Feb 17, 2012

Beachy Waves: Enrapture Amplify Jumbo Waver



I was recently sent the Enrapture Amplify Jumbo Waver to review. I'm sure you've already seen it, Enrapture products have been doing the rounds on the blogosphere as of late. Here's just a quick review and demo of how I use it. People seem to like my speeded up videos so I hope its helpful. Any questions... just ask :)

How Easy Is It to Use?
This styler takes a little time to get used to. It's much heavier than my straighteners and conical wand and I've never used a waver, so at first I found it a little difficult. I also burned myself because I wasn't careful enough. As soon as I practised a little, and kept the tool flat side up, I found it easy enough and had no more problems. 

How Long Does It Take?
In my demo it took me 25 minutes from start to finish. This is quite a while but I have very thick long hair. If you don't have a ridiculous amount of hair, like me, you should be able to get it done in 10 to 15 minutes. It also looks great as 'second day hair', in fact I prefer the look of the waves after they have been slept on. They become more beachy and natural, so taking time to style it once and having it last three days is not a problem for me. I just add a little dry shampoo on days two and three. 


             Before          After          With French Plaits

How Much is it, and where can you buy it?
It retails for around £74.99 and you can buy it at the usual places like Boots, John Lewis and Argos. A little pricey but if you're going to use it a lot, worth the investment as the quality is great. Also the packaging is really chic and simple, which I like. 

Is it for you? 
It should work well on most hair types but to get the best effects you need a little length in your hair. If you wear clip-in extensions a lot this would look amazing with them. It also adds A LOT of volume, so If you love big hair or your hair tends to look flat this is perfect. 


                           x Onna x

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8 Comments:

At February 18, 2012 , Blogger jimmi lou said...

They came out lovely! I'm always burning myself with the GHD and conical wand!

 
At February 18, 2012 , Blogger Sarirah said...

It came out really well, you look lovely. This is the kind of style I want for my hair when I've grown it out a bit more. I don't know if I have the time to use a tool like this though as I have quite thick hair too. :) x

 
At February 20, 2012 , Blogger Stavroula @drugstoreandbargainlover said...

It came out great and it suits you so well, you're stunning :) x

 
At February 22, 2012 , Blogger girlinthelens said...

I've been on the hunt for a styling tool for beachy hair, this looks great! A bit pricey but seems a good investment. Your hairs looks gorgeous with (and without!) the waves :)

 
At February 25, 2012 , Blogger Temporary:Secretary said...

Looking so pretty with wavy/loose curl hair. I have been curling my hair a little bit more lately, but it all goes straight after an hour! :( x

 
At February 25, 2012 , Blogger xoKLW said...

Hey hun!

Love your blog - this video is so useful ... I'm so tempted to buy one! You look lovely and the video looks really easy to follow.

xoKLW
thestylebite.co.uk

 
At March 06, 2012 , Blogger Charlotte said...

Your hair looks lovely like this! X

 
At April 22, 2012 , Blogger Notorious Eyes said...

your hair looks really pretty like this!

fabulous blog!! just started following!

notoriouseyes.blogspot.com

 

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Beachy Waves: Enrapture Amplify Jumbo Waver



I was recently sent the Enrapture Amplify Jumbo Waver to review. I'm sure you've already seen it, Enrapture products have been doing the rounds on the blogosphere as of late. Here's just a quick review and demo of how I use it. People seem to like my speeded up videos so I hope its helpful. Any questions... just ask :)

How Easy Is It to Use?
This styler takes a little time to get used to. It's much heavier than my straighteners and conical wand and I've never used a waver, so at first I found it a little difficult. I also burned myself because I wasn't careful enough. As soon as I practised a little, and kept the tool flat side up, I found it easy enough and had no more problems. 

How Long Does It Take?
In my demo it took me 25 minutes from start to finish. This is quite a while but I have very thick long hair. If you don't have a ridiculous amount of hair, like me, you should be able to get it done in 10 to 15 minutes. It also looks great as 'second day hair', in fact I prefer the look of the waves after they have been slept on. They become more beachy and natural, so taking time to style it once and having it last three days is not a problem for me. I just add a little dry shampoo on days two and three. 


             Before          After          With French Plaits

How Much is it, and where can you buy it?
It retails for around £74.99 and you can buy it at the usual places like Boots, John Lewis and Argos. A little pricey but if you're going to use it a lot, worth the investment as the quality is great. Also the packaging is really chic and simple, which I like. 

Is it for you? 
It should work well on most hair types but to get the best effects you need a little length in your hair. If you wear clip-in extensions a lot this would look amazing with them. It also adds A LOT of volume, so If you love big hair or your hair tends to look flat this is perfect. 


                           x Onna x

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Onna's Little Blog: Beachy Waves: Enrapture Amplify Jumbo Waver

Beachy Waves: Enrapture Amplify Jumbo Waver



I was recently sent the Enrapture Amplify Jumbo Waver to review. I'm sure you've already seen it, Enrapture products have been doing the rounds on the blogosphere as of late. Here's just a quick review and demo of how I use it. People seem to like my speeded up videos so I hope its helpful. Any questions... just ask :)

How Easy Is It to Use?
This styler takes a little time to get used to. It's much heavier than my straighteners and conical wand and I've never used a waver, so at first I found it a little difficult. I also burned myself because I wasn't careful enough. As soon as I practised a little, and kept the tool flat side up, I found it easy enough and had no more problems. 

How Long Does It Take?
In my demo it took me 25 minutes from start to finish. This is quite a while but I have very thick long hair. If you don't have a ridiculous amount of hair, like me, you should be able to get it done in 10 to 15 minutes. It also looks great as 'second day hair', in fact I prefer the look of the waves after they have been slept on. They become more beachy and natural, so taking time to style it once and having it last three days is not a problem for me. I just add a little dry shampoo on days two and three. 


             Before          After          With French Plaits

How Much is it, and where can you buy it?
It retails for around £74.99 and you can buy it at the usual places like Boots, John Lewis and Argos. A little pricey but if you're going to use it a lot, worth the investment as the quality is great. Also the packaging is really chic and simple, which I like. 

Is it for you? 
It should work well on most hair types but to get the best effects you need a little length in your hair. If you wear clip-in extensions a lot this would look amazing with them. It also adds A LOT of volume, so If you love big hair or your hair tends to look flat this is perfect. 


                           x Onna x

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