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Cut Your Styling Time in Half with a Wet to Dry Hair Iron

November 7, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

The morning rush can be very frustrating. You wake up late, hop in the shower, rush to get dressed and then….you have to blow dry your hair and then straighten it with an iron. All the extra steps can be infuriating, not to mention the extra time they add to your morning routine. There must be an easier way.

 

And there is an easier way. If you want to skip a step in your morning beauty routine, than you are going to want to get your hands on a wet to dry hair straightener. These amazing hair tools let you straighten your hair before you blow dry it. This completely eliminates a step every day in your styling. Think about the freedom.

 

I know, you’re probably saying that there is no way that you could straighten your hair without blow drying it first. In fact, you’re probably yelling at your computer telling me that will actually damage your hair. But stop. It won’t. These irons have been specially designed to handle damp hair to straighten it and dry it all in one step. But let’s be clear here. I’m not trying to tell you that you will be able to hop out of the shower with soaking wet hair and immediately try to style it. No. These irons are designed to handle damp hair, not dripping wet hair.

 

So how do wet to dry hair straighteners work without damaging the hair? The Bespoke Labs T3 Narrow Wet-Or-Dry iron is one popular iron that utilizes a unique vent and channel system to evaporate the extra water while it’s straightening. This iron will lock in the moisture of the hair and transform it into beautiful, glossy, well hydrated locks. The extra glossiness that this iron provides is also due to the use of negative ion technology and tourmaline that emits negative ions to quickly dry hair and lock in the natural oils allowing hair to look its best every time.

 

The T3 Tourmaline Wet-Or- Dry Ceramic Iron is another quality hair straightener that allows you to skip the step of blow drying. This iron also utilizes the unique venting and channels for excess moisture evaporation. The tourmaline and negative ions cut the styling time in half leaving your hair soft, silky and wonderfully healthy.

 

There is no need to be afraid of a wet to dry hair iron. In fact, by picking a quality wet to dry iron you will actually be doing your hair a favor because you are cutting your styling time in half and allowing the beautiful, natural glossiness of your hair to shine through every time. Plus, wouldn’t you like a few extra minutes every day because it doesn’t take you as long to style your hair? Of course you would. Who wouldn’t?

How To Get That Curly Hair You Want

October 22, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

To get curl into otherwise straight hair women have a couple of choices to go with depending on how often they want the look and whether or not they want to subject their hair to chemicals. Curls can be achieved through hair curling irons or via a permanent done at the salon. Perms as they are called will remain in your hair until it grows and the curl is cut from the ends of the hair and involve a long process using chemicals to add these curls. This is good if you want curls for a very long time and do not want to change your look too often.

The other alternative is to get the curl into your hair using a hot curling iron every time you wash and style your hair. Some women feel that this way is more time consuming than the perm and not the best option while others like the freedom this allows. Since the curls are not permanent you can change the degree in which you curl your hair each day or choose not to curl it all and go straight once in awhile. Really one way of curling your hair is not better than the other it is just a matter of personal preference on what you prefer.

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