According to Wikipedia, convection is a heat transfer proces that requires the presence of something to transfer that heat, but it is a process that happens in fluids. Conduction is transfer of heat from a hot object to a less hot object, in this case from a hot curling iron to your hair. Radiation heat transfer is by its nature different from convection in that it does NOT require a medium. Since we are not talking about fluids or about heat transfer without the help of an medium, the process you are looking for is conduction
This is a fun one...go get your curling Iron! Set the iron on low, and let it heat up. Then curl the ribbon with the curling iron. The ribbon will hold enough heat to curl permanently. To straighten it, just "iron" the ribbon with the iron.
Yes it is! I went on this song called conduction, convection, and radiation, and a part of it said "curling my hair, conduction is there" So.... It is!
Your curling iron and hair dryer are scorching your hair if it is turning yellow. Try using a lower heat setting on both.
It is very unlikely that a curling iron would damage a person's hair due to fungus. Curling irons get extremely hot, and the heat would kill any lingering bacteria on the barrel.
It should probably matter if your hair is thinner , or thicker. If your hair is thinner, and you get a curling iron that has too much heat, it can cause it to fall out .
Your Flat Iron will heat up faster and this goes the same For Curling Irons
No. A curling iron does NOT have silver in it!!.. There are silver curling irons but there are no curling irons with silver in them!