Either fixing your hair or sliding granite stones across the ice towards a target.
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.
Well , obviously , if you pull as you curl , but doing it with a regular amount of pressure will do a minimized amount of damage , HAPPY CURLING (:
Curling irons are used to curl the hair. They come in a variety of models, but usually have a barrel and clamp.
I'm not sure what you mean. I imagine that if you were caught cheating, or doing drugs, or anything like that, your team would be disqualified just like any Olympic sport.
The conventional wisdom is that the Scots developed curling, but there is a strong case for Holland as well. There are Dutch paintings of either curling or eisscheissen which predate the development of curling by the Scots.
A ceramic spiral curling iron would be the most effective in curling shoulder length hair. Spring curling irons are fairly outdated.
Le curling (masculine noun): J'aime le curling (I like curling) Du curling: j'ai fait du curling (I played curling)
curling.... - No - Curling has 4 people on a team (or 2 for Mixed Doubles.) Curling teams with 3 players are incomplete. Polo has 3 people on a team.
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!
I would think not
i imagine that you would be kicked out of the game
There are now more than 160 curling clubs in the United States (some with dedicated curling facilities, others renting ice time in arenas). You can locate the curling club nearest you by doing a search on line. With the Olympics going on right now, many clubs are holding learn-to-curl classes and open houses. Also, most curling clubs will do the same thing at the beginning of the season (October-ish) when leagues form.