curler

[kur-ler]
noun
1.
a person or thing that curls.
2.
any of various pins, clasps, rollers, or appliances on which locks of hair are wound or clamped for curling.
3.
a player at the game of curling.

Origin:
1630–40; curl + -er1

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curler (ˈkɜːlə)
 
n
1.  any of various pins, clasps, or rollers used to curl or wave hair
2.  a person or thing that curls
3.  a person who plays curling

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With lashes, always use a lash curler to maximize the curl and use lash-repair products at nighttime to nourish lashes.
The curler's function: to make the dip in the bob fall perfectly over her right eye.
It can indicate actual processing time and curl results based on the curler size and product used.
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