1-Inch Multi Styler Hair Straightener and Curler

It's a flat iron and curling iron all in one! Twist & Curl™ will get you ready for anything with easy waves, curls, or straight styles. Plus, this titanium flat iron's plates provide fast, even heat for easy styling.

How to Style

For beachy waves: twist 180° and glide down.
For bouncy curls: twist and glide slowly.
For straight and sleek: glide without twisting.



The unique twisted plates give you the power to create a number of your favorite styles, and the versatility to find a new look for any occasion.
*Winner Hair Styling category. Survey of 40,000 people by Kantar.

Beach waves
bouncy curls
straight and sleek

The twisted plates are a design feature unique to this multi-styler and are there to guide you on the motion needed to create a curl. Following the twist in the plates, the styler should be turned one half turn (180°) toward or away from your head; the plates are symmetrical so that the same motion is needed to create an inward or outward curl.

Like a regular straightener, this multi-styler has two heated plates that when closed are flat against each other to smooth down your hair, straightening it out.

Curl size and shape is dependent on three factors; temperature, section size and gliding speed.

As with any tool, if you are curling for the first time it is important to experiment first, so you can become confident and create the curl size and shape you want each time.

We understand that everyone’s hair is unique so we’ve integrated five temperature settings between 150ºC and 230ºC suitable for different hair types to create varying styles.

As a guide we recommend:

150ºC-170ºC – For fine, damaged or bleached hair
170ºC-210ºC – Normal, healthy hair
210ºC-230ºC – Thick and difficult to style hair

If you’re unsure of your hair type, experiment with a section at 190ºC and adjust the temperature up or down accordingly based on the result you achieve.

When curling at a slow gliding speed, if you find your curl is too loose try again; glide at the same slow speed and increase the temperature which will help give a bouncier result.

The size of section of hair you use will determine the tightness of your curl; smaller sections (up to 2cm wide) create tight curls, larger sections (up to 4cm wide) create soft waves.

For maximum styling efficiency, section your whole head and pin up your hair into manageable sections; first your crown, then top layers, sides, and middle sections, revealing the underneath layers ready for styling.

Always begin styling with your underneath layers first, then your middle layers, then the top, crown and sides so that the curls you create lay evenly on top of each other.

If your hair is layered, make sure each of your styling sections consist of the same length hair and not different lengths, this will make it easier to style.

The speed you glide the plates through your hair will also help determine the tightness of the curl; the slower you glide through your hair the bouncier your curl will be.

The guide below is to create a bouncy curl; for a looser wave glide faster as required:

Short to shoulder length hair — Should take between 5 and 10 seconds to glide down each section
Shoulder/mid length hair — Should take between 10 and 15 seconds to glide down each section
Medium/longer length hair — Should take between 15 and 20 seconds to glide down each section

Make sure you keep the speed consistent all the way down each section.

When curling with your multi-styler always make sure you turn a full 180°, either clockwise or counterclockwise depending on how you want your curl to fall. Also see ‘Why are the plates twisted’ for more information.

For best results we recommend that your hair is freshly washed and dried before use.

*Winner Hair Styling category. Survey of 40,000 people by Kantar.