Neuro Angle Bendable Titanium Curling Iron


Best Seller

Patent-Pending Adjustable Technology
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Featuring patent-pending ergonomic design with four adjustable positions, this bendable curling iron makes waves and creates curls without tiring out wrists and arms.

Choose from:

  • 1" Rod: Creates beach waves and loose curls.
  • 1.25" Cone: Creates perfect, natural-looking curls.

Innovative Features:

  • Fast: Heats up to 450°F in seconds and cools quickly with lightning-fast heat recovery
  • Precise: Premium titanium surface provides fast, even heat for consistent curls
  • Ergonomic: With one click, the rod angles from 90° to 180° for easy styling
  • Smart: SmartSense microchip regulates temperature 50 times per second
  • Stress-Free: Customizable auto shut-off allows you to set shut-off time up to 120 minutes for added safety
  • Travel-Friendly: Automatic dual voltage (110-240V) for worldwide use, plug adapter needed

Extras Included:

  • Two-Year Warranty + Online Registration
  • Instructions and Safety Guide
  • Three-finger protective glove for safe styling
  • If you want curls from scalp to ends, place the base of the iron close to the head and begin wrapping the hair around it. If you want to curl half the strand, begin wrapping at mid-length.
  • Wrap the hair OVER the barrel for more wave, or UNDER the barrel for more bounce and lift.
  • Wrap larger sections for looser, wavier looks; smaller sections for tighter curls.

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Product Type Hair Tools, Award Winners, Best Sellers
Product Tags Best Seller
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Why Does This Tool Rule?
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SmartSense Microchip Delivers Optimal Performance

An ultra-sensitive microchip monitors iron temperature as you style, ensuring perfect, even heat.

Patent-Pending Design For Easy Styling

With one click, ergonomically designed curling iron adjusts into four positions from 90° to 180°.

image of blonde model with loose beach waves
Stylist Tips

Prep dry hair with Neuro Protect HeatCTRL® Iron Hairspray before curling.

Create beachy waves and loose curls by wrapping hair around iron, adjusting angles to meet your comfort.

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Discover The Ideal Temperature For Styling Your Hair
Heat Setting Hair Type
250-290°F (121-143°C) Fragile, Very Fine
290-330°F (143-166°C) Fine
330-370°F (166-188°C) Medium
370-410°F (188-210°C) Thick
410°F-450°F (210°C) Coarse, Very Thick
(Recommended For
Professional Use Only)
Close-up image of the Neuro Angle Rod Curling Iron handle, where the tempature setting is displayed on an LED display
Hot Stuff

This innovative curling iron is the recipient of multiple awards!

Allure's 2018 Best of Beauty
Breakthrough Award

Self's 2018Healthy Beauty Award
for Best Curling Iron's 2018 Beauty
Innovator Award

Tool Recycling Program

Minimizing Waste to Landfill

We're proud to partner with Homeboy Industries, a 501c3 non-profit, to responsibly recycle 100% of hair tools returned to JPMS, keeping 5.6 tons of all tools out of landfill each year.

Recycle Your Used Paul Mitchell Hair Tools

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Send them back to us to be recycled with Homeboy Industries:

John Paul Mitchell Systems ATTN: Tools Recycling Program 20705 Centre Pointe Pkwy Santa Clarita, CA 91350

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Or send them directly to Homeboy Industries (U.S. residents only):

Homeboy Industries 130 Bruno St Los Angeles, CA 90012


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