Kmart Australia Launches Designer Automatic Hair Curler For Just $49 That Creates Perfect Waves

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Kmart is launching a cordless hair curler for a third of the price of other brands – and it gives you salon-worthy hair every time.

  • Kmart Australia’s new $49 cordless automatic hair curler is going viral online
  • The budget-style gadget is a dupe for designer models that cost up to $169
  • TikToker Islah Palmer showed off how she achieved salon-worthy curls using the device
  • In a now-viral video, she said she was ‘impressed’ with the waves she created

Beauty lovers rave about Kmart’s new automatic hair curler that can achieve perfect waves on a budget.

The $49 gadget is a dupe of the Wylera Dreamwave hair curler which costs $169.

Reviews of the automatic cordless hair curler are popping up all over TikTok, with beauty gurus claiming it’s as good as the designer models.

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Beauty lovers rave about Kmart Australia’s new $49 automatic curler, which is a perfect dupe for designer models and creates perfect waves every time.

Self-described Kmart follower Islah Palmer, who has 21,900 followers on TikTok, said she was “impressed” with the results after using the curler in a now-viral video.

In the clip, which has racked up more than 117,400 views, she demonstrated how to use the device by simply twisting small strands of hair into the barrel.

Once she pulled out the locks, she had salon-worthy waves.

Reviews of the automatic hair curler are popping up all over TikTok with beauty gurus saying it's as good as designer models

Kmart's $49 gadget is a perfect dupe for the Wylera Dreamwave curler which costs $169 (pictured)

Kmart’s $49 gadget (pictured left) is a perfect dupe for the Wylera Dreamwave hair curler which costs $169 (pictured right)

“I’m actually so impressed with how it works, I think it’s done such a great job,” Islah said in the video.

“Once you get the hang of it, it’s pretty quick. It’s something you can take on the go, which is really cool. I’m so impressed with the rebound.

In the comments, Islah said her curls lasted a few days.

In a TikTok clip, which has racked up more than 117,400 views, Islah Palmer demonstrated how to use the device by simply twisting small sections of hair into the barrel to create salon-worthy waves.

In a TikTok clip, which has racked up more than 117,400 views, Islah Palmer demonstrated how to use the device by simply twisting small sections of hair into the barrel to create salon-worthy waves.

“They stayed in waves after sleeping in them, but my hair holds curls really well,” she said.

The automatic hair curler from Kmart has left and right buttons for automatic rotation, adjustable temperature settings and a USB charger.

The dupe design device will be live soon but available in select stores across the country.

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