-coated ceramic straight barrel which allows you to achieve several looks:
- Soft Waves
- Beach Waves
- Volume and movement
The Waving Wand features three different temperatures: 130 degrees C / 155 degrees C / 180 degrees C
The Waving Wand doesn't come with a protective Heat Guard however it features a kick stand to ensure that you can handle and rest the styler safely and protect your surfaces.
The Waving Wand has an automatic switch off feature which means that it will turn itself off after 30 minutes of inactivity.
Unfortunately the Waving Wand doesn't feature International Voltage.