InStyler Rotating Hot Iron launches on QVC UK


Dean Banowetz

Looking for the latest innovative tool to add to your hair-styling arsenal? Well, you are in luck as the InStyler Rotating Hot Iron is launching tomorrow on QVC UK. It's a huge success across the pond at QVC US, and now you can get your hands on it here in the UK.

To find out a little more about the InStyler, we caught up with the guest expert, and stylist to the stars, Dean Banowetz…

Is it easy to use and suitable for all hair types?
Since it's a new hair tool with a new patent there is a learning curve. I recommend the first time you use the InStyler to take your time and review the how-to guide. 

The secret to the InStyler iron lies in its rotating heated polishing cylinder, along with four rows of precision-aligned bristles.

InStyler Rotating Hot Iron Here's how it works: when you run the InStyler Rotating Hot Iron through your hair, the first set of bristles gently sort and separate your hair strands. Then the rotating heated polishing cylinder gently glides over your hair, smoothly polishing, straightening and styling each strand. Finally, the second set of bristles puts the finishing touch on your hair, leaving you with shiny, silky, hair!
What different looks can you create?
With the InStyler you can create many looks. You can frame the face, flip the hair in or out, create smooth texture with body, soft curls or beachy waves with one tool. 

Watch these how-to videos to see what styles you can create.

Straightening and styling curly hair

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Lift and volume on fine thin hair

Feathering and flipping

Straightening natural afro hair



  1. yemurai October 23, 2010 at 4:37 pm -  Reply

    Mine is coming on wednesday cant wait 🙂

  2. linda January 7, 2013 at 3:37 am -  Reply

    fantastic product

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