I’ve been testing out the T3 Twirl 360 Motion Sensing Auto Rotating Styling Iron for several weeks, thanks to iFabbo! This new one of a kind curling iron uses gyroscopic technology, similar to the mechanics used in aviation and space exploration. I found the T3 Twirl 360 to be straightforward, and easy to use once I practiced on a few sections of my hair. The T3’s tourmaline technology smooths hair and banishes frizz more effectively than my other hair styling tools. The curling iron is a solid hair tool with great features, but it just didn’t work well with my hair.
I have been looking for a different option than my current curling wand. I want something that will give a looser wave. My hair is very thick and just past shoulder length. I tested out the T3 in clean hair, and hair that was day two and three after washing. I found the barrel was much too slippery on clean hair. I had a much better grip on day 2/3 hair.
Once I got the hang of the hair placement and the slight twist of the wrist required to activate the barrel to twist, the T3 was fairly easy to use. I found that my hair would start to give off steam quickly. I was afraid to leave the iron wound for more than 10 or so seconds. Some sections of my hair wouldn’t take the curl well. I found the resulting curls to be non uniform. Even when pinning or holding the curl for 10-20 seconds after releasing, I could not get my hair to hold the curls.
I tried a variety of styling products (always use a heat protectant!) with my T3 Twirl 360, but I couldn’t get the results I hoped for. I’m wondering if the T3 would be better suited for someone with slightly longer and thinner hair. Have you tried the T3? I’d love to hear how it worked for you!
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