Is your hair too flat or too curly? NewsChannel 11's Cecelia Jones found a product that promises to be a styling tool unlike any other. It's called the InStyler.
The InStyler has an iron barrel side and a bristle brush side. When you put the two together, the barrel rolls. I need to find someone who has extremely curly hair, and Keli Christy sure does. "This is the natural," she said. Keli is married to Pete Christy, KCBD Sports Director.
Keli says she spends a fortune just to straighten her hair. She showed us her fortune. Aside from the five hair products she uses, she also has four hair appliances tossed aside under her bathroom sink. "This is a collection," she said, but each one serves its purpose.
Keli has thick and full hair. The InStyler claims it can make it straight, so let's see if it does.
We began our test in sections, working our way to the top of her head. We put the barrel on the bottom of each section and let it work through the hair. Immediately, we could see a difference. We tried another section, and again, we could see a big difference.
For each section, we needed to comb her hair to get the tangles out and found it worked better that way. We also found ourselves going over the same spot a couple of times to get a better result. Keli tried it on herself for a more realistic approach. "It is easy to use," she said.
We still had much more to do, so I kicked it in high gear. I finished up the crown and the bangs. Forty-five minutes later, I was finished product. I thought it did a good job. Keli, on the other hand, "I like the Chi because it straightens better," she said.
The InStyler may work well on fine, wavy hair. Right now, the makers are offering the product for $14.99 for a 30-day trial period. If you don't like it, you can send the product back. Otherwise, you'll pay $120 for it. On the bright side, if you buy one, you get one free.
To purchase the InStyler, click here.
Let Us Test For You to Find Out... Does it Work?