The 12 Best Rotating Curling Irons of 2023, Tested and Reviewed

The Prizm Wavy Professional Rotating Curling Iron is easy to use and creates bouncy, voluminous styles

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Curling Irons

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Imagine if you could transform your hair into bouncy, voluminous curls with the press of a button. Spoiler: You can. Rotating curling irons are the hair tools of the future. These innovative devices make styling hair a breeze (sometimes literally), thanks to their ability to instantly and automatically create curls. How do they do it, you ask? Some rotating curling irons utilize airflow (think: the Dyson Airwrap), while others effortlessly twist hair around a barrel. No matter how they work, the results are always the same: Luscious, full curls.

However, finding the right rotating curling iron is no easy feat. The sheer number of devices on the market is overwhelming, to say the least. Luckily, we did the hard work for you. We put 32 top-rated curling irons through rigorous tests in our lab, trying them on different hair types and carefully examining their ease of use, the amount of tension the clamps had on hair, their value, and their overall performance. After sifting through the results, we were able to uncover the 12 best rotating curling irons of 2023. Ultimately, the Prizm Wavy Professional Rotating Curling Iron proved to be the best thanks to its versatility and surprisingly affordable price point.

Best Overall

Prizm 1 Inch Wavy Professional Rotating Curling Iron

Prizm 1 Inch Wavy Professional Rotating Curling Iron


What We Love: This curling iron has 11 different temperature settings that range from 250 to 450 degrees.

What We Don’t Love: Some customers note that their curling irons unexpectedly broke after about six months of use.

If you’re looking for a curling iron that will quickly, effectively, and effortlessly style your hair, look no further than this Prizm favorite. Complete with a 1-inch titanium barrel, this rotating curling iron works fast to produce bouncy curls in mere minutes. The high tech iron heats up to 450 degrees in less than 35 seconds and features 11 different temperature settings that you can adjust based on your hair type. It also has two clearly labeled buttons – L and R that determine which direction the iron rotates – making the device simple and convenient to use.

Aside from being easy to use, this hot tool also provides hair with gorgeous, voluminous curls. “My curls turned out very nice: They are well-defined and bouncy,” says our tester. “I could easily brush the curls to get beachy waves if I wanted to as well.” Additionally, thanks to the titanium nano material that the barrel is made with, this tool produces negative ions, which enhance shine and help lock in moisture. As for the cherry on top: This tool has a one-hour automatic shut-down, which means you won’t have to worry if you accidentally leave it on.

It’s worth noting that though the iron worked perfectly in our test, some online reviews claim that the tool broke after six months of use. These instances seem to be few and far between, so we still recommend the iron for its unbeatable price and gorgeous results. 

Price at time of publish: $90

Barrel Size: 1 inch | Heat Settings: up to 450 degrees | Barrel Material: Titanium Nano | Speeds: 1

Best Luxury

T3 TWIRL 360

T3 TWIRL 360


What We Love: This hot tool uses what’s called gyroscopic technology – a smart feature that detects the motion of your hand to automatically propel the barrel in the right direction.

What We Don’t Love: There’s definitely a learning curve when it comes to using this tool properly.

There’s no other way to say it: The T3 Twirl Auto-Rotating Curling Iron is one of a kind. This innovative tool utilizes gyroscopic technology, which is a fancy way of saying that it curls your hair for you. Here’s the scoop: The iron can sense the motion of your hand. Once it knows which way you’re trying to curl your hair (either way from your face or toward your face), it automatically adjusts its settings. “This tool is so smart — there's only one button to rotate, and it determines which way with the flick of a wrist. I like that because it ensures you don't accidentally press the wrong button and end up curling your hair the wrong way,” our tester says.

The result of this smart technology? Luscious, bouncy curls. Plus, thanks to the 1¼ -inch barrel, you can achieve a variety of curl styles (like loose waves, ribbon curls, and more), no matter what length your hair is. On top of that, it has two different rotating speeds, so you can adjust it according to your preference.

Although we love this tool, it’s worth noting that it’s not totally intuitive to use unless you read the manual, so make sure you take the extra few minutes flipping through the instructions to have the most seamless experience.

