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Professional Paul Mitchell Irons

April 7, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

If you are looking for a hair straightening iron that is getting rave reviews from everyone who uses it than consider purchasing one of the Paul Mitchell Irons. These irons are getting five star ratings from professional hair stylists as well as just average women who are buying them based on a salon experience. The overwhelming response to these hair irons is their ease of use combined with outstanding results with exceptionally smooth hair.

These straighteners are made with solid ceramic heaters for quick heat as well as perfectly even distribution of that heat throughout the entire iron. With a temperature capability of up to 400 degrees and a variable control for you to dial in just the right amount for your particular hair you are guaranteed a perfect straightening job every time. The secret behind that silky smooth finish is negative ion neutralizing the charge in your hair. This gets rid of that static electricity that makes your hair frizz and flyaway out of control. The beveled edges on the plates are perfect for ensuring you get a smooth finish and are also great if you want to try and create some wavy style in your hair to make you Paul Mitchell iron an even more versatile tool in your styling tools.

Changing Your Hairstyle With A Ceramic Flat Iron

April 1, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

It does not take long for many women to grow tired of their current hairstyle and want to get a new look. Of course cutting their hair may not always be an option since they are trying to grow it out for a special occasion or just do not want shorter hair. Dying and perms are other options to get new looks but these harsh chemicals are hard on the hair and scalp and do not always come out looking like you want them to.

One way to get a new look without cutting or using chemicals is to use a hair straightening iron to give yourself the runway smooth locks that many models have. Ceramic flat irons can remove curl and frizz to give you a completely different appearance and daily look. Yet they are not hard on the hair and can be used one day for the look and not used another to keep things mixed up. To add even more looks to your repertoire with this simple hair styling tool you can also use it to add waves and even place curl in all or part of the hair. All of this, to change your hairstyle in a way that can bring new life to your look, but can be changed again at any time when you want.

Using A Hair Straightener For More Volume In Your Hair

March 31, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

When most women purchase their hair straightening iron they do so with the intentions of using the hair styling tool to remove the curl and frizz from their hair. Of course these professional styling tools are designed to do just that and they get the job done perfectly. But a straightener can also be used to put volume and even curl into a hair as well when used just right.

To add volume with a hair straightener it is simply a matter of which direct you will hold your hair and run the iron to encourage volume. When you want more body and no curl in your hair after washing and completely drying your hair divide your locks into many small sections that can easily fit into the plates of the hair straightener. Then on each section you will start as close to the scalp as possible and run the hair iron over your hair slowly while pulling the section you are working on directly upwards.

Once you have done each section this way flip your hair forwards and apply some hair spray to the roots to hold the volume you just put in place. Once you get used to using a hair straightener for more than just smoothing out hair you will begin to use it almost exclusively for all of your styling needs.

Avoiding Crimp Marks When Using A Hair Straightening Iron

January 28, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Sometimes hair straightening irons leave a bad impression with some women who feel that these hair styling tools are not all they are hyped to be. Really for most of these women the issue is not with the hair straightener but with how they are using it. Though these tools are really simple to use it is still easy to make some common mistakes and feel that the iron it to blame for the problem.

One complaint many women have is they end up with many horizontal crimp marks on their hair from the flat iron. The common problem here is the user knows they are supposed to slowly glide the iron down the length of their hair, but they end up actually going too slow. Moving too slowly results in the iron being in one spot too long creating these crimped marks that would not have been there had you moved the iron down the hair quick enough. Of course if the hair is not straightening that means that you are moving too quickly. It should be a nice slow glide that does not stay in one place for any period of time for best results.

Getting Straight Hair That Has Volume With A Hair Iron

January 22, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

When many women use a hair iron to get those sleek straight hairstyles that are so popular right now they are unhappy with the results they are getting and are not sure why. One big problem many women have is the hair is straight but has no volume at all. This leaves their hair lifeless looking and does not achieve the look that they want so badly.

Getting more volume into your hair when using a hair straightening iron is actually as simple as holding the styling tool slightly different from how you are holding it now. Those who are getting the flat hair are holding the hair iron and the hair that is inside it at a downward angle when they are starting near the root. This is not correct and encourages the hair to be flat at the roots where volume is the most important.
The hair should be pulled straight out from the head and the iron placed on it at the root to encourage the locks to stand out some from the head. How you take the hair iron from here will determine if there is a slight wave or the hair just comes down. These are techniques that should be practiced to get the best results as the more you straightener your hair the better you will get.

