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FHI Ceramic Curling Iron

November 28, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

The creators that brought you the best in ceramic hair straighteners have now invested their extensive knowledge and millions of research and development dollars to bring you the best in curling iron technology. The newly launched FHI Ceramic Curling Irons are sure to become top sellers and some of the most widely sought after curling irons in the industry.

When FHI Heat first started out, they simply strove to create the best flat iron that they could. They quickly achieved this goal by selling some of the top performing irons in the business. The FHI Ceramic Curling Irons are no exception. Using the same sophisticated thermal technology, these curling irons create the perfect style every time.

When you already have naturally curly hair, curling irons are perfect for defining curls and making each one pop. It’s important to be especially careful when you are dealing with this naturally curly hair because it tends to be more prone to breakage and damage than straight hair. FHI’s advanced technology is perfect for this fine, damage prone hair because it conditions each hair as you style preventing breakage or any frizzies.

FHI Heat is one of the industries leaders when it comes to utilizing ceramic, tourmaline and the newly discovered Nano-Fuzeion technologies in their hair styling products. Ceramic has long been known to be the material of choice for hair styling tools. This is because of the constant and even heat that ceramic creates. This means that there will be no hot spots on the tool, so you won’t have to worry about burning your hair. Ceramic also uses a moist heat that seals in the moisture into each hair, so you don’t get that dry, frizzy damaged look as with other tools.

Tourmaline is a naturally occurring element that is a natural source of negative ions. Negative ions are great for your hair because they allow each hair to keep its natural moisture and oils and they actually seal in moisture closing each cuticle. The hair then lies flat against the head instead of standing straight up with a dry, damaged look.

When it comes to the new Nano-Fuzeion technology, this is a unique development that actually helps to eliminate any bacteria, toxins, static and bad odors that are on the hair or on the hair tools which creates naturally healthy hair.

The FHI Curling Iron is available in a variety of sizes from ¾” to 1 ½” so no matter what type of curl you are trying to achieve, you will be able to create it using this fabulous technology. There is a swivel cord that lets you style without getting tangled up, it’s easy to handle and sports an ergonomic spring grip handle and kickstand for safety. A digital LCD display is easy to read and lets you adjust the temperature from 266 degrees F to 410 degrees F. So no matter why type of hair you have, you don’t have to worry about damaging it.

For the best in hair technology, utilize the powerful technology in the FHI Ceramic Curling Irons for perfect curls every time.

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.

Making Sure Your Curling Iron Is Clean

October 1, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Many women never stop to think about how dirty their curling iron gets even with just occasionally usage. Between just the dirt and grime that collects on anything and the build up of hairspray and styling products your curling iron does get grimy which can affect its performance. This dirt and grime cannot be good for your hair when you heat it up and apply it again each and every morning. Of course you will read all sorts of cleaning methods on the internet, many of which are not good for your iron. The best way to clean the hair curling irons is to find out from the maker of the tool what they recommends to clean the unit.

Choosing Between A Curling Iron Or Hot Rollers

September 16, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Many women wonder which is better at putting curl into your hair, curling irons or hair rollers. Of course there is no right answer in this case it is actually a matter of personal preference. Hot rollers do tend to cost slightly more than curling irons, once all the rollers are in place the hair curls quickly, and you can do other tasks while you curl your hair since hands are not needed. On the other hand a professional curling iron gives you more control of where the curls go in your hair and many feel that despite your hands being required at all times they are actually easier to use than rollers.

Adjustable Temperature Settings On Curling Irons

September 7, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

It has been said many times but can never be said enough that if you are looking for a curling iron then you really need one with an adjustable temperature setting. Generic curling irons use a one temperature fits all approach which works some of the time but for fine hair or really thick hair this will not get the style you are looking for since the temperature setting is not the right one for your hair type. High quality hair curling irons will have this temperature adjustment which will let you use just the right one for your hair type to get the absolute best curls in your hair.

Advances In Curling Irons

September 2, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

If it has been some time since your last curling iron purchase then you will really be surprised with the advances in them and how much better they will curl hair as opposed to those styling irons from just a few years ago. Newer hair curling irons are made with materials that heat up more effectively and will place great curls in your hair that will stay in place much better than with the old irons. Not only are they better at curling hair these styling tools are also much easier to use since they are lightweight and have all the little touches that make using them a breeze.

Getting That Tousled Long Hair Look

August 28, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

One of the latest fashion trends for hair involves laid back wavy hair very similar to the classic beach look that comes natural to some lucky women. This look can be easily attended by most anyone though with a simple hair curling iron. It is best to use quality hair curling irons such as a ionic or ceramic based models which are so much better for your hair than the cheaply made drugstore models which have your hair against bare metal to curl the strands.

It is tempting to try and curl all of your hair to get this look and then hope you can mess it up enough to make it look natural. This is not the best way to get these carefree curls though. Use your curling iron to curl only random pieces of hair about two inches up from the bottom of the hair and stopping about eye level. These randomly created curls on only part of your head will give not only body but also the messy casual appearance that so many women want to achieve. This is one easy to get hairstyle that you will love to use your curling iron to create not only for work but also for a great night out.

Bobs with Texture

August 18, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

It looks like this fall celebrities in Hollywood are getting bob haircuts that touch the nape of their neck and then are applying great texture to them. These slightly longer bobs are perfect for adding soft waves in with a hair curling irons. Hold your curling iron vertically and wrap small sections around them to curl for about five seconds. Once you get the curl in shake your head out and your long bob will have great texture and style just like you have a expensive hair dresser to give you the hottest looks.

Updos For Formal Occasions

August 12, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

The most popular hair style choice of women for weddings and proms it the updo, which is lots of curls piled on top of the head. The term updo is a kind of generic term that describes a hairdo in which all the hair is piled on top the head. Some have the person wrapping ponytails on top and twining them to create the updo. While others have the wearer creating lots of luxurious curls with hair curling irons and then piling them on top of the head with some strands dangling off the head. These are gorgeous hairdos, which are perfect for an elegant situation.

Using Quliaty Hair Styling Tools

August 1, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

A good hair styling tool will not only leave your hair looking just as you want it to, but it will also be easy to use and not cause damage to your hair. Professional hair styling tools are designed to be used day in and day out by stylist and are much more comfortable on the hands and arms to use for prolonged periods of time. For the home user this means that the hair curling irons and hair dryers are easier to handle and will tire your arm out since they are made of lighter weight materials and easier to manage power cords. And any time a tool is easy to use the results from it are much more effective than if they are not.

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