Price at time of publish: $230

Barrel Size: 1¼ -inch | Heat Settings: up to 410 degrees | Barrel Material: Ceramic | Speeds: 2

Best Budget

MaikcQ 1.25 Inch Rotating Curling Iron



What We Love: This curling iron comes with a special comb-like attachment that can be used to brush through hair to achieve loose, frizz-free waves.

What We Don’t Love: This tool is only recommended for people with long- and medium-length hair.

Effortless curls are just minutes away when you have this affordable beauty tool. Complete with a ceramic tourmaline barrel that reduces heat damage, seals in moisture, and lessens frizz, this rotating curl iron is all you need to achieve a curly hairstyle.

What we love most about this curling iron is that it’s extremely easy to use: It has two buttons on the handle (one with an arrow pointing to the right and another with an arrow pointing to the left) that turn the barrel in your desired direction. It also has an LCD screen that allows you to see what temperature the tool is at (there are three different temperature settings; low, medium, and high). But, what really sets this device apart is its special brush attachment. This handy tool can be clipped right onto the barrel and used to comb through hair after curling it. The results? Defined, wave-like curls.

However, it’s worth noting that the brand only recommends this tool for people with long- and medium-length hair because of its short clamp. “I wish the clamp was a little longer,” our tester says. “Since the clamp is shorter I had to be really careful to not burn my head with the top of the iron.” Overall, this curling iron is great for anyone with shoulder-length hair or longer who wants gorgeous, shiny curls. 

Price at time of publish: $68

Barrel Size: 1¼ -inch | Heat Settings: 410 degrees | Barrel Material: Ceramic | Speed: 1

Most Versatile

Shark FlexStyle Air Styling & Drying System

Shark FlexStyle Air Styling & Drying System


What We Love: This tool features a cool shot, which helps set and define curls.

What We Don’t Love: You have to switch out the barrel depending on which way you want to curl your hair.

This cutting-edge hair tool is ultra-versatile, giving users the option to switch between different attachments based on what kind of hairstyle they want to achieve. Choose between a slew of stylers including a handful of brushes (complete with round, oval, and paddle options), as well as a curl diffuser, style concentrator, and wide-tooth comb. Plus, you can also choose two auto-wrap curlers, which are our personal favorites. 

These feature the same Coanda airflow technology as the Dyson Airwrap, which instantly wraps hair around the barrel of the curler. Since it utilizes high-speed air instead of high temperatures (like traditional hot tools), hair is exposed to less heat damage, if any at all. And, even though it doesn’t use high heat, it’s still able to create bouncy, long-lasting curls thanks to its cool shot feature, which helps set and define hair.

The only thing we will point out is that this device comes with two different curling barrels that can only curl hair in one direction (one curls hair to the left and the other curls hair to the right). This means you will have to swap out the barrel if you want to switch the direction of your curls. However, it’s really easy to change between attachments, so this shouldn’t be too much of a hassle.

Price at time of publish: $270

Barrel Size: 1¼ -inch | Heat Settings: up to 203 degrees | Barrel Material: Ceramic | Speeds: N/A

Shark FlexStyle Air Styling & Drying System

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Best For Beginners

Beachwaver Co. S1 Rotating Curling Iron

Beachwaver Co. S1 Rotating Curling Iron


What We Love: This tool features a ceramic barrel with full-length internal heaters that evenly distribute heat from the top to the bottom.

What We Don’t Love: The iron automatically shuts down after 30 minutes, so if it takes you longer than that to curl your hair, you will have to turn it back on.

Curling your hair isn’t always an intuitive process (even with a rotating curling iron). Luckily, this smart tool from Beachwaver simplifies the process. “All you have to do is place a one-inch piece of hair under the clamp and hit the button signifying the direction you'd like the curl to go,” our tester explains. Then, it does the rest for you!

Made with a one-inch ceramic barrel that heats up in under one minute, and a small grip clamp that effortlessly holds hair in place while it curls, this iron reduces the time it takes to style your hair. “Though the clamp is small, it manages to hold long hair securely in place while the iron does its job. There’s no tugging, and it releases hair pretty easily, too,” our tester adds. We appreciate that there are two curling speeds, too (fast and slow), so you can adjust it to your liking. 