The Corioliss SXE Hair Straightener

January 13, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Nothing is hotter than straight hair right now and the no other hair straightening iron is hotter than the Corioliss SXE. Whether you have long hair to your waist or a cute bob cute a hair iron can really help you get the same look that is on the fashion models walking the runways and the Hollywood stars on the red carpet. From the internal workings to the external case this hair iron is well thought out and designed for superior straightening performance.

This ceramic hair straightener is ergonomically designed so that it is easy to use. Hair irons that are bulky or hard to hold will result in a less than perfect look. Since the Corioliss SXE hair straightener is so easy to handle you can worry more about your hair flattening technique to get the best look possible.

While the inside components include nano silver technology housed in high quality ceramic plates for an iron that will do an exceptional job of removing the frizz and curl from your hair. The science that has gone into this hair iron is to make sure you get the look you want without causing any unnecessary damage to your hair in the process.

Avoiding Short Cuts When Using Your Hair Irons

January 11, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Some women take several short cuts during their busy day in order to get everything done they have to do. For some this includes skipping things in their morning routine to get ready that may actually damage their hair. Many do not realize that the damage to their hair from improper use of hair styling tools will actually keep them from looking their best.

Not all women wash their hair daily, and this is a good thing as washing too often will dry out your hair and can create a build up of shampoo that will remove the shine. Of course they do not hesitate using their hair iron every morning whether they have washed their hair or not. This can actually damage your hair as well since the heat from the hair straightening iron can sear that dirt and grease right into your locks.

Just as bad though is washing your hair and then using your hair iron to straighten out those locks before they are completely dry. The steam created from the water along with the heat can actually singe your hair and cause damage as well.

If you plan on straightening your hair one morning it is wise to wash your hair the night before and then use your ceramicĀ flat iron in the morning to get those curls out.

Hair Straighteners – 10 Quick Tips for Straightening Hair

November 24, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Here the top 10 hair straightening tips to make sure you get the best results from your flat iron, every time!

1. Always make sure your flat iron plates are clean! Use a soft damp cloth on a cool iron to wipe away any residue.

2. Allow your flat iron to fully heat up to the set temperature before styling.

3. Blow dry hair straight before straightening hair and make sure hair is completely dry before hair straightening to avoid burning hair.

4. Use a heat protectant styling aid to keep hair healthy when using heated styling tools.

5. Section hair into layers so you can start with the back bottom layers of your hair and work your way up and around the head.

6. Straighten 1 inch sections of hair at a time.

7. Glide the iron SLOWLY down the section of hair for best results and to avoid having to go over the section of hair more than once.

8. If your hair is super curly, follow a comb with your flat iron down the section of hair during straightening to help smooth the hair.

9. Do not clamp the flat iron plates too tightly but do make sure you have a good grip on the hair as the pressure of the plates combined with the heat of the iron is what straightens the hair.

10. Make sure you are using a professional hair straightening iron! Checkout Choosing the Right Hair Straightener for You.

Getting Out Of That Hairstyle Slump

November 11, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Many women fall into a slump when it comes to styling their hair and continue to either curl it the same or straighten it the same each and every day and do not realize just how board they are with the look. But your hair does not have to be just curly or just straight you can do a style that is a mix between the two and you will only have to use your hair straightening iron to do it. Hair straighteners can be used to not only straighten hair but to give it volume and waves as well. By mixing up the motion you use your flat iron on your hair you can get new looks that will make you excited to get ready to go out again.

Choosing Between Chemical And Flat Iron Straighteners

November 7, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

If you have not been to the salon lately to get your hair straightened with chemical straighteners than you may be in for some sticker shock when you do decide to go. This is one very expensive hairstyle to get and one that could be done at home for a very small fraction of the cost. Of course the chemical straightening is permanent and will not come out of your hair until it grows out so you will not need to style it daily. The chemicals can be harsh though and you will not be able to do certain things to your hair such as color it without causing lots of harmful damage.

A hair straightening iron will only cost just about or over $100 and you can use it daily to straighten your hair with ease or not use it to have a different look for the day. Though this style will come out of your hair and need to be done again daily you will still be able to do whatever you want with your hair without fear of chemical overload causing too much damage. For many women it is a personal choice on whether to go with the chemical straight hair or the flat iron straight but with such a large price tag it can be easy to decide.

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