Wednesday, 13 November 2013

First attempt with Babyliss Wave Envy


Babyliss Wave Envy RRP: £49.99

I've been lusting after the wave envy or Enraptures jumbo waver for SO long now but the fear of looking like my 11 year old self with a crimped mop thinking I looked good was enough to put me off buying one. But with a huge thanks to a recent competition with Babyliss i've managed to get myself any Babyliss product of my choice so after a while of deliberating I opted for the Wave Envy I mean how could I resist trying it out now although I could have done with a new hairdryer but my heart took over the practicality aspect.

My hair is limp, layer-less and down right BORING but I just never can find the perfect hairdresser so I  continue to moan about my hair and still do nothing about it but now I feel like I have a whole new head of hair, never has my hair taken to a tool so well especially one that creates volume. Literally trying it out for the first time this morning I felt like a cross between Hagrid and a lion I had that much hair on me with a subtle wave running throughout, it was especially lovely at the roots as it turned up and away from my face. It was all a little TOO much for me though so I didn't bother spraying it with hairspray and let it drop a little before photographing it. I love the overall look and it creates a perfect texture if I want to tie it up or put my hair in a top knot. I'm tempted to lightly straighten my hair in the morning to see if the volume remains even when I get rid of some of the waves. I'd definitely recommend this tool to everybody, it is amazing and well worth the price tag (Oh, and much cheaper than enraptures jumbo waver if you are just wanting to try the look out)

ps. Tesco currently has an offer on making the waver only £34.97 as well as club card points.

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