Overall, this tool is ideal for anyone who wants bouncy curls without the hassle. Plus, it’s great for people who want to experiment with a range of hairstyles. “The beauty with this tool is that you're able to create different types of curls depending on how you clamp, how long you hold the iron to the hair, and the direction it rotates,” our tester explains. To try out different styles, head to the brand’s website — they’ve compiled a variety of videos that showcase dozens of ways to use the curler. 

Price at time of publish: $150

Barrel Size: 1 inch | Heat Settings: 410 degrees | Barrel Material: Ceramic | Speeds: 2

Beachwaver S1-Dual Voltage Rotating Curling Iron

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Best For Loose Curls

The Farrah Rotating Curling Iron

The Farrah Rotating Curling Iron

The Farrah

What We Love: This styler doesn’t have a clamp; instead, it uses smart technology to wrap hair from the top of the head down to the ends.

What We Don’t Love: This tool doesn’t show the temperature.

If there’s one hairstyle every beauty buff has strived to achieve at some point in their lives, it’s loose curls. These kinds of curls always appear to be natural, chic, and ultimately effortless. However, for some people, they’re often the most difficult style to create. Luckily, there’s a tool that’ll give you loose curls with ease: The farrah Rotating Curling Iron. 

This sleek tool features a one-inch barrel that tames frizz and adds shine, thanks to the ceramic coating. It also has a rotating barrel that doesn’t feature a clamp, which can be easier for beginners to use. Smart technology wraps the hair itself, starting from the top of the head and working its way down towards the ends. (Essentially, to use this tool, hold it next to a one-inch section of hair, starting at the top. Press the button to curl hair, and slowly pull the device down to your ends. Voilà! Effortless curls.)

We will note that you can’t see the actual temperature of the tool, rather, a little LED light will illuminate when it’s at 250, 300, 350, 400, or 450 degrees. “It would be more convenient if there was a display box to show the actual temperature in numbers instead of a range,” our tester says.

Price at time of publish: $119 (originally $155)

Barrel Size: 1 inch | Heat Settings: up to 450 degrees | Barrel Material: Ceramic | Speeds: 1

 the farrah Rotating Curling Iron

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Best For Frizz

TYMO Rota Automatic Iconic Hair Curling Wand

TYMO Rota Automatic Iconic Hair Curling Wand


What We Love: This curler comes with everything you could ever need, including a travel bag, heat-resistant glove, and two hair clips.

What We Don’t Love: This iron doesn’t show what temperature it’s at.

Made with a titanium barrel, this curling iron releases negative ions that penetrate the hair, nourishing it from the inside out. These negative ions also seal hair follicles and lock in moisture, ultimately taming and lessening frizz. Aside from the fact that it dramatically reduces static and frizz, we also love that the iron has a handful of great features that make it ideal for anyone to use, from beginners to pros. 

For starters, the small clamp firmly holds hair while it rotates; the rotation buttons are easy to recognize and smoothly wrap hair; and there are five different temperature settings (from 280 degrees to 430 degrees), which allow you to adjust the iron to your desired heat. We will note that you can’t actually see the temperature the tool is set to. Rather, it has five lights that indicate which level the tool is set to. To finish it all off, it heats up in under one minute and automatically shuts off after one hour.

Price at time of publish: $100

Barrel Size: 1 ¼ -inch | Heat Settings: 430 degrees | Barrel Material: Titanium | Speeds: 1

 TYMO Rota Curling Iron

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Best For Fine Hair

Bio Ionic Stylewinder Rotating Styling Iron

BIO IONIC Stylewinder Rotating Styling Iron


What We Love: This iron has a large clamp that securely holds strands and doesn’t tug or pull hair.

What We Don’t Love: It takes about three minutes for the tool to heat up, which is longer than it takes most curling irons.

As someone with fine, flat hair, I know firsthand the struggle of attaining bouncy, well-defined curls. Luckily, this rotating curler has changed the game. It has a one-inch iron barrel that easily wraps around thin hair in seconds. The barrel is the ideal size for achieving voluminous curls that are not too loose or too tight – AKA the perfect happy medium. Additionally, it’s made from iron, which helps reduce frizz while also adding moisture to strands. (I’ve noticed that my hair is much shinier when I use this tool as opposed to others.) 

As someone who prefers using a curling iron as opposed to a wand, I really enjoy the large clamp that this tool has. It securely holds my thin hair in place while it rotates, and it doesn’t leave crimps or bumps. Another underrated feature: It has a nine-foot swivel cord that makes maneuvering this curler around your head a breeze. 

