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Avoiding Damage To Your Hair From Too Much Styling

April 16, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

It is common to hear how daily styling can cause damage to your hair that will keep it from looking its best. Of course curling irons and flat irons are notorious for being especially harsh to your hair when used often. But you can use these hair styling tools on your hair without any fear at all if you take a few precautions to take care of your hair and protect it from the heat of these tools.

Try to avoid using your hair iron or curling iron every day, many women wash their hair daily, which strips it of moisture, and then styles everyday. Most women would be fine with washing their hair every other day and using their professional hair iron only when they need to remove the body for that straight hairstyle.
It is also very important to keep your hair well moisturized to protect it from the heat. Also use professional hair tools that are designed to lock in your natural moisture instead of stripping it out of your hair. A variable temperate setting is also extremely useful so that you can make sure you are using only enough heat to style and not so much you are damaging your hair.

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.

InfraShine Irons

April 3, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Just when women had gotten used to all the terms, materials, and techniques that hair styling tool makers had thrown at all of us; along comes another line of professional hair tools using a new idea to get the gorgeous looks that all of us want to have so badly. Infrashine irons uses their patented FAR-infrared-ray radiant heating technology to create the hottest hair styles for women and in tools that are designed for use in the most demanding styling salons out there.

The FAR technology is designed to lock in negative ions while infusing moisture into the hair so that no matter how much styling is done your locks will always look radiant and healthy. This is accomplished with ceramic materials as well as multi-layered heating elements for the best performance possible. These professional grade hair irons require less wattage and electrical current to operate making them fully capable of being the hair straightening workhorse in a salon by putting in potentially 5,000 hours of use. For the salon owner this means a hair iron you can count on while for the personal user this means a salon quality tool that you will be able to use for years with no problems at all.

Watching Videos For The Best Flat Iron Tips

March 30, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

If you want to start using a flat iron to get those gorgeous straight locks that so many women are featuring in their hairstyle now it can seem daunting at first on just how you want to go about doing that. Of course some women make an appointment with a stylist and have them do their hair the first time and they pay close attention to how the professional uses the flat iron to get their hair looking its best. Of course this can be a little tough to do since you really cannot get a good view of the top of your own head to see exactly what is going on.

Of course you can also read on how to do this on the internet but even this is tough for some women since it just sounds so easy until you actually grab a flat iron and try to perform the steps. Luckily the boom in videos on the internet now means there is a wealth of flat iron tips in easily viewable video formats. These snippets of women flattening their hair with a flat iron makes seeing just how to use one of these professional hair tools a whole lot easier and some women have some really good tips to share that may come in handy for you.

Joining A Group Of Flat Iron Users On the Web

March 27, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

We all see this great looking women on runways and on TV with beautiful straight hair and yet it seems to me that so many of use normal women just cannot get this look no matter how hard we seem to try. For many their hair just seems to have a mind of their own and it just seems to want to be frizzy and out of control. Yet there are stories all the time about how a professional hair straightener can get rid of that frizz and curl to give you that long sleek gorgeous hair that you want. But then there are the stories that hair straightening irons do not work well and that the celebs we see just have great looking hair because they have stylists to take care of them.

Well regular women can get gorgeous straight hair by using a professional hair straightener and there are even groups out there willing to talk about which irons they use and how they get those great results. There are many flat iron users on facebook that share all kinds of information and even before and after photos of themselves to help other women who want to get this really hot look.

Does Repeated Styling Tool Use Damage Your Hair?

March 26, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Women always hear conflicting reports on just how much damage can be done to their hair with the hair tools they use to get the latest styles. In some cases it sounds like your hair will fall out if you use a hair iron daily while in others they make it seem you are actually helping your hair by using one of these professional hair tools. It can be confusing and make it hard to understand what is best for your hair.

The truth is that actually both are true and the one variable that controls the outcome is the user of the styling tool. Of course poorly made hair irons that have exposed metal are never good for your hair but with well made quality tools such as Chi flat irons you can actually help your hair and not do any damage. The results you will get with these professional hair irons will be up to the user. If the user uses the hair iron on wet hair or too high a temperature setting of course damage will occur to the hair. But with proper use irons that utilize ionic technology and other advanced materials can actually help your hair look its best and be healthier.

Avoiding Too Much Heat To Your Hair In Winter

January 23, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Winter can be very tough on your hair since the outside air gets much dryer with the colder temperatures. This will rob your hair of its own personal natural oils, which help it look sleek and shiny therefore leaving it dried out and dull appearing. Using hair styling tools that do not have variable temperature settings can only add to the drying out of your hair that the winter weather is already causing.

Inexpensive hair tools do not have a way to control the temperature on you curling iron or hair straightening tool and this causes you to use more heat than necessary to get the job done especially if you have thin or fine hair. Most professional hair styling tools include a variable temperature setting that is easy to operate so you can dial in just the right amount for the job but not so much that you dry out your winter wary hair in the styling process. When combined with a excellent hair conditioner along with proper hair care such as never going outside with wet hair and despite the dryer than normal conditions you will still look your best right up until spring and beyond.

Corioliss Hair Styling Tools

January 20, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

For quite some time now the hair styling industry has been a little stuck in a rut. True the leading companies were advancing their products to be even better year by year, but there was still something missing. Finally Corioliss came along and shook up the industry with their new approach to styling tools and making women look their best. Corioliss wants stylists to think outside of the box and stop blindly following the trends and styles that we see on the runway. These looks are good but every woman has the right to be gorgeous with a look all her own and not just a reproduction of the hot looks for models.

Corioliss has a large line of ceramic hair irons that are designed for stylists who want to think out of the box and make a name for themselves making everyday women look absolutely incredible. These tools are made with the best materials so they will not only be easy to work with but will also be gentle to the hair of those who use them. Plus they are real professional hair styling tools so you can count on them to work perfectly for many, many uses not just once in awhile.

Tips For Cutting Your Own Hair

January 19, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

We all watch our hair dresser cut our hair and some women are not willing to try doing this on their own while others feel it looks simple enough they should save some money and cut their own hair. Of course this is something you really need to think about before you do decide that you want to cut your own hair at home.

To start you will need a quality pair of professional hair scissors. Using cheap scissors that are not sharp will result in a cut on your hair that is not smooth and will be more of a tear. This will lead to split ends as well as a haircut that you will not be proud of.

The next thing you need to remember is that less is more and taking off too much hair may end up being something you regret. Start slowly and cut only where you feel it is necessary since it is easier to take off more later where you cannot put hair back on once you have cut it off. The style of cut you are going for will also be important the modern messy looks are better to attempt on your first tries on cutting your own hair these are more forgiving when you make mistakes so that everyone will not notice.

End Those Split End Nightmares

January 17, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

For women who have very long hair or those trying to grow out their locks split ends is a nightmare they hope will not come true. The only way to get rid of those split ends and have a healthy vibrant looking head of hair is to get them cut off. So avoiding split ends means being able to avoid hair cuts you do not really want to have.

One of the biggest causes for split ends in hair is excess heat and the damage that can come from your hair losing its own natural moisture. For women this means that you need to choose your hair styling tools carefully and use them as they are made to be used in order to ward off the potential for split ends occurring in your hair.

Choosing hair tools wisely means using professional hair tools that are designed with the latest technology to be gentle on your hair while they do their job. These hair tools use science to keep your hair naturally moist by finding other ways than pure heat to dry and style your hair. With ionic technology and high tech materials you can get the best for your hair and avoid split ends in the process.

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