Enrapture Amplify Jumbo Waver Review

This weeks video is a completely new challenge for me.  I’ve never done a hair tutorial before and what better product to start with than the Enrapture Amplify Jumbo Waver*.    Rather than tell you how easy this product is to use, I thought I’d show you.  If you’re looking for rock chic curls then this is the curling product for you.  So far the curls have lasted pretty well for three days with no extra touch ups needed!  i’m really glad that this product also comes with different heat setting as not everybody will need to turn the heat all the way up so therefore it can work if you’ve got thin or thick hair.  
My biggest tip with this product it to try and put different thicknesses of hair through so it looks more natural when it’s finished.
It really is so quick and simple to use.  The Jumbo Waver is available from Boots (on special offer might I add!)  I’ve even thrown in a quick hair style that looks great using this tool.  I love Enrapture products.  I bought the Totum Styler a few months back and it’s just the most PERFECT tool for elegant curls.  I think the Jumbo waver is more for relaxed curls and I can definitely see it being a summer staple for my hair.  In the winter months I think it will look great under a cute hair (preferable with a bobble 🙂 )  So if you;re a lazy gal like me who prefers extra time in bed than getting ready to go out then the Enrapture Jumbo Waver will be your best friend!

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