While this isn’t a huge deal, it takes about three minutes for the iron to fully heat up, which is much longer than the other tools we tested. Keep this in mind if you’re trying to quickly style your hair before heading out. 

Price at time of publish: $145

Barrel Size: 1 inch | Heat Settings: 440 degrees | Barrel Material: Iron | Speeds: 1

Best For Thick Hair

Lyealion Interchangeable Hair Curling Wand

Lyealion Interchangeable Hair Curling Wand


What We Love: This tool beeps when the curl is ready to be released, ultimately taking out the guesswork and preventing hair from burning. 

What We Don’t Love: The rotate and release buttons are really close to each other, so you have to make sure you do not press the rotate button if you are trying to release your curl.

If you have thick hair and are looking to experiment with different curl sizes, this hot tool will give you all the freedom and flexibility you want. It comes with three barrel heads (complete with barrel sizes that are ¾ -inch, 1-inch, and 1 ¼-inch wide) that are easy to change between.

These varying barrels can create a range of curls, including big, beachy waves, soft curls, light waves, and tight ringlets. Beyond the interchangeable barrels, another cool feature ensures you achieve the style you want: The iron beeps when each ringlet is ready to be released, guaranteeing even heat distribution and preventing damage. 

As for the best part? This product comes with a wide-tooth comb, a heat-resistant glove, three hair clips, 24 small claw clips, and a box to store everything in, so you have everything you need when you’re ready to style. Honestly, the only thing we’d change is the placement of the curling buttons in relation to the release button — they’re very close to each other and can be mistaken for each other. As you get to know the device this will be less likely to happen, but it takes some getting used to. 

Price at time of publish: $90

Barrel Sizes: ¾ -inch, 1 inch, 1 ¼-inch | Heat Settings: 450 degrees | Barrel Material: Ceramic | Speeds: 1

Lyealion Automatic Hair Curling Wand

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Best Air Technology

Dyson Airwrap Multi-Styler

Dyson Airwrap Multi-Styler Complete Long


What We Love: This tool can be used on wet hair because it simultaneously dries while styling.

What We Don’t Love: There’s a bit of a learning curve that comes with using this curling iron.

Ah, the Dyson Airwrap. We couldn’t have a list of the best rotating curling irons without this innovative device. Compared to other tools on our list, this one uses very little heat to curl hair, which means your strands are at less risk of being exposed to heat damage. (This ultimately means less breakage, frizz, and dryness.) 

Despite the lack of heat, curls maintain shape because Dyson uses what’s called the Coanda Effect. This so-called ‘effect’ is essentially an aerodynamic phenomenon where the tool is able to create a spinning vortex of air that allows hair to easily wrap around it. From there, a beautiful curl is created. 

The device ultimately comes with six attachments, but two specifically to curl hair. “The larger barrel results in loose/wavy curls similar to a blowout, while the smaller barrel results in more bounce and wavy curls,” explains our tester. Once she got the hang of using the Airwrap, she says styling was a breeze, but she did experience a bit of a learning curve. “The directions were certainly helpful, however, it took me a moment to find my footing,” she explains. “It was hard to identify the settings once the tool was wrapped in my hair, but I think if you owned the tool and had more practice this would be easier to navigate.”

Price at time of publish: $600

Barrel Sizes: 1.2 inches, 1.6 inches | Heat Settings: 194 degrees | Barrel Material: Plastic composite | Speeds: N/A

 Dyson Airwrap Multi-Styler

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Best Cordless

Conair Unbound Rechargeable Cordless Auto-Curler Curling Iron



What We Love: This little device is extremely lightweight and portable.

What We Don’t Love: This tool curls strands tightly, which means you might feel a light tug on your scalp.

If you’re someone who’s constantly on the go, you need a product that can keep up with your lifestyle. It’s hard to compete with a cordless iron that works, and we found that none compare to the Conair Unbound Cordless Auto-Curler. It’s small, lightweight, and portable, which means you can curl your hair from literally anywhere. Just charge the device before you use it (it comes with a charging cord), and then you have one hour to curl all the hair you want. 

