Sunday, May 19

Yogi Pearl White Fat Barrel Hair Wand


Since having my hair coloured, I have found the only way to keep it looking sunkissed and avoid it looking in any way streaky, is to style it with a little more shape and volume and my go to hair tool for the last couple of months to achieve a bouncy somewhat more fancy look, has been the Yogi Fat Barrel Hair Wand in Pearl White*.

With the biggest part of the barrel measuring 32mm and the smallest part 25mm, it's a fair sized curling wand and helps me to achieve a bigger, bouncier curl as opposed to a tighter one, which is definitely the look I prefer. When it comes to hair tools, including this one, I've only ever used a couple without a clamp and although I must admit I do tend to burn my fingers a little more often, I find it so much quicker which I find is fantastic for me.

 In terms of how I style my hair with the Yogi Fat Barrel Hair Wand, I'm not one for having my hair too uniform or neat and never really have been, so I don't tend to go too neat or precise with the sections. I grab around six to eight sections either side of my parting and wrap the mid-lengths to ends around the wand in an outwards direction and leave for about 10 seconds. On release the curl is initially a little tighter and neater than I like, but my hair tends to drop slightly anyway, which leaves me with a bouncier wave and a lot more shape. If it doesn't drop once it's started to cool, I give it a little hairspray and brush it out with a wide toothed comb and it does the job perfectly.

If I'm honest, before being introduced to Yogi on this occasion, I hadn't ever come across the brand or the tool, but I'm really impressed with the quality of it and after finding myself reaching for it most days over the past couple of months, I would highly recommend it.

Its White design isn't completely too my taste and I don't think the flimsy plastic tube packaging that it comes in quite suits the price tag, but with its fast heating technology, lightweight base and 360 degree swivel lead, I find it such a quick and easy tool to use and I can't get enough.

Costing £64.95, the Yogi Fat Barrel Hair Wand is available to buy on their online store and in Boots.

Have you ever tried a Yogi Hair Wand? What do you use to achieve a curly bouncy look?



  1. Oooh, I've been looking for a good curling wand without a clamp - mine just makes my hair look weird. Thanks for sharing! x

  2. i need a new curling wand to get my preferred curls. this looks good


  3. This looks really cute and is fairly reasonable. I can't really see how the curls came out in the picture but sounds worth a shot for anyone looking for a new curling wand, especially as my hair is finally long enough to use them! xx
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  4. I love my BaByliss curling wand but often I think it's a little too small :) I love this one! Great post!

    X Valérie

  5. I love the big curls it creates! Great if you want to go for a more voluminous look rather than the spiralesque curls/waves a babyliss conical wand gives!

    Leanne @ Leanne-Marie | Beauty, fashion & lifestyle. x x

  6. I love the non uniformed wave look and this seems like the perfect curler to create that because other wands just seem a little too small for what you want them to do xx

    Charli | Secrets Behind The Closet Door

  7. Ooh wow this looks like a fab hair tool! You hair looks gorgeous <3 xxx

    Gemma | ♥

  8. I love doing curls on peoples hair it just is so flattering and perfect for this time of year!

  9. your hair looks great :)
    i've been a reader of your blog for ages but I've just started blogging, so I'm following you now :)

  10. I really want this, your hair looks gorgeous



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