Last week I went along to the Windle & Moodie bloggers event in Covent Garden where I was introduced to two super clever hair products.
I have naturally straight hair, so if I’m going out I’m quite the one to take curling tongs to my hair *nods*
However, as my hair is long, I more than often get my hair stuck in those traditional curlers, often favouring conical wands where there is no trigger clamp as such (you know what I mean!).
This is where the Windle & Moodie Revolving Iron comes into play. It’s got this rather nifty rotating barrel which makes curling your hair, and not tangling it just that little bit easier. Once you’ve gotten the hang of it! I needed a bit of help from Neil Moodie (co-founder of the brand), who talked me through each step before I was on my way to wavy goodness! Here he is demonstrating on Lina from Makeup to Make Out:
The second product we were introduced to was the Speed Wefts.
If you’re not a fan of the classic clip in extension, or find they hurt your scalp, the Windle & Moodie Speed wefts may be the solution.
Made with synthetic hair, a tiny transparent piece of elastic wire allows the weft to sit securely and discretely to your head, and is so easy to use.
Here’s Zoe from the London Lipgloss getting her weft put in:
The wefts are only available in eight shades, so colour matching to your hair colour can be a bit limiting but the synthetic hair is so soft & of a very high quality. They still have a slight sheen to them but then maybe that’s because my natural hair is a tad dull so don’t blend in as well
I was kindly given a Speed Weft to take home with me…see before and after pics below (I WISH my hair was naturally this thick!):
I’m not usually a hair extension wearer but can definitely see me wearing this one for special occasions…looks so natural!
For more info, visit the Windle & Moodie wesbite here