CLICHÉ RADAR TURN UP THE HEAT THE NEW HEATED STYLING PRODUCTS YOU NEED TO TRY RUMBA TIME N ow that colder weather is upon us, it’s safe to again experiment with sleek, voluminous hair and big, bouncy curls without the fear of frizz caused by humidity. While heated styling tools may cause damage to your hair, the right tools and the right products can help keep the damage at bay. Here are some tools that keep your hair looking shiny, healthy, and fabulous after each use. BY MEGAN PORTORREAL FoxyBae’s Rose Gold Trés Sleek Flat Iron, $179, foxybae.com If sleek, super-straight hair is what you crave, then Foxybae’s Rose Gold Trés Sleek Flat Iron is perfect for you. This multi- purpose rose gold flat iron isn’t just a beauty to look at. It is also plated with titanium, which heats evenly, helps keep frizz away, and gives your hair a beautiful shine. The 360-swivel cord makes it comfortable to use, and the auto shut-off feature gives us 14 N peace of mind in case we forget to turn it off in a hurry. (Come on, we’ve all been there before!) Revlon’s 360° Dual Fast Dry Hair Dryer and Styler, $59, ulta.com If you’ve ever shopped for a hair tool that works well and doesn’t put a dent in your wallet, chances are you’ve come across Revlon. Their innovative 360° hair dryer is creating quite the buzz among hair enthu- siasts for many reasons: it makes blow- drying your hair vertically easier and can also be used as a traditional blow-dryer. While I wouldn’t recommend this product for anyone with thick or curly hair (it would just take too long to do your entire head), it does help you achieve a shiny blow-out since the 360° air jets surround and target each hair section. Visit clichemag.com to continue reading this article, keyword BEAUTY. www.clichemag.com othing adds class to an outfit like a perfectly paired watch, but in a market saturated with $1,000 timepieces that scream ‘been there, done that’ it can be a struggle to find something both stylish and affordable. When done the right way, a watch can be sophisticated, elegant, and functional. At its worst, a watch can be clunky, obtrusive, and, quite frankly, unsightly. That’s where NYC-based com- pany RumbaTime comes in. Founded by best friends Drew Deters and Jay Hartington, Rumba strives to make time keep up with your life, instead of the other way around. Each Rumba collection is named after streets and areas of the Big Apple, delivering the same vi- brancy and level of style you find in those neighborhoods.The pair shares a passion for adventure, discovery, and style—and those virtues are apparent in every design they create. The RumbaTime collection offers a wide v ariety of styles that are not only gorgeous but affordable to boot. BY SAVANNAH HUBBARD Lafayette Rose Gold Mesh, $85 Oh rose gold, how we adore you. This year’s ‘it’ metal, rose gold, pairs well with just about everything and this watch is no exception. This piece manages to be delightfully simple, yet it still acts as a statement accessory. We’d call that a win-win. Visit clichemag.com to continue reading the full review.