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All That Glitters IS Gold With Bio Ionic's 24K Gold Curling Iron

Lauren Salapatek | July 27, 2016 | 11:31 PM

Bio Ionic’s new GoldPro Styling Collection is too beautiful not to tell your clients all about them! As you are using them, educate them just as Bio Ionic’s Artistic Director Joel Calfee does with his clients.

In this video, Calfee tells us a whole lot about one of his go-to pieces in the collection—the GoldPro Digital Curling Iron!

First, it comes in two sizes (1” and 1.25”) which you can use to create beach-y waves or, if you alternate using them, you can create a more natural look.

However, what makes this iron unique from others is its 24K gold-plated barrel which helps distribute heat more evenly than a traditional curling iron would. “While traditional tools leave the hair a little dehydrated, our Ceramic Mineral Complex is going to put more hydration in your curls,” says Calfee. Another notable feature, is that the iron reaches a very high heat, and goes up to 450 degrees.

Don’t worry about leaving your curling iron on, because it will shut off automatically after one hour. Also, it’s suited for travelers—it features dual voltage (120w/240w) so you can bring it with you anywhere conversion is necessary.

That’s not all, Calfee discusses a lot more features about this curling iron in the video below! Watch now!

For more information about Bio Ionic or the full GoldPro Styling Collection, visit www.bioionic.com.
This iron is available at Salon Centric and in Bio Ionic's online store.

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