To use, simply insert a section of hair into the chamber, press the ‘on’ button, and watch as it magically styles your strands into “perfect ringlets,” according to our tester. (Once your hair is ready to be released, you’ll hear two beeps.) Plus, you can customize the heat settings – there are four different settings that range from 300 to 400 degrees – as well as the amount of time you want your hair to curl. As a bonus, you can also select which direction you want your curl to go in.

We will say that it curls pieces pretty tightly, and can sometimes tug at the hair, but our tester says this sensation isn't painful. Overall, we find that this device is easy and fast, and it creates long-lasting curls. 

Price at time of publish: $80

Barrel Size: 1 inch | Heat Settings: 400 degrees | Barrel Material: Ceramic | Speeds: 1

 Conair Unbound Rechargeable Cordless Auto-Curler Curling Iron

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Best Manual Rotating Curling Iron

Amika The Autopilot 3-in-1 Rotating Curling Iron

Amika The Autopilot 3-in-1 Rotating Curling Iron


What We Love: This Amika favorite has a long barrel that allows for easy, effortless curling.

What We Don’t Love: There is only one button, and this button controls the temperature and turns the device on and off, which can be problematic if you accidentally turn it off.

OK, so this Amika hair tool is a bit different from the rest. “This curling iron isn't actually an automatic curling iron,” explains our tester. “It can rotate in either direction, but I had to manually curl my hair around the wand.” What this means is that this tool can rotate, but it doesn’t actually rotate hair with it, like the other devices. Because of this, this device is ideal for anyone who wants to test out a curler that’s a bit more advanced than a normal wand. It has two settings: Locked, which makes it act like a normal curling iron, and unlocked, which allows the iron to rotate on an axis. 

Aside from the tool’s rotating abilities, this iron also has other impressive features, including its 1.2-inch ceramic barrel that helps to reduce frizz and add shine. Additionally, it has a nine-foot swivel cord, as well as a feature that shuts it down after one hour of use. We will note that this tool only has one button, though. “It has an on/off button that also serves as the toggle button to increase or lower the temperatures,” explains our tester. Because of this, be sure you do not accidentally press the button when you are curling hair since this can cause the device to turn off.

Price at time of publish: $120

Barrel Size: 1.2 inches | Heat Settings: 450 degrees | Barrel Material: Ceramic | Speeds: N/A

Amika 3-in-1 Rotating Curling Iron

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Our Testing Process

To get things started, we researched the bestselling rotating curling irons made by top beauty brands. After reviewing the ratings, we compiled the 32 most popular products and put them to the test. Sixteen testers analyzed the irons in four important categories: Ease of use, the amount of tension the clamp had on hair, the performance of the curler, and the overall value of each product. Once the testers provided their feedback, we were able to narrow down to the 12 best rotating curling irons.

What to Keep in Mind

Barrel Size

Just like traditional curling irons, rotating irons come with different barrel sizes. Depending on your hair type and length, you should find a barrel size to meet your needs. “If you have shorter hair or want a tighter curl, you will benefit the most from using a barrel that is one inch or less,” says celebrity hair and makeup artist, Marcia Williams. “Anyone with long hair or who prefers a loose curl, should go for a larger barrel that's 1.25 inches and up.”

Ultimately though, the barrel size you choose depends on the type of curl you want. “The general rule of thumb is that narrow barrels produce very tight, bouncy, spirally, and compact curls; and the opposite is also true. Wider barrels give long and loose curls,” explains hairstylist Viktor Holas. If you want to create a combination of curl styles, opt for a tool with interchangeable barrels, like Lyealion Automatic Hair Curling Wand, which comes with three barrels ranging from ¾ inch to 1 ¼ inches.

Heat Settings

Rotating curling irons offer a wide range of heat settings (like most hot tools). “Before choosing a heat setting on a rotating curling iron, the user must first consider their strand volume, length, and most importantly, hair type,” says Holas. “That way, they are less likely to accidentally damage the hair or get sub-optimal curls.” 

Once you know your hair type (whether it’s straight, wavy, curly, or coily) as well as your hair texture (whether it’s fine, medium, or thick), you can determine what temperature you should use your curling iron. “For thin, weak, and fragile hair, the ideal heat setting should be between 200 and 300 degrees. Then, for medium, soft, and normal hair, any temperature between 300  and 380 degrees often gets the job done. Temperatures above 380 to around 450 degrees are ideal for very stubborn hair types (i.e. tough, strong, and wiry),” explains Holas. “To be safe, I (and most hairstylists, in general) always start from the bottom end of the temperature range, and work my way up until I reach the optimal curling temperature for the client's specific hair type.”

