Enzo Milano


Posted in Products on September 21st, 2010 by Reagan

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Do any of you use the Enzo Milano curling wands? I have a few clients who bring theirs in for me to use on them, but I don’t actually own one myself. It’s on the “to-do” list. Or really the “to-buy” list. And that, my friends, is a very long list.

So, back to the Enzo Milano. These things are awesome! They are used by wrapping strands of hair around the iron to create different kinds of waves and curls. I have been wrapping strands of hair around curling irons as long as I have been clamping strands of hair inside curling irons, but there is something about wrapping strands of hair around a curling wand….The Enzo is just such a cool hair tool. Ok, I need to buy one right now..

The different shapes of the iron give different effects when curling. There is something wonderful about the enzo that makes your hair hold curl amazingly. You finies and smallies (fine haired and small haired) should try out an Enzo!

(I hope to talk more about the Enzo after I buy one. Or three.)



13 Responses to “Enzo Milano”

  1. Jennie Says:

    What a cool little gadget. Do you have any pics of hair that was styled with the Enzo. This is a new tool for me, so I would love to see what the finished project looks like. Maybe one of your lucky clients would let you snap a pic. BTW, if I ever get to NY I would love an appt.
    PS – found your blog through C Jane. :) Thanks for sharing your hair tips and Pip with us. I send her blog love every time you post pics. What a special little girl.

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  2. michelle Says:

    Is this the one that only heats up to like, 150 degrees or something? I think I’ve heard of them. I still have my eye on the marcel – or whatever you recommended before

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  3. Natalie Says:

    What kinds of curls do the different irons make?

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  4. Foodie Says:

    I have the Enzo with the tapered end, but in PINK. *love* You must convince Santa to bring you one this year. You’ve been a very good girl so it shouldn’t be a problem.

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  5. Tammy Says:

    I usually have layers and have a hard time wrapping my hair and getting a good curl because of the layers. Any suggestions because I think I would like this gadget? Maybe I am doing it wrong.

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  6. Sarah Says:

    I’ve never left a comment before so hopefully this works. But I have a question on the enzo. You did say the curls stayed longer, I just wanted to be sure it stays better than the flat iron curl (which I suck at) and the regular curling iron clipping hair or wrap around. My hair is long and curl is so cute but within a couple hours it’s getting flat so I’d love to find something that held curl for hours or maybe even an 8 hour work day would be great! I guess I just want more confirmation of how well it will hold to spend money on another ‘hot/heat’ tool. Thank you so so much for all your hair tips, I love them and use them and am grateful for you, your time and your knowledge. Thanks again!

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  7. Ashley Says:

    I found this one at Target http://www.conair.com/infiniti-by-conair-you-curl-p-883.html. I bought it, and love it! So easy to use!

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  8. April Says:

    I have one! I have one!! I am from Utah and I have had one for a few years! In fact, Im pretty sure that the enzo milano is responsible for me landing my husband. I was the only girl in the whole bar with hair so pretty! (true story)

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  9. Katie Says:

    I bought one last year but I’ve used it once! I’m terrible at it, the curls never stay. Maybe you could teach me? or I could just give you mine since I never use it!

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  10. Adrienne Conner Says:

    Hi, this doesn’t really have anything to do with curling irons, but I was wondering if your “styling” for your clients include upstyling and if you have any tutorials for easy, natural, subtle-messy upsweeps. I’m seeing alot of styles lately where the hair seems to be pulled and twisted toward the nape of the neck or to the side of the neck and love it! I hate seeing “prom/bridal” tight updo’s and am looking for something more natural. Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks!

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  11. Sultan Says:

    Would you please send to me the price of Enzo milano, and how can I buy this item , because I am from saudi arabia

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  12. Joni C Says:

    Hi! Just wondering if you could explain the different curl styles each size of the wands create and which one should would be able to achieve the most different types of curly hairstyles?

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  13. pandora uk Says:

    hese things are awesome! They are used by wrapping strands of hair around the iron to create different kind

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