I’m still keeping myself amused with the bobbly-shafted Wonderball waver from Lee Stafford. Not in the biblical sense – let’s keep things clean! – but it has been presenting me with plenty of opportunity for a bit of immature banter. “Have you felt my cool-touch knob?”, “have you seen my ribbed rod?” etc.
All joking aside, I have used this tool more than any other hair wand. If you want to see the original review, it’s here – I do have a little correction to make on that post, actually, because I thought that Mark Hill had discontinued their Wicked Waver (another bobbly wand) but they’ve just changed it to a separate handle and wand combo. You can find more info on their website here.
Do watch the video below for more favourites and a bit of smutty chuckling as I try to remember the word for the long, hot part of a curling tong (“prong?” “shaft?”). The word I was searching my small, dirty mind for was “barrel”.
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