The bottom line: It’s important to protect your hair from high temperatures. To do so, be sure you are not curling your hair at a temperature that’s too hot. Additionally, use a heat protectant any time you use a hot tool.

How It Rotates

Generally, there are three different ways rotating curling irons can curl hair. First, there are tools that curl hair at the press of a button (a good majority of the rotating curl irons on this list curl hair in this way, including our best overall pick Prizm Wavy Professional Rotating Curling Iron). These buttons can usually curl hair towards and away from the face.

On the other hand, some rotating curling irons can curl hair with the help of air technology (like the Shark FlexStyle Air Styling & Drying System and the Dyson Airwrap Multi-Styler). These tools utilize high-speed airflow to attract the hair to the barrel. From there, this warm air is able to create a curl. 

Finally, some rotating curling irons rotate based on the flick of the user’s wrist. These kinds of tools (like the T3 Twirl Auto-Rotating Curling Iron) are great because they ensure you don't accidentally press the wrong button and end up curling their hair in the wrong direction. 

Your Questions, Answered

Are rotating curling irons worth it?

“Rotating curling irons are great for someone who isn't advanced or has challenges styling their hair,” says Williams. This is because these tools curl your hair for you, which not only makes things easier, but also faster and more efficient. 

How do you use a rotating curling iron?

Regardless of how a rotating curling iron operates — whether it be with the push of a button, a flick of your wrist, or with air-flow technology, the process is relatively simple, says celebrity beauty strategist and connector Nina Vargas. For the classic button-operated iron, “prep your hair as normal, place your first section of hair so that the ends are in the clamp, and click the button,” she explains. “At this point, the barrel will begin rotating, wrapping the strand around the barrel and curling your hair with ease. This will not only speed up the curling process and save you from an extra arm workout, but it also makes it easier to achieve uniform, precise curls for that perfect, fresh-from-the-salon look.”

For the tools that use airflow technology (like the Dyson Airwrap Multi-Styler or Shark FlexStyle Air Styling & Drying System), simply place your hair near the barrel and the airflow will wrap the strand around on its own, creating a bouncy curl in seconds, sans clamp. 

How do rotating curl irons work?

Rotating curling irons are similar to curling irons and straighteners in the sense that they style hair by using heated plates. However, they are different due to the way the barrel works. “Design-wise, [a rotating curling iron] features a cylindrical plate or barrel that spins automatically,” says Holas. Additionally, most rotating curling irons feature clamps that are able to securely hold the hair while the barrel rotates.

Are rotating curling irons safe?

“Yes, they are safe,” says Holas. “ Although, I always advise caution when dealing with heat-based styling tools. It's important to take the necessary steps to ensure you don't get burns or damage your hair unintentionally. To ensure this, always use a suitable heat protectant spray on your hair, wear heat-resistant gloves, and try not to get too close to your skin. And remember, start from lower temperatures and work your way up until you hit the perfect heating level.”

What Is InStyle Picks?

Did you notice the InStyle Picks seal of approval at the top of this story? That means our team of testers has reviewed every product on this list using a unique methodology to ensure it's really worth your time, money, and attention. We may get samples for free to try but we never promise positive (or any!) coverage in exchange. Put simply: InStyle picks are products we love, and we've put them to the test to be sure you will too.

Why Shop With Us

Lauren Harano has over seven years of experience in the beauty industry, previously holding editorial positions at Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, POPSUGAR, and NBCUniversal; and writing beauty pieces for InStyle since August 2022. She is knowledgeable in skincare, makeup, and hair care, and has tested hundreds of products throughout her career. For this article, Lauren interviewed three hair experts: Celebrity hair and makeup artist and owner of Embellish Beauty, Marcia Williams; hairstylist Viktor Holas; and celebrity beauty strategist and connector Nina Vargas. Each expert shared their insights on the best ways to properly and safely use rotating curling irons. Additionally, Lauren compiled insights from our in-house testers, poured over product reviews and specifications, and rounded up our top picks for this story. Each curling iron on this list works on all hair types, is safe to use, and provides long-lasting curls. 

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