Points to Consider When Shopping for a Flat Iron

The difference between a poor quality flat iron and a professional flat iron will literally make or break your hair.  You wear your hair everyday…it is worth investing in a good iron.  Professional flat irons feature the most sophisticated technologies and provide the best styling.  When choosing a flat iron, it’s important to consider your hair type and length.  You may also think it’s a good idea to buy the same iron your best friend has, but if your hair texture is different, your results mat never be the same.

“Which Flat Iron is Best?” Consider Key Points:

  • Plate Width – which will be based on your hair cut and the look you are going for.
  • You hair type – is your hair straighten nicely, or somewhere in-between..?
  • Temperature Needed / settings – depends on your hair texture and styling needs (here is a guide for the temperature you should be considering  based on your hair type):

-Thick, Coarse, Curly: 380-410 degrees

-Normal, Medium, Wavy: 360-380 degree

– Thin, Fine: below 360 degrees

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2 thoughts on “Points to Consider When Shopping for a Flat Iron

  1. A flat iron is a heated hair appliance, and like any heated hair appliance it should be used with care and thought. Don’t believe everything that the manufacturers tell you. With the new flat irons reaching temperatures of over 400 degrees plus, using your flat iron at the maximum temperature is not a good idea. It could cause a great deal of damage…and no it is not the weather causing you hair to look icky or your stylist over processing your hair! It is YOU – not taking caution when ironing your hair. A flat iron can help control your gorgeous locks if it is used right, but if it is abused, it will fry your hair

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