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Sultra Bombshell Curling Iron Review

See a Clampless Curling Iron in Action


Can a clampless curling iron work as well as — or better than — a traditional one? We're taking a look at the new Sultra Bombshell to find out. Watch now to see why we "love the glove" and have since become curling converts!

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dreamalittledream dreamalittledream 7 years
I actually use the regular curling iron and just don't use the clamp-it has the same effect minus the price!
rossy rossy 7 years
Wait till it's on sale.
JamieUK JamieUK 7 years
Love this. What fun and it looks so easy!
ktc71 ktc71 7 years
I love the bella videos! Thanks for the info and great advice. I'll definitely be checking my Sephora to see if they do one of the in-store events. Thank you!
Beauty Beauty 7 years
Thanks for watching the video! (BTW, love your avatar. Oh, Jake...) It's definitely an investment, but if you use hair tools a lot, it may be worth the splurge. It has a two-year warranty, which is pretty solid. It's ceramic, and it heats up quickly and evenly to 360 degrees. (Unfortunately, SOMEONE is clumsy and burned herself while trying to curl and talk with a friend. Ugh.) Anyway, it's definitely good quality -- and if you care about this sort of thing, Sultra was used on the set of SATC 2. If I were you, I'd keep an eye on the local Sephora and see when the product comes in. They are planning some in-store events where people can try the iron to see what it's like. I think that would be a good opportunity to find out if it's something you need. My roommate tried the Bombshell, too, and she was similarly blown away by how easy it was to get that kind of curl. Sultra sent this iron to us to test out, but I would probably save up to buy it anyway. With hair tools, I feel like if you're going to use something frequently, it makes sense to save up. On some things, there's not a huge difference between the expensive tool and inexpensive one (this is why my barrel brush is Revlon) but when it comes to irons and dryers, I invest extra. Because otherwise, you "save money" by buying a $20 iron, but if it isn't good, you wind up spending tons of money on treatments and haircuts to fix or eliminate heat damage. Just my two cents. :)
ktc71 ktc71 7 years
I want to get this! Not sure about the price though...
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