By Rachael Sharpe T Curls and waves are big news in the beauty world right now. With an ever-expanding array of hair curlers on the market — which will make your hair look perfect rather than poodle?
Sign up now for local breaking news alerts Subscribe. If you have a pet that sheds, keeping floors and carpets clean is an ongoing job that takes an effective vacuum. Consumer Reports testers vacuumed miles of carpets and floors to assess more than vacuums and their ability to pick up pet hair.
The product was as mysterious as it was magical — a club-shaped device that, when clamped onto a lock of hair, would suck the hair into a whirring tourmaline chamber controlled by motorized magnets and heated from all sides. After a series of beeps, a perfectly curled spiral of hair would drop out. How was this possible?
Robot vacuums are perfect for lazy people who want to keep the house clean on a consistent basis, with minimal effort. Essentially… me in a nutshell. I was tired of running a vacuum throughout the apartment even though our place is small so I did a ton of research about all the different robot vacuum brands to find the best smart vacuum. Eventually, I purchased the Xiaomi 2nd Generation robot vacuum because it had by far the best reviews on the market and outperformed the popular and more expensive Rooma and Neato D7 robot vacuums in every test imaginable.
Curling machines sometimes referred to as automatic hair curlers are one of the latest hair tools to hit the market. Understanding how to use them can be pretty daunting, especially trying to match the best one for your hair type. We prepared a comprehensive guide to provide you with everything you need to make the best decision.
Keeping your floors clean around the home is a constant chore. Luckily, modern innovations have made this mundane task a little easier, including newer lightweight materials, more efficient power sources, and even robotic smart technologies that are steadily replacing the clunky and heavy bagged vacuums of yesteryear. The handheld 2-in-1 crevice tool also makes it easy to clean areas like stairs and behind furniture.
You must dry spilled water from the kitchen floor, scoop up the crumbs surrounding her food dish and collect the toys she scatters around the house. And yet we do this without complaining too much, because it is a small price to pay for the unconditional love our pups provide. But there is one cleaning chore that even the most dedicated dog owner among us despise: Vacuuming up the hair your dog leaves in her wake.
It may not have the personality of Rosie, the housekeeper robot from "The Jetsons," but at least Roomba, iRobot's persistent, intelligent hockey puck-shaped cleaner robot, can find its own way around the house. Theintroduced Tuesday, is the newest member of the Roomba family, iRobot's line of robotic autonomous vacuum cleaners that have become wildly popular with house cats as well as humans, who've bought millions of units since the bots first went on sale in With revamped innards, the sucks 50 percent more dirt than its predecessors, iRobot claims.
It will help them stay better — the ridges help grip your hair and lock everything in place. Still having trouble with slipping bobby pins? Coat them with a little bit of hairspray before using them.
If your vacuum doesn't clean like it used to, it may just need a thorough cleaning. If anything should suck, it's your vacuum cleaner. But if you don't properly maintain it, you'll shorten its life and find that it sucks a lot less than it did when you first unboxed it. Not only that, but if you have pets, not cleaning your vacuum often can intensify that pet odor and spread dander not to mention, ruin your allergies even more every time you